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Monthly Archives: 24 Adar I 5771 (February 28, 2011)
Tova Mirvis, author of “The Outside World” and “The Ladies Auxiliary,” will speak at TBA’s Seventh Annual Lecture Series Brunch on Sunday, May 1, beginning at 11 a.m. Continue reading
Community Learning Day—Sunday, May 15. This will be the third and final CLD program for the school year. Indoor Yard Sale—Sunday, June 5, at the temple. Leslie Colten is organizing this fundraiser. We will be seeking donations of good-condition clothing, small household appliances, books, sporting goods, etc. We also will have a food table, with donations solicited from local supermarkets, and a raffle. Club Shabbat—Remaining dates are Saturdays, March 5, April 2, and May 7. The school committee met on February 13. The meeting notes are available in the web site full article. Sorry, you must be registered and logged in to view this article and any associated comments.
When I studied Jewish philosophy in rabbinical school, one of the more popular phrases to come up in our discussions on the meaning of the rituals was a phrase introduced by Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, who claimed that the role of religion in our lives is to awaken us to the world in which we live. He said, “Among the many things that religious tradition holds in store for us is a legacy of wonder. The surest way to suppress our ability to understand the meaning of God and the importance of worship is to take things for granted. Indifference to the sublime wonder of living is the root of sin.” In other words, we must live out each day in “radical amazement.” What prevents us from doing so is our attitude of speculation and spiritual boredom.
Acknowledging the Yahrzeit, the Hebrew anniversary of a person’s death is a widely held observance in Judaism and at Temple B’nai Abraham.
This Shabbat we will recognize the Yahrzeit’s of: Rhoda Bane, Bella Barron, Wolf Broudo, Jetta Indeck, Edward Kransberg, Hilda Silver, Eve Weinberg.
This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of: Mildred Berman, Rose Birin, Samuel Brodsky, David Dorfsman, Natalie Franklin, Jacob J. Gilman, Myron Glichouse, Frances Goldenberg, Louis Helman, Robert Karlyn, Harry Katz, Vera Kopelman, Martha Krause, Benjamin Pofcher, Robert Rudolph, Miriam Shefsky, Manny Singer, Morris Tanzer, Samuel Zoll.
Dear Fellow Congregants: By now you may have seen or heard that we have been busily interviewing candidates for our new spiritual leader. After reviewing resumes and screening potential candidates, the recruiting committee has begun the process of inviting candidates for interviews with additional members of the congregation. Our plan was to have members interview candidates that made it past the initial screening and then invite back those candidates that looked like the best fit for our congregation to spend Shabbat with us. Sorry, you must be registered and logged in to view this article and any associated comments.
The Renowned Early Childhood Program by the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore is coming to Beverly. Come check out their enriching programs, including; cooking, yoga, music, art, sports and shabbat celebrations. Children ages 15 months to 5 years are welcome.Experience the trusted teachers, small classes, individualized attention and emphasis on kindergarten readiness. For more information and to schedule a tour, contact Early Childhood Director Amy Battinelli at 781-631-8330, ext. email@example.com or stop by the Open House scheduled for Sunday March 13 from 10 AM- Noon.
Thanks to the many years of diligent work maintaining our information by Paul W., Jack & Elaine I. and others, and also their recent patience while being asked to recall many details of long-ago, we have now updated the web site Yahrzeit list to include details showing who is a veteran, and who is interred in the Sons of Abraham Cemetery. It’s been interesting to learn some more details about our community’s history. We have had some special people in our past. Hopefully, we will find more ways to share what we know about them. www.tbabeverly.org/yahrzeits