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At Beth-El Congregation, we strive to meet the spiritual, educational, social, and religious needs of our members through the teachings and practice of Reform Judaism. Our community supports the life events of our congregants and demonstrates diverse ways of caring and sharing. We invite you to come to our Temple and join us for worship, study, tikkun olam (repair of the world) and friendship.
Shabbat Service is on Friday, July 1st, at 7:30 pm.
Shabbat Service with our new senior Rabbi Brian Zimerman on the bimah!
Faye Slater and Trudie Oshman are graciously coordinating tomorrow eve's Oneg Shabbat.
The Beth-El Choir will sing.
The search has been successful! Please click here to meet Rabbi Brian Zimmerman.
Upcoming "Meet and Greet the new Rabbi" opportunities are newly scheduled for:
Wednesday, July 13th from 5:30-7 pm at
Marc and Stacie Goldman's home
3711 Mockingbird Lane-Ft Worth 76109
Sunday, July 17th from 3-5 pm at
Marty and Marilyn Englander's home
1300 Washington Terrace-Ft Worth 76107 and on
Wednesday, August 10th from 7-9 pm at
Mike and Pam Kalpin's home
1801 Yarmouth Lane-Mansfield 76063
Please join us on Wednesday, July 20, at 12:00 pm at the Temple
Daytimers presents its Neil Diamond's Hot August Night from Madison Sqaure Garden in New York
Free program. Lunch is $5 per person
Neil Diamond’s Hot August Night from Madison Square Garden in New York features more than 25 of Neil’s classic tracks, audience crowd-pleasers, and personal favorites. Lunch will be catered by Rich Hollander, who will be offering chicken tortilla soup and beef empanadas.
You are welcome to come without a reservation; however, you will not be able to purchase lunch at the door. We really need to know how many will be attending so we can be sure to set up adequate seating.
For reservations only, call Larry Steckler (817-927-2736). The Sylvia Wolens Daytimers is a program of Beth-El Congregation, with support from the Jewish Federation.To register please click here
On July 15th we will have a speaker from the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).
This group of volunteers advocates for children in the Tarrant County court system who are involved in CPS or foster care. Forty-seven children enter the foster care system each day, and CASA volunteers are there to help speak for the children in court. CASA volunteers served a little over half the 47,348 children in foster care last year, which is somewhat of a miracle considering they have about 8,500 volunteers.
Lian Horneblas, who is a Beth-El member, will speak.
The Archives Committee has placed an amazing exhibit in the Hall of Remembrance, which will run until July 12, 2016. Click here for more information.
Streaming is available on a periodic basis; check this site for announcements.Click Here for our Rabbis' Sermons