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Beth El has joined a growing temple movement throughout North America focusing on people over the age of 50 who are also "empty nesters" or "nearly empty nesters"—whether married or single, employed or retired.

The Renaissance Group focuses on social activities designed for individuals with an active lifestyle. While the cost of events will be shared by those participating, we will ask those wishing to affiliate with the Beth El Renaissance Group to pay a one-time $10 per person membership fee. This provides "seed money" for events.

Beth El members who affiliate with the group are invited to suggest and help coordinate the events.

Membership in the Renaissance Group is limited to Beth El members. However, guests or partners of single members are always welcome.

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas, please call or email Linda or Larry Vogel (703) 242-1880 or any other member of the Renaissance Group Steering Committee. (below:  Renaissance Group members at Montpelier, 2010)

 

Renaissance Group members at Montpelier, 2010

Steering Committee
Jo Ann Allen, Regina Begliutti, Susan and Don Davis, Ben Finkelstein, Ruth Folkman, Meryl Goldhammer, Rhoda and Lennie Goldman, Judy and John Jankowski, and Linda and Larry Vogel.

Did You Know...?

After 16 years at Beth El, Rabbi Isserow is retiring.  We are in the process of searching for a new rabbi and would like your input.

We welcome your thoughts by email at [email protected].  We will also be at the annual congregational meeting on June 20 if you would like your voice heard.

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.

More

 

Summer service schedule begins Friday, June 23

6:30 PM

 

upcoming events
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INSTALLATION OF NEW BOARD

Friday, June 23 @ 6:30 PM

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TWILIGHT SUMMER CONCERT

Friday, June 23 @ 7:30 PM

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SUMMER SOUL SHABBAT

July 14, 28 and August 11 @ 6:30 PM

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HIGH HOLIDAY CHOIR SCHEDULE


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