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Mincha/Ma'ariv will be at Beth El and via Live Stream:
Hakafot will be outside in the Sukkah and not available on Live Stream.

Simchat Torah Morning Service - Wednesday, September 29 at 10:00 am
Join us for this fun service as we reach the end of the Torah and begin again. We will also honor our Hatan Torah and Kallah Bereshit. This service will be in person and via Live Stream:

This year for Simchat Torah, Beth El recognizes congregants who are currently working or have worked in the healthcare field during this time of Covid-19.

Joanna Hochfelder has been named Kallah Bereshit. Joanna has been a steadfast supporter of Beth El services, programming and volunteering for many years.  She enhances Beth El, meanwhile being a full time Clinical Counselor to her clients.  We are honored to recognize Joanna for her dedication to Beth El and for her work in health care.   


Sandy Passer has been chosen to be the Hatan Torah. Sandy is a very active participant in Beth El services and programming, both in-person and virtually.  She can be counted on to lend her hand to Beth El at a moment’s notice.  Sandy worked in the healthcare profession for many years as a registered nurse. Beth El is privileged to honor Sandy for her support of Beth El and her years of service in the health care arena.



Fri, September 17 2021 11 Tishrei 5782