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So Many Ways To Get Involved!

We are an active community and offer many paths to involvement and participation, whether it's a social activity, a social cause, a baseball game or a brisket cook-off, it's happening at Beth El! Explore the many ways you can participate with us!

Beth El Federation of Temple Youth (BEFTY!)

Bringing together Jewish teens around the area and around the world to build friendships, have fun, and foster a long-term commitment to the ideals and values of Reform Judaism.

Beth El House

Providing a nurturing, structured environment where single mothers and their children are able to work toward self-sufficiency and confidence.

Brotherhood

Uniting the men of Beth El Hebrew Congregation with educational, social, and community-based programs.

Caring Community Committee

Beth El members reach out to fellow congregants to provide a helping hand during times of illness, loneliness, or bereavement.

Culture Club

A monthly adventure to a museum, theater, or other place of cultural interest in the area.

Havurah

Providing members with an opportunity for personal and spiritual growth through new and lasting friendships.

Renaissance Group

A social group for "fiftysomethingplus, empty nesters, or nearly empty nesters," whether married or single, employed or retired, featuring mostly weekend social activities designed for individuals with an active lifestyle.

Social Action

Working for justice and peace through community service and by addressing social justice and human rights issues here and around the world.

Women of Reform Judaism (Sisterhood)

Empowering the women of Beth El through stimulating social action programs and educational and social activities.

Young Professionals Group

A group for Jews in their 20s and 30s looking for fellowship and fun. Our events include happy hours, wine and cheese parties, attending services, and dining out. For more information or to share ideas, contact Maryn Simon.

Did You Know...?

MAJYK 2017 is coming to Beth El?  

The Mid-Atlantic Jr. Youth Kallah will be hosted by Beth El on December 15-17 to experience a taste of NFTY and learn about its traditions and lingo.  In order to make this a success we need to find host families for 150-200 middle schoolers.  Please contact our Youth Advisors, Nori and Marissa, to become a host family!

 

Beth El is raising funds for a new playground?

With seed money from Cantor Jason Kaufman's concert, the JCCNV was able to start a fund with all proceeds going towards a new playground for the preschool.  If you would like to donate towards this very worthy project, simply send your donations to Beth El Hebrew Congregation and notate "Playground."  If you donate on line, the playground fund is first on the list!

 

Lifelong Learning

Wednesdays during the school year
@ 7:00 PM
See calendar for exact dates and subjects

 

ALIVE!

For more information about ALIVE! go to alive-inc.org.

 

Beth El House

For more information go to https://www.bethelhebrew.org/community/beth-el-house

Beth El House enables formerly homeless families to work toward self-sufficiency and confidence.

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Upcoming Events

 

LIFELONG LEARNING

TONIGHT, December 6 at 7:00 PM

"The Israeli Intelligence Community"

Who is the intelligence community; what are its areas of activity, how was it established,
and what were the defining events in its history.
You do NOT want to miss this exciting speaker.

 

MAJYK

December 15 - 17

*WE STILL NEED HOST FAMILIES*

 

BOOK SORTING

December 19, 20, 21 

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

***December 20 will also sort during religious school

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM***

 



 

 

 

 

 


There are activities, meetings, services and seminars at Beth El each week, ranging from service opportunities to Jewish learning and education, drawing members and guests from throughout the Washington, D.C. area.

the full calendar