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Regular Services (Held In The Chapel unless noted)
Shacharit Services:  Mondays & Thursdays at 8 am
Friday Shabbat Services:  First Friday of the month at 6:30 pm, all others at 5:30 pm                                
Saturday Shabbat Services:  Saturdays at 10:00 am

Clergy Visits:
If you know of anyone who is homebound or in a home or hospital and would like a
clergy visit,  please call the office at (508) 674-3529 or e-mail
templebethel@comcast.net.

Hebrew School
School will be back in session in September, for both children and adults!
Beginner Hebrew School for Adults is held Thursdays at 9:30 am.
Please contact the office for more information.

Rabbi Mark Elber
Cantor Shoshana Brown

Temple Beth El  *  385 High St, Fall River, MA  02720  *  (508) 674-3529

templebethel@comcast.net
Temple Beth El
An Independent Conservative Synagogue in Fall River, Massachusetts
 
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        August 2016
   Tammuz/Av 5776

Friday, August 5  (1 Av)
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:40 pm
Rosh Chodesh Av

Saturday, August 6  (2 Av)
Weekly Portion:   10:00 am
Matot-Masei

Friday, August 12  (8 Av)
Shabbat Service 5:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:31 pm

Saturday, August 13  (9 Av)
Weekly Portion: 10:00 am
Devarim
Erev Tisha B’av
Shabbat Chazon

Sunday, August 14  (10 Av)
Fast of “Tisha B’av”

Friday, August 19  (15 Av)
Shabbat Service 5:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:20 pm

Saturday, August 20  (16 Av)
Weekly Portion:   10:00 am
Va’etkhanan
Shabbat Nachamu

Friday, August 26  (22 Av)
Shabbat Service 5:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:09 pm

Saturday, August 27  (23 Av)
Weekly Portion: Eikev
10:00 am
       
Here's what one parent had to say about TBE's Hebrew School:

Zach, my ten year old son, began hebrew school this year. There was a lot of trepidation since he would be starting school a year behind the other children.

Through private lessons, which lasted a few short months, Zach was reading hebrew!! He joined his classmates and began his exciting journey discovering his Jewish heritage.

I have seen Zach's interest in Judaism grow this year. The Cantor has provided Zach with an avenue to explore his Judaism through the use of discussion, theatre and song. Zach has also met some wonderful new friends that he will know for many years to come.

Zach and I both look forward to what next year will bring!!
 
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Book Club
August's Sunday Afternoon at the Jewish Movies

Sunday, August 28th at 5 pm
Temple Beth El Vestry

"GOODBYE COLUMBUS”
Movie Night:  “Goodbye Columbus”
Sunday, August 28th - 5:00 pm in the Vestry
One of the most popular films of its day, “Goodbye Columbus” stars Richard
Benjamin as Neil Klugman, and Ali McGraw as Brenda Patimkin. Home for the
summer, Brenda, a wealthy “Cliffie” (Radcliffe student) and Neil, an intelligent,
working-class army veteran and student at Rutgers, fall in love.  They face many
obstacles to their relationship, due to the opposition of Brenda’s family,
differences in class, and assimilation into the American mainstream. Other
conflicts include propriety and issues related to premarital sex and the possibility
of pregnancy, and Mrs. Patimkin’s envy of her daughter’s youth. (1969)