Please make plans to join us for services and events in April!



FRIDAY, APRIL 6 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.  There will be Oneg Shabbat following the service.

SATURDAY, APRIL 7 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
Sh'mini I
Leviticus 9:1–10:11
In this Torah portion, God commands Aaron and his sons to make the burnt and sin offerings at the Tabernacle. When God accepts the offerings, the people shout with joy. God describes to Moses the laws of kashrut.

SATURDAY, APRIL 7 at 7:30 P.M. | “Mimouna” – Celebrate the End of Passover
Please join us for a Beth Judah end-of-Passover celebration!  Jews in Morocco, Israel and many Sephardic communities hold a celebration called Mimouna at the close of Passover. Originally celebrated by Moroccan Jews, Mimouna is not only a feast, but a symbolic and spiritual event that marks the beginning of spring—a time full of hope for wealth and abundance in the coming year.  We hope you will join us as Rabbi Ron and Leora lead us in a spirited Havdalah followed by leavened food, music and festivity.  This event will be held at a private home.  Please RSVP with your $15 per person event donation before April 3 by calling 609-522-7541 or emailing bethjudahtemple@yahoo.com.  Checks may be mailed to Beth Judah Temple, PO Box 1183, Wildwood, NJ  08260.

FRIDAY, APRIL 20 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.  Dinner is planned following the service.

SATURDAY, APRIL 21 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
Tazria - M’tzora
Leviticus 12:1-15:33
In the Torah portion Tazria, God instructs Moses about the purification rituals for mothers following childbirth. God then describes to Moses and Aaron the procedures for identifying and responding to those infected with leprosy. In Metzora, God describes the purification ritual for people and homes afflicted with skin diseases; God also instructs Moses and Aaron regarding the laws of the emission of bodily fluids.

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