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Good Deeds Day: Fill the JFS Pantry

04/21/2021 12:05:57 PM

Apr21

As part of Good Deeds Day, Beth Shalom encourages you to consider helping to fill the JFS Pantry. Here are ways you can help!

Purchase items from the JFS Amazon Wish List (delivered directly to our office), found by clicking here.  Bring food to Beth Shalom's Yoga event on Saturday, April 24 at 6:00 p.m. or drop by Beth Shalom at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 25. Bring any of the following items to...Read more...

Adult B'nei Mitzvah: A Unique & Spiritual Experience

03/03/2021 03:55:05 PM

Mar3

Did you miss out on celebrating becoming Bar/Bat mitzvah as a child? Perhaps that didn’t happen because you were a girl; perhaps it was because you did not grow up Jewish or because this wasn’t a priority back then. This spring, we can recover together the meaning of that moment, your personal close connection to the Torah, and strengthen your skills and comfort in Jewish rituals and services.

Our Adult B'nei Mitzvah class is...Read more...

Morocco Private Series Tour for Beth Shalom

03/03/2021 03:31:27 PM

Mar3

In collaboration with Rabbi Ariel Edery and MEJDI local expert guides in Morocco, we have developed an interactive and comprehensive virtual series where you will be able to explore the country's diverse landscape, unique culture, and extraordinary cuisine for a multi-sensory experience. This three-part series is for those who signed up for the trip and for everyone who would like to discover the culture, the people, and the delicious...Read more...

Name That Cookbook...And More!

01/19/2021 02:01:35 PM

Jan19

The Cookbook Committee invites you to submit a name and/or cover for the new Beth Shalom cookbook! The book will be 6X9 with a spiral binder. Use your imagination to submit the winning design—and win a cookbook! Entries are due to Mary Perlmutter by March 15.

We want your favorite recipes!
The cookbook will be published in time for Rosh HaShana. It will include: starters, soups and salads, main dishes, side dishes, breads, eggs,...Read more...

Socially-Distant Social Event!

10/27/2020 02:27:33 PM

Oct27

Want a chance to get out, see some of your Beth Shalom family, and enjoy a meal before the weather turns cold? Join us in the Beth Shalom backyard on Saturday, November 7, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. for SDSE!

Here are a few things to know:

We are limited to 25 families. Masks are required. Each family will have a marked off, 10x10 square to gather in. Please bring your own chairs and table or blanket. The building will be open for...Read more...

Prayer Walk for Social and Racial Justice

06/10/2020 11:55:26 AM

Jun10

Melissa Rosenstock, Ross Tabachow

Beth Shalom members at prayer walk for social justice   On Saturday, June 6, Beth Shalom members joined a Prayer Walk for Social and Racial Justice alongside our partners in One Wake and in solidarity with the Raleigh Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, which organized the event....Read more...

Shabbat Night Live with Joel Chasnoff!

05/20/2020 03:01:42 PM

May20

Let’s Celebrate the new week together with great Jewish Comedy! 

Join us! Saturday, May 30, 8:00 p.m.
Havdallah with
The Comedy of Joel Chasnoff  - LIVE

Register by clicking here.       

Be part of this Quadruple Mitzvah:

  • Join in community.
  • Celebrate a Shabbat tradition.
  • Bring joy to yourself and all.
  • Help those in need. Support those providing essential help: All suggested $10 donations will support our Raleigh-Cary JFS,             providing essential food, financial, and counseling assistance.

Joel Chasnoff Beth Shalom comedy night 

Joel Chasnoff is America's Premiere Jewish Comedian.

A Chicago native, Joel has performed on stage and screen in nine countries, including two off-Broadway shows, a USO comedy tour of Japan and Korea, more than 1,000 Jewish events in North America and Europe, and Israeli late-night TV. He’s a former IDF combat soldier and author of the comedic memoir The 188th Crybaby Brigade, about his service in the Israeli Army.

See more http://joelchasnoff.com/

Watch Joel riff on Jewish Parenting:

 


“Joel Chasnoff was amazing at the United Synagogue Centennial. He literally had 1,200 people praying...that his act wouldn’t end.”
--
Rabbi Charles Savenor, Park Avenue Synagogue, New York

Thank you, Ellen!

05/20/2020 01:21:33 PM

May20

Introducing our next Volunteer of the Quarter...Ellen Moricone! Congratulations to Ellen for her dedication and time she has given to our Schul. Thank you from all of your Beth Shalom family! In her own words, these are some things Ellen has been working on and why she chose to get involved:

Volunteering at Beth Shalom enables me to really get to know other members, form new friendships and help out with certain tasks....Read more...

Honor Circles of Giving

04/14/2020 03:55:48 PM

Apr14

Greg Bennett

We hope that each member's affiliation with Beth Shalom brings fulfillment, joy and lasting friendships through prayer, community, study and social action. To successfully perform our mission, each of us must contribute financial support at an appropriate level. The vast majority of our congregants contribute at the Minimum Annual Commitment level established by the Board. It is through member generosity that Beth Shalom will continue to...Read more...

COVID-19 Response Update for March 13: Purim Spiel, School Canceled & More

03/14/2020 08:23:36 PM

Mar14

Health & Wellness Team

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop and unfold, seemingly on an hourly basis, we will continue to do our best to update and provide you with good and clear information. Our Health and Wellness Team met with representatives of temple leadership, Safety, Religious School and Facilities representatives to review developments and guidance from the CDC, public health officials, NC and local authorities. 

Based on...Read more...

Website Update #1

02/26/2020 01:42:20 PM

Feb26

Larry Ginsburg, VP of Admin

As I mentioned in my previous email, we are working on transitioning to our new website, which we hope to have fully-operational by the end of March. You have probably seen some of the changes when you have opened the Learning section of the old/current website and while visiting this post. 

We have requested all our VPs and Committees to update their content by the end of this week. The website and our new financial...Read more...

One Wake has Launched/Three big priorities identified

02/24/2020 12:58:56 PM

Feb24

Ross Tabachow, Greg Bennett, Melissa Rosenstock, Hal Zenick, and Rabbi Edery

 

There has been exciting progress with Beth Shalom’s partnership in “ONE Wake” (formerly called Wake Sponsors). ONE Wake is a grassroots organization working to improve Wake County while forming bonds between congregations across faiths. About 40 institutions have joined so far, and 3,000 residents have been involved in identifying, crafting, and beginning work on specific issues of concern to...Read more...

Beth Shalom Town Hall: Sunday, February 23

02/17/2020 02:59:01 PM

Feb17

Please join Beth Shalom’s leadership and staff for a Town Hall meeting, where we provide updates on some important issues facing our congregation. The primary agenda will be devoted to short presentations about membership, our current financial state, and...Read more...

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