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		                                    Welcome to Congregation Beth Israel		                                </span>

We like to say that Beth Israel feels like family. And we mean it. Here you’ll find an egalitarian, caring Jewish community that both cherishes tradition and is open to needs of a changing world — a supportive, sacred space where all are welcome, heard, and valued. Please take a look around to learn more . . .

Upcoming Events

SaturdaySat, 24 FebFebruary, 2024

 
 
Shabbat Morning Services

Shabbat, Feb 24th 9:30a to 12:15pOur Shabbat Services are multi-access, in person and on Zoom. Services are followed by Kiddush Lunch. Feed your soul and then your body, while enjoying our warm and welcoming community.

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SundaySun, 25 FebFebruary, 2024

 
 
Dr. Deborah Starr (Born at BI 2024)

Sunday, Feb 25th 9:30a to 11:30aJoin us for breakfast and a talk by Dr. Deborah Starr, Professor and Chair, Department of Near Eastern Studies at Cornell University. Dr. Starr grew up at BI and attended BI Hebrew School. She will speak on the topic of Jewish involvement in Egyptian Cinema: “Egyptian Jews and the Creation of Hollywood on the Nile.” Breakfast is provided by BI Brotherhood. 

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MondayMon, 26 FebFebruary, 2024

 
 
Mah Jongg Mondays

Monday, Feb 26th 7:30p to 9:15pFor those who have not attended before, we enter at the back door, which is locked and monitored from 7:15-7:35. Light nosh are provided. A suggested donation of $5 per person is requested. This is casual group play and we request that you allow anyone who wants to play at your table join you unless you have arranged a group of 4.

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WednesdayWed, 28 FebFebruary, 2024

 
 
Curious Tales of the Talmud

Wednesday, Feb 28th 7:30p to 9:30pContaining nearly two million words in 37 volumes, the Talmud covers topics as diverse as law, faith, medicine, magic, ethics, sex, humor and prayer. Come join us while we learn some of these stories and texts. No Hebrew or knowledge of Talmud is necessary. Curiosity and a willingness to challenge and be challenged is helpful. Offered at two different times: (Each class is a stand-alone. Join when you are able. In person only.)

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SaturdaySat, 2 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Shabbat Morning Services

Shabbat, Mar 2nd 9:30a to 12:15pOur Shabbat Services are multi-access, in person and on Zoom. Services are followed by Kiddush Lunch. Feed your soul and then your body, while enjoying our warm and welcoming community.

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SaturdaySat, 2 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Rimon K-6 Drop-In Program

Shabbat, Mar 2nd 10:45a to 12:00pDrop-in program for youth in grades K-6. Tefillah, Parsha, songs, games, and activities!

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MondayMon, 4 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Mah Jongg Mondays

Monday, Mar 4th 7:30p to 9:15pFor those who have not attended before, we enter at the back door, which is locked and monitored from 7:15-7:35. Light nosh are provided. A suggested donation of $5 per person is requested. This is casual group play and we request that you allow anyone who wants to play at your table join you unless you have arranged a group of 4.

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WednesdayWed, 6 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Curious Tales of the Talmud

Wednesday, Mar 6th 7:30p to 9:30pContaining nearly two million words in 37 volumes, the Talmud covers topics as diverse as law, faith, medicine, magic, ethics, sex, humor and prayer. Come join us while we learn some of these stories and texts. No Hebrew or knowledge of Talmud is necessary. Curiosity and a willingness to challenge and be challenged is helpful. Offered at two different times: (Each class is a stand-alone. Join when you are able. In person only.)

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FridayFri, 8 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Torah Goodness It's Friday (TGIF)

Friday, Mar 8th 10:00a to 11:00aStudy the weekly parasha with Rabbi Fellman. Each week she selects a section of the parasha to study and discuss. Drop ins are welcome!

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USCJ Seek meaning together    Jewish Federation of Central Massachusetts      

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