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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
templebethel@comcast.net.

Rabbi Mark Elber
Cantor Shoshana Brown

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

templebethel@comcast.net
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          February 2018
      Shevat/Adar 5778


Friday, February 2  (17 Shevat)
Candle Lighting         4:44 pm
Shabbat Service       5:30 pm

Saturday, February 3  (18 Shevat)
Weekly Portion:      10:00 am
Yitro

Friday, February 9  (24 Shevat)
Candle Lighting        4:53 pm
Shabbat Service      5:30 pm

Saturday, February 10  (25 Shevat)
Weekly Portion:      10:00 am
Mishpatim
Shabbat Shekalim

Thursday, February 15 (30 Shevat)
Rosh Chodesh Adar

Friday, February 16  (1 Adar)
Candle Lighting        5:01 pm
Shabbat Service      5:30 pm
Rosh Chodesh Adar

Saturday, February 17  (2 Adar)
Weekly Portion:     10:00 am
Terumah

Friday, February 23  (8 Adar)
Candle Lighting       5:10 pm
Shabbat Service     5:30 pm

Saturday, February 24 (9 Adar)
Weekly Portion:     10:00 am
Tetzaveh
Shabbat Zachor
Wednesday, February 28 (13 Adar)
Erev Purim
Fast of Esther
 
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Don't forget to check out the latest articles!
2001: An epic tale about the enduring hope of love and the devastating brutality of war, set amid the Italian occupation of Greece during World War II. An officer falls in love with the daughter of the village doctor and he begins to question his reasons for fighting. As the war grows closer the two are forced to choose between their allegiance to their countries and the love they feel for one another. (Cantor Shoshana’s Note: Although this is not a film that deals with a specifically Jewish subject, it “feels” Jewish, and I thought we were due for a little romance!)