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E-vents: Celebrate Rabbi Schuck's Installation - Sunday, September 18!

09/06/2016 03:27:26 PM


Celebrate Rabbi Schuck's Installation 

Sunday, September 18, 9:30am

Celebrate Rabbi Schuck by partaking in some causes near and dear to his heart; community, learning, and social justice. Come for part or all of the day! Join us for this special occasion to celebrate Rabbi Schuck! The Installation will take place during lunch - we hope you can join us for part or all of the day! 
No charge. Let us know you are coming and register at

September 6, 2016

Sing Out Shabbat

Firday, September 9, 6:30pm


Dinner registration closes today!

Join us for a Ruach filled service at 6:30pm. Followed by a yummy dinner. For information, contact Hazzan Jamie Gloth at, or 914-235-2700, ext. 252.


Contemplative Service

Saturday, September 10, 10:00am - 11:15am

How can we pay better attention to living our lives with intention? You are invited to make time for yourself at our Contemplative Service, which is designed to slow the pace of our lives down in order to listen to what emerges from the silence. In this service, we will set aside time for mindfulness meditation, contemplative study, singing, and prayer. We will focus our attention on opening our hearts and minds. Everyone is welcome; dress as you would like. Just be sure to bring an open mind. Please arrive a few minutes early to minimize interruptions. 

Shabbat in the Park

Saturday, September 10, 10:45am - 12:00pm

FOR ALL AGES! Families will meet at Beth El for outdoor services followed by games and a Picnic Kiddush. Meet in the Wiener Lounge and please bring a picnic blanket. For more information please contact Josh Dorsch at 


Bowling with Mishpacha

Sunday, September 11, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Join us for a fun afternoon of Bowling for 1st graders - 6th graders and their siblings! Price: $12/person which includes a $5 arcade card. Snacks provided. Coordinated by the Families Initiative Committee with support from the Hannah and Joshua Fund. 

Register at

Growing up Jewish in Iran a Musical Journey with Hazzan Farid Dardashti 

Sunday, September 11, 4:00pm
How a Persian Teen TV Idol Became an Ashkenazi Hazzan In the U.S. Prepare to travel back to an Iran of earlier times, as Hazzan Dardashti bridges East and West, taking us on a magic carpet ride of delightful warm reminiscences and Persian-style singing. 

Free and open to the public.


Register at

Bake Apple Cakes for BJCC

Tuesday, September 20, 7:00pm Join sisterhood to bake apple cakes for Bronx homebound seniors, at the Beth El dairy kitchen. No fee. Donations to help cover the cost of ingredients are appreciated. Register at Everyone is welcome.

World Baseball Classic

Thursday, September 22, 7:00pm

Join us on our trip to MCU Park to watch the Israeli baseball team compete against the team from Great Britain.

Price: $18/person

For more information and to purchase tickets contact: 

Rob Weber at

Selichot Program and Service

Saturday, September 24, 8:00pm

Join us for a communal Selichot experience centered around forgiveness and illuminating themes of the High Holy Days. 


Click here to watch an inspiring video. 


We will reflect on the ways in which we have fallen short and our commitment to make better choices in the coming year. We will have writing exercises to assist us in this process, all of which will be facilitated by a wonderful educational theater troupe called Theatre Dybbuk. After this exercise of self-examination, we will have time for some food, music, and schmoozing. We will then watch actors perform our very own words from the self-reflection exercises in a dramatic rendering of the soul-searching that we have done. The evening will conclude with the actual Selichot service, which has been reorganized to better meet our spiritual needs. 


Visit to register.

Beth El Synagogue Center  

1324 North Avenue

New Rochelle, NY 10804

Phone: 914-235-2700





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