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The goal of this class is to empower seekers to discover Judaism.
Participants include singles and couples, Jews and those fromvarious faith backgrounds.
Introduction to Judaism is perfect forindividuals raising Jewish children,
those who never had a Jewish education, people who want to connect with their roots or those who hope to explore Judaism on an adult level.
Includes All Class Materials
Please register by calling 766-4300 or via email at email@example.com.
Did you miss the opportunity to celebrate a bat or bar mitzvah at 13?
Would you enjoy studying with our rabbis ?
Would you like to learn to read from the Torah?
Ready to make a two year commitment to exploring your own Jewish identity with a small group of adults?
CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 17
Cost : $613.00 per person
Winter/Spring Class Dates:
January 17, 31
March 7, 28
April 8, 25
May 9, 23
June 6, 20, 27
Checks should be made payable to Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth.
Payments may be made in two installments or in full and should be sent to Temple office.
This program is only open to Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth members.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22ND
Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth
430 DeMott Avenue
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
Sample a variety of different chili dishes and vote for your favorite.
While enjoying your chili, browse through a unique selection of vendors specializing in food items, cookware and more.
Want to Eat?
Purchase your unlimited bracelet ahead of time.
$20 by check payable to Central Synagogue — Beth Emeth
$23.06 ( Includes Processing Fees)
At the Door :
$28.00 Unlimited Bracelet or $5 Admission and $5 Per Taste
Want to Compete?
Please complete registration form at https://goo.gl/forms/
$30 registration fee should be mailed to CSBE by October 2nd.
$180 FIRST PRIZE
Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth is making it official with a wedding on December 16th, 2017.
The occasion will mark the spiritual coming together of Central Synagogue of Nassau County
and Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Emeth.
STAY TUNED FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS COMING SOON
Please visit our online registry at http://www.simpleregistry.com/csbeli/ and support our new congregation as we journey forward as the South Shore’s home for 21 Century Progressive Judaism.
Feel free to select items individually or join together with friends for larger purchases/contributions.
We kicked off the celebration on July 16th, 2017 with a fun-filled BBQ for the entire family.
The Rockville Centre Herald was on hand to capture this exciting celebration of community.
Click on the photo to view the article.
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Even short meditations repeated with regularity can have beneficial effects.
Have you wanted to try guided meditation but fear that you will not be able to do it. Maybe you fear your own ability to sit still or clear your mind. This short meditation will provide a taste of the guided meditations we offer evenings. It will also help you release stress, rejuvenate your mind, and boost your spirit. Your investment in this process is only three minutes. Give it a try.
Thursday Evening Learning Series Fall 2017
The End? A Jewish Guide To Mourning, Dying, Death and Beyond
Instructor: Rabbi Marc Gruber
7:00 pm – 7:50 pm
Game of Thrones: How The Israeli Political System Works ( Or Doesn’t)
Instructor: Rabbi Elliot Skiddell
8:10 pm – 9:00 pm
Refreshments Will Be Served From 7: 50 – 8:10 pm
Class Dates: October 19, 26 and November 2, 9, 16
Members: $36.00 Per Class
Non – Members : $54.00 Per Class
Please Click Here to Register By October 16th
Rabbi Elliot Skiddell has served as Rabbi of Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Emeth since August 2006 and is excited to be part of the next stage of our Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth journey. As of July 20016, he now oversees all aspects of education for the entire Central Syngogue – Beth Emeth community, including the Jewish Experience education program and the Long Island Jewish Learning Network, our adult education program.
In partnership with Rabbi Gruber, Rabbi Skiddell has introduced many innovations and creative ideas to education programs and religious services for our collective community. Poetry selected to supplement the traditional prayers on Friday nights add a deeper spiritual level to the wonder and appreciation we experience as a community. Saturday mornings are filled with interesting insights and discussions of the Torah readings. Rabbi Skiddell’s popular Tuesday morning “Brunch and Learn” programs have explored varied topics such as “We Are What We Eat”, “Jewish Stories on the Page and on the Screen”, “Hebrew Poetry from the Bible to Today”, and Bible texts.
A graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Rabbi Skiddell also received a BA in Philosophy and Religion from the University of Massachusetts and an MA in Religion from Temple University. In 2005 he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree by the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.
Rabbi Skiddell and his family lived in Israel for fourteen years where he was assistant director of the seminar center of the Galilee Education Foundation and also served as TZAHAR [Tzefat. Hatzor, Rosh Pina] Region Director for the Jewish Agency for Israel. He was honored as the outstanding employee of the Jewish Agency in 2004. Before moving to Israel he served as Rabbi of Ramat Shalom Synagogue in Plantation, Florida for ten years and as Assistant Rabbi of Har Zion Temple, Penn Valley, Pennsylvania, for two years.
Rabbi Skiddell is Immediate Past President of the Long Island Board of Rabbis in addition to being active in many community organizations such as the Rockville Centre Clergy, UJA-Federation of New York and others. He has served as President of the following organizations: The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation and the North Broward Board of Rabbis. His publications include co-editing the Mordecai M. Kaplan Centennial Resource Booklet and numerous newspaper and magazine articles.
Rabbi Skiddell is a proud husband, father of three and grandfather of two.
You can contact Rabbi Skiddell by calling 766-4300 Ext. 312 or by sending him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.