The traditional Hebrew greeting, bruchim ha-baim, literally means “blessings to those who come.” We are thrilled to recognize our Chai Members (those who have been part of our Temple Beth El family as members for 18 years, or more). We are also so happy to welcome our New Members (those who have recently become part of our synagogue family) with a special blessing.
At this service, we will also dedicate a new sculpture entitled “Zachor/Remembrance” by Yaacov Heller, lovingly donated by Marilyn and Jay Weinberg.
All are welcome to attend this special Sukkot service. Dinner is for Members & Guests of Members only.
The service will be at Temple Beth El’s Schaefer Family Campus, and will also be available on Virtual Beth El (Livestream, YouTube, and Facebook).
Dinner Prices (for Members and Guests of Members):
The last day to register is Monday, October 3.
Sponsored by Brotherhood and Sisterhood.