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Read about the Bet Chaverim Religious School in the Baltimore Jewish Times.  Click here!

 

As we slowly leave the Pandemic, Bet Chaverim is holding services and events in our new Building! Read about our new building here!

 

8930 Old Annapolis Road, Suite C

Columbia, Maryland 21045

 

For additional information on Bet Chaverim's upcoming activities or to inquire about Membership, please contact Jennifer Rogofsky at jenrogo86@yahoo.com or 443-253-1597

 

♦ 1st Bet Chaverim Sukkot Open House on September 26th from 1- 3

Join us at our new building in our OWN Sukkot!  Spend time with your Bet Chaverim friends fulfilling the mitzvahs of sitting in the Sukkot and shaking the etrog and lulav.  There will be light refreshments and activities for the children.  Help us start a new tradition!!  All are welcome!!

♦ Simchat Torah Celebration on September 28th starting at 6:30

We conclude the Holiday session with the joyous holiday for Simchat Torah.  The program will start at 6:30pm Yizkor Service.   The Simchat Torah Evening Service will start at 7 pm followed by Outdoor Torah Celebration permitting. Dance with the Torah, a flag or both.  If you cannot join us in person, you can use the Zoom link below.

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83224377803?pwd=K0YzV3pEUFl5YlNmK3B2VHE3MUJQdz09

  ♦ Evening Minyan on Wednesday September 29th and October 5th at 7:30 PM

Joining together for prayer is one of the ways that we connect with one another. We will hold an evening minyan once a week, connecting through communal prayer. The Mourners' Kaddish will be included in this service.  Minyan will continue to be held virtually.  NOTE – if anyone needs a minyan on a non-Wednesday, please notify Karyn at bobbie1220@verizon.net to make arrangements.

Please use this link to access the liturgy for the evening service:  https://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/sites/default/files/2020-03/weekday%20maariv%20SIDDUR%20SIM%20SHALOM.pdf

Join by Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88233182221?pwd=Tmt0SXJuWjgwV3NDS1B6eElYMHdxdz09

♦ Friday Shabbat Services on October 1stth and 8th at 7:30 PM

Start Shabbat in person or “virtually” surrounded by our Bet Chaverim family.   Rabbi Blumenthal will lead us in services.  On October 1st, we are celebrating the aufruf of Ben Richard and Rachel Levitt, daughter of Eileen and Jeff Levitt.  This will be the first aufruf in our new home!

Please use this link to access the liturgy for the evening service: 

https://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/sites/default/files/2020-03/weekday%20maariv%20SIDDUR%20SIM%20SHALOM.pdf 

 October 1st -Join on by Zoom

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85159209984?pwd=QU5Bend6aEgrQnlTV3lVQXpjTUZLdz09

October 8th -Join on by Zoom

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82764985525?pwd=VFBaSkp0U3I3Sk1lSm5oM20xeU9FZz09

♦ Saturday Morning Shabbat Services on October 2nd on 9:30 AM

Celebrate Shabbat in person or “virtually” surrounded by our Bet Chaverim family.  Rabbi Blumenthal will lead us in services celebrating Shabbat.  Services include Torah readings. 

Please use this link to access the liturgy for the service:  

https://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/sites/default/files/2020-04/Shabbat%20morning%20inc%20Rosh%20Hodesh%20Musaf%20and%20Hallel%20SIDDUR%20LEV%20SHALEM.pdf 

 Join on Zoon

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84452271697?pwd=ZGJpSjlxNHlOdnRmSEgzNmQ1S1Z0QT09

♦ Rosh Chodesh Group on October 5th on 7:30 PM

 

Rosh Chodesh is back and better than ever!! According to tradition, being exempt from work each Rosh Chodesh was a reward given to the women of Israel because they refused to surrender their jewelry for the creation of the Golden Calf.  Today Rosh Chodesh groups meet to learn, to explore spirituality, and to deepen relationships between members. We envision a broad list of topics and activities (the specific agenda will be determined by group members), for example:

 

- learning about Jewish communities in countries such as in Nigeria, where six Igbo synagogues were burned last year, or Kaifeng China, where there has been a Jewish community since the 10th century

- participating in a craft or activity related to a holiday

- discussing topics of special interest to women such as the role of Jewish women in promoting women's reproductive rights.

 

Please join us at Bet Chaverim on Tuesday, October 5th at 7:30. We will follow current Covid restrictions.  Call/text Lynn (443-310-7357) or Ivy (443-621-9573) if you have any questions or would like further information.

 

♦ Astronomy/Havadalah on October 9th on 7:30 PM

Celebrate Havdalah at the Howard Astronomical League’s (HAL) observatory at Alpha Ridge Park.  Joel Goodman, HCC Astronomy Educator and Robinson Nature Center Planetarium Programmer, will lead a discussion of the astronomy using the HAL Telescopes.  Open to all!

 

Sun, October 17 2021 11 Cheshvan 5782