Please join us Sunday, January 22 9:00 to celebrate peace and freedom and honor our sacred teaching that our actions matter.
On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend we celebrated Social Action Shabbat. We honored our Family Promise volunteers who help homeless families get back on their feet. We read the words of Dr. King and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, an inspiring teacher who marched alongside Dr. King in Selma. Also present were clergy and members from various Beverly and Wenham churches and the Zen Center – who led all of us in a communal prayer at the end.
When 6th grader Zoe Richard sang One Day, a song about the kind of world we want to create for our children and grandchildren, many people’s eyes filled with tears.
This has been a time of tremendous divisiveness in our country – and of fear for many in our own congregation. This Sunday, I would like our community to continue with these themes of hope and peace – singing, telling stories, praying, and emphasizing that our acts of kindness and work for a better world can make a difference.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., please join us for our second annual Social Action Shabbat. The Leah Shriro Memorial Award for Social Action will be presented to Arnie Cowan and TBA Family Promise Volunteers. We will pray, and learn, and sing and commit ourselves to the work of social justice! We will be joined by other clergy and volunteers from Bevely and beyond. 6:15 cocktails, 7:00 service and presentation,followed by dessert.
Please also come Monday – MLK DAY – 7:00 at First Baptist Church for a multi-faith event on homelessness, following our monthly responsibility for serving The Monday Night Supper.
Due to snow storm Religious School, services and yoga will be cancelled for Sunday January 8.
Join us for our annual Comedy Night featuring comedian Steven Scott Saturday, January 28 at 8 PM. Steven has performed in Las Vegas, Broadway, Gotham Comedy Live on AXS, NY-NOn Stop, and numerous television appearances on shows for NBC, CBS, Fox, VH1 and MTV. Opening act will be our own Leo Berman followed by “Tell your Own Joke” for a $5 contribution.
We will also be raffling off Celtics, Red Sox tickets and more!!! Along with a special raffle for a Tom Brady autographed football. Tickets for the autographed football are available for purchase for $10 now in the temple office. Winner will be drawn at Comedy Night.
To reserve your seat send a check payable to: TBA Sisterhood to Temple B’nai Abraham 200 East Lothrop Street Beverly, MA 01915. For more information contact Temple office at 978-927-3211 or email email@example.com.
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Join us for our annual Women’s Led Service this Friday January 6 at 7:00 PM. Enjoy songs, prayers and poems. All are invited. This annual event is generously sponsored by the TBA Sisterhood. A delicious oneg will follow the service.
Please join us in the Beverly Common on Tuesday, December 27 at 6:30 PM for our annual menorah lighting! There will also be sufganiot (donuts) from Brookline.
It was announced that shiva for Suzie Nahmias, mother of Marcy Yellin, would be three days. It will only be held on Sunday, December 18 and Monday, December 19 from 1-4PM and 7-9 PM at the home of Marcy and Ben in Marblehead. May God comfort them among the morners of Zion and Jerusalem.