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PJ Library Shabbat Circle from 10:00-10:45 a.m. The creative and interactive Shabbat service is geared to children ages six and younger and is a wonderful way for young families to experience Shabbat through stories, prayer, song, Torah, and creative movement in a casual and relaxed atmosphere. Snacks will be served at the conclusion of the service. Older siblings are welcome to attend. PJ Library Shabbat Circle is free and sponsored by the Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation, Temple B’nai Abraham and made possible with a generous allocation from the Jewish Federation of the North Shore. Jr. Congregation from 10:00-11:00 a.m. This a special service designed to engage our TBA students and help prepare them for participating as adults after their bar/bat mitzvah. Service leader Eliana Light uses her background in music, theater, and Jewish education to bring these services to life. Jr. Congregation is held monthly and required for all TBA students in grades 3-7 though younger students are welcome and parents are also encouraged to attend. Guest service leaders for Jr. Congregation are generously sponsored by the Sam and Eve Weinberg Memorial fund.
Sunday, November 3, is the first Community Learning Day for this year, with a focus on the Arts and Judaism. Adults can join Rabbi Sarah Tasman teach about art as Midrash and art as spiritual practice, while children will focus on Jewish music (for Chanukah — yes, it’s coming!!), and Jewish comic book art. Or bake your favorite kugel and share it in the Great Kugel Kook-off! There will also be an opportunity to learn Hebrew and listen to a concert by Marcy Yellin’s Rockin’ Ruach Band. Join us to think about art from a Jewish perspective! About TBA’s Community Learning Day The Community Learning Days are designed to bring all generations of our congregation and the greater North Shore Jewish Community together to enjoy educational programming. The program is free and open to the public. Generally, our Community Learning Days feature one or more special guests complemented by individuals from our community who share their expertise, skill, interest or talent. This program is generously sponsored by the Alan Kaplan Memorial Enrichment Fund. November 3 Featured Guests Rabbi Sarah Tasman Sarah Tasman is a community rabbi in New Haven, CT, and founder of New Haven Rosh Chodesh, an independent monthly spirituality group. … Continue reading
If you shop for groceries, shop online, eat out, purchase gas, go to the movies or are in need of gifts, then you can help TBA raise money! All you need to do is purchase gift cards through TBA. It’s simple … Grab a scrip order form in the TBA office, list the gift cards you want to buy, attach a check made out to TBA, and drop it in the office by Thursday, October 31st. Below is a sample of the many gift cards TBA is offering: Supermarkets – Stop & Shop, Shaws, Whole Foods Gas Stations – Exxon, Mobil, Shell, Sunoco Pharmacies – CVS, Walgreens Department Stores – Costco, Target, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Toys R Us, Sephora, GAP, Justice, TJ Maxx, Macy’s, Sports Authority Online Shopping – Amazon.com, ITunes, Zappos Restaurants – Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Changs, Panera Coffee – Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts Movies – AMC Theatres Home Improvement – Lowes, Home Depot We hope you will participate in this fundraiser by buying gift cards from TBA. Purchased gift cards can be picked up at TBA on Thursday November 14th – Just in time for the holidays! Questions? Feel free to contact … Continue reading
Saturday, 16 at 6pm -$20 A Sunday, 17 at 1pm - $20 B Sunday, 17 at 6:30pm - $20 A Monday, 18 at 7pm - $15 B Tuesday, 19 at 7pm - $15 A Wednesday, 20 at 7pm- $15 B Thursday, 21 at 7pm- $17.50 A Saturday, 23 at 8pm -$20 B Sunday, 24 at 3:30pm - $20 A NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES/Wheelchair Entrance. Shows held at Temple B’nai Abraham 200 E. Lothrop St.,Beverly, MA TO PURCHASE TICKETS WITH A CC, PLEASE PURCHASE online at WWW.NEVERLANDTHEATRE.COM
The school committee would like to give a heartfelt thanks to the Katz family for donating balls, hula hoops, and outdoor toys to TBA for the kids to play with while we await our new play structure. Thanks Larry, Amy, Maddy & Micah!
Just a reminder about all the exciting happenings at TBA this Sunday October 6th! 9am - Pet Service out on the front lawn – Bring your furry friends and a donation for the North East Animal Shelter! 11am - Parent Coffee in the library – Come gather with your fellow TBA parents and share your thoughts & ideas for the school year! 12pm - Youth group meeting with Allison Wolper for students in grades 4-8 See you all on Sunday!
The Religious School is off to a busy start. A big thank you to all the volunteers thus far: Opening Day helpers, Sukkah decorators, and our Pizza in the Hut and Car Wash crews. None of the activities would be possible without our parent volunteers. The month of October is no different. There will be a Pet Service on Sunday, October 6 at 9 a.m. At 11 a.m. the PTO is hosting a coffee hour to chat and discuss upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. TBA is starting a pre-school program, which begins on October 6 and runs through the year. Registrations are ongoing, so spread the word! Rounding off the month is the 2nd Grade Consecration on Friday, October 25. Volunteers are needed from the 3rd Grade! Please join us at 6 p.m. for dinner, with services at 7.