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Regular Services (Held In The Chapel unless noted)
Shacharit Services:  Mondays & Thursdays at 8 am
Friday Shabbat Services:  Fridays 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

Rabbi Mark Elber
Cantor Shoshana Brown

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

Temple Beth El
An Independent Conservative Synagogue in Fall River, Massachusetts
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   Service Schedule

          July 2017: 
     Tammuz/Av 5777

Saturday, July 1  (7 Tammuz)
Weekly Portion:  Khukat  10:00 am

Friday, July 7  (13 Tammuz)
Shabbat Service           5:30 pm
Candle Lighting             8:05 pm

Saturday, July 8  (14 Tammuz)
Weekly Portion: Balak   10:00 am

Tuesday, July 11 (17 Tammuz)
Fast of  17th of Tammuz

Friday, July 14  (20 Tammuz)
Shabbat Service           5:30 pm
Candle Lighting             8:01 pm

Saturday, July 15 (21 Tammuz)
Weekly Portion:  Pinkhas 10:00 am

Friday, July 21  (27 Tammuz)
Shabbat Service           5:30 pm
Candle Lighting             7:56 pm

Saturday, July 22  (28 Tammuz)
Weekly Portion:          10:00 am

Monday, July 24 (1 Av)
Rosh Chodesh Av

Friday, July 28 (5 Av)
Shabbat Service            5:30 pm
Candle Lighting              7:50 pm

Saturday, July 29 (6 Av)
Weekly Portion:             10:00 am
Devarim Shabbat Khazon

Monday, July 31 (8 Av)
Erev Tish’a B’Av
Fast of Tish’a B’Av begins at sunset

Hebrew School Schedule
Book Club
July MoviE
Sunday July 23rd:
Defiant Requiem (Documentary - 2012)

A memorial concert reawakens the story of an artistic uprising in
the Nazi concentration camp, Terezin, where imprisoned conductor
Rafael Schächter and his chorus of 150 Jewish camp inmates fought
back...with art and music. Through hunger, disease and slave labor,
the inmates of Terezin held onto their humanity by staging plays,
composing opera and using paper and ink to record the horrors
around them. One reviewer writes: “This is what true
documentary filmmaking should always be like.”
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July Book Club Meeting
“The Bridge Ladies: A Memoir”
by Betsy Lerner
Wednesday, July 19th - 10:30 am in the Library

July Sunday Movie: “Defiant Requiem”
Sunday, July 23rd at 4:00 pm in the Vestry

Sisterhood Paid-Up
Membership Luncheon
Thursday, July 27th - 12:30 pm at
the Old Grist Mill Tavern in Seekonk

Tish’a b’Av Service
Monday, July 31st at 8 pm
at the Home of Rabbi Mark & Cantor Shoshana

August Book Club Meeting
“Hillbilly Elegy” by J. D. Vance
Wed., August 16th - 10:30 am in the Library

August Sunday Movie: “Liberty Heights”
Sunday, August 27th at 4:00 pm in the Vestry