​​​​​​Schedule of Services and Events for April
Please make plans to join us for services and events in April!

FRIDAY, APRIL 5 at 6:30 P.M. – RABBI RON
The idea of Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives. The influence of Shabbat is meant to last the entire week and infuse its holiness and spirit into the otherwise mundane days of the work week. Join us for this inspirational service. Oneg Shabbat is planned following the service.

SATURDAY, APRIL 6 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
Tazria
Leviticus 12:1−13:59

FRIDAY, APRIL 26 at 6:30 P.M. – RABBI RON
The idea of Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives. The influence of Shabbat is meant to last the entire week and infuse its holiness and spirit into the otherwise mundane days of the work week. Join us for this inspirational service. Oneg Shabbat is planned following the service.

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Yiskor Service
Torah Reading
Acharei Mot I
Leviticus 16:1–17:16

Saturday, April 27, 2019 | Fellowship & Learning | 8 p.m.
Mimouna is a North African Jewish celebration held after Passover, marking the return to eating hametz. We hope you can join Rabbi Ron and Leora for Beth Judah’s second annual Mimouna celebration. Havadalah, light hametz supper, fellowship and learning round out the evening.  Please see the flyer at the end of this newsletter. Please RSVP to the office at (609) 522-7541 or bethjudahtemple@yahoo.com by April 22. We regret that we cannot accept RSVPs after April 22.  Address for the event will be provided upon RSVP. Please join us! Click here for more info!



​​​​​​Schedule of Services and Events for May
Please make plans to join us for services and events in May!


SATURDAY, MAY 4 at 9:30 A.M. – MOSHEH MATH
Torah Reading
Acharei Mot II
Leviticus 18:1–30

FRIDAY, MAY 10 at 6:30 P.M. – RABBI RON
The idea of Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives.  The influence of Shabbat is meant to last the entire week and infuse its holiness and spirit into the otherwise mundane days of the work week.  Join us for this inspirational service.  Oneg Shabbat is planned following the service.

SATURDAY, MAY 11 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
K'doshim
Leviticus 19:1-20:27

SATURDAY, MAY 18 at 9:30 A.M. – MOSHEH MATH
Torah Reading
Emor
Leviticus 21:1−24:23

FRIDAY, MAY 24 at 6:30 P.M. – RABBI RON
The idea of Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives.  The influence of Shabbat is meant to last the entire week and infuse its holiness and spirit into the otherwise mundane days of the work week.  Join us for this inspirational service.  Oneg Shabbat is planned following the service.

SATURDAY, MAY 25 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
B'har

Leviticus 25:1-26:2

Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives. Celebrate Shabbat us.