Service times for Shabbat and during the week
Rabbi Panitz office hours
Notice From Beth Sholom Village
New "Daytimers" Program Information
Women's Seder at Temple Israel
Shop and Schmooze at Beth Sholom Village
Mah Jongg training at Beth Sholom Village
Simon Family JCC Seniors Passover Seder
Yom Hashoah Programs
Helping Those With Mobility Issues
Temple Israel Scholarship Funds Available
Cooking for a Kiddush luncheon
Join our Minyan!
Birthdays and Anniversaries for the week
Request for Shomrim
Wands for Wildlife information
Pet Memorial Board information
JELF Loan Information
Volunteers needed for the Men's Chevra Kaddisha
Gift Shop information
JNF Tree information
Wine on the Vine
Yahrzeits for the week
Friday - 5:30pm
Saturday - Second Saturday Shabbat Services AND Birthday and Anniversary Shabbat Services ON THE ATRIUM 9:30am Traditional services will begin at 9:30am and the Second Saturday portion of our services will begin at 11:00am
Sunday - 8:00am and 5:45pm at Temple Israel
Monday - Thursday
7:30am at Temple Israel and 5:45 at Congregation Beth El
(Evening minyan services are at Congregation Beth El for the month of April)
If you are planning to attend minyan services to say Kaddish for a love one's yahrzeit, would you be willing to share some memories with us? This is a new addition to our services, which has been warmly received by everyone.
Friday - "What Does The Bible Have To Say About Taxes"
Saturday - "Do You Believe In Magic?"
Haftarah - Reuven Rohn
Please join us for a kiddush luncheon on the Evelyn Eisenberg Atrium following services
On APRIL 28TH, the Men's Club is having a Yom Hashoah brunch, which will begin at 10:00am. Natasha Vidan will be the speaker. Her story is amazing - she was born Jewish in a concentration camp. Somehow, her parents got her out and to an orphanage to save her. She was adopted and raised Catholic but discovered, as an adult, she was actually Jewish. You will want to come to this event as there is so much more to her story. Please call the synagogue office to make your reservations.
Then on May 1st, we will be hosting the community wide Yom Hashoah program at 6:45pm with guest speaker, Dr. Roger Loria. This gathering honors the survivors, liberators, and righteous gentiles who reside in Hampton Roads, as well as the memory of the victims.
Just a reminder - if you would like to come in and cook something special for a Shabbat kiddush luncheon, just let the office know. We will be happy to check your food in and show you around the kitchen. Maybe you have a special dish that you would like to share with the congregation - you're more than welcome to come in and prepare it during office hours. And the congregation certainly would like to try it!
Our morning minyan and Friday night minyan could use your help!
A number of our regulars are unable to attend due to illness, and some mornings we are not able to make 10 people. It's particularly important on Mondays and Thursdays when we read Torah, but there are people every day who need to say kaddish. We have also had a problem for the past couple of weeks making a minyan on Friday evenings. Please look at your schedule and pick one morning a week to come to our 7:30am minyan - it's only 30 - 60 minutes and you will be doing a mitzvah by allowing people the opportunity to say kaddish for a loved one. If you can't make the morning minyan, please come on a Friday evening at 5:30.
Jim and Susan Eilberg
Boodie and Bobby Friedman
The next time you're at the synagogue, be sure to look at our Pet Memorial Board.
It's located on the stair wall as you go up to Brody Auditorium.
It's a wonderful way to remember your beloved pet.
We accept donations for our L'Dor v'Dor section of the gift shop all year long. Please consider any of the following items:
Seder and Matzah Plates
Graggers for Purim
Jewish-themed Children's Books
If your item(s) has a special history or meaning attached to it, please write down the information and turn it into the office with your "treasure". We would love to be able to share its story!
All items donated are tax deductible.
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
For $18.00, you can plant a tree in Israel
IN HONOR of a family member, friend, group or event
IN MEMORY of a family member or friend
Make your check payable to Temple Israel with a note that it is for the JNF Tree Center and who/what it is IN HONOR of or IN MEMORY of. If you go to their website, www.jnf.org/jnf-tree-planting-center, you can select a certificate/tree location. If you would like a specific certificate or location, let us know when you send in your check. We will send JNF everyone's requests.
Wine on the Vine (WOTV) is an exciting new way to:
Give to truly remarkable charities in Israel
Assist the rebirth of Israel’s ancient winemaking tradition
Organically and physically connect to the Land of Israel
Support Israel’s cultural outreach to the world
All contributions are tax-deductible for US tax-payers.
For more information, go to www.wineonthevine.org
Tuesday, April 9th
Rabbi's class in Sandler Hall 8:15am
Saturday, April 13th
Second Saturday Shabbat Services and
Birthday and Anniversary Shabbat in Brody Auditorium
Traditional services begin at 9:30am and the Second Saturday portion of services begin at 11:00am
The topic for the Second Saturday is "Do You Believe In Magic?"
Friday, April 19th
Passover begins - first seder
Saturday, April 20th
Shabbat Services in the sanctuary 9:30am
Sunday, April 21st
Passover Services 9:30am
Matzah Brei cookoff with Rabbi Panitz and Lawrence Fleder after services
Tuesday, April 23rd
NO RABBI'S CLASS
Wednesday, April 24th
Women's Seder 6:30pm
RSVP to the synagogue office by April 15th
Friday, April 26th
Passover Services with KBH at Temple Israel 7:30am and 5:30pm
Saturday, April 27th
Shabbat/Passover/Yizkor Services in the sanctuary 9:30am
Sunday, April 28th
Men's Club hosting a Yom Hashoah brunch with guest speaker Natasha Vidan 10:00am
Esther Hyman Imburg
Rose Frances Glasser
Ann R. Singer
Elizabeth L. Zemil
Louis E. Goodstein