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Inclusion Committee Meeting

Join the Beth Emet Inclusion Committee as we examine our current practices and explore ways to create a culture of belonging and inclusivity for Beth Emet members of all abilities. We know that all individuals can contribute to our community. If interested, please email Terri Michaels or call (847-691-8167) or email Marci Dickman Zoom Link

“The Missing Hand” Book Discussion with Author Susan Van Dusen

Missed this program? Click here to watch the recording.  Author and Beth Emet member Susan Van Dusen will join us for an exciting book discussion on her novel, The Missing Hand, a cozy mystery which follows the rules of no sex, no swearing, no violence, but lots of fun and fright. More details below. Van ...

Recurring

Qigong with Netiva Caftori

There are so many moving parts in our day to day lives. Our very own Netiva Caftori, invites us to experience the healing practice of Qigong with her. Qigong is a millennia-old system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health and spirituality. Beginners are encouraged to try out ...

Beit Sefer-Online

Please contact Danny Blanco if you have any questions or challenges joining Beit Sefer today.

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Gesher

Gesher students learn to identify Jewish values in their lives and to use those values as they make choices. You can see the full list of dates and classes at this link.

Conversations to Nourish Our Soul

Explore your spirituality or connection to the Mystery or the Divine in the world. We will use the prayerbook, poetry, and ourselves as our texts, aiming to deepen our connections and discern meaningful paths in our daily lives. Our tools will include mindfulness practices, journaling, questioning, and conversation. Doubting God’s existence? Come explore. Last Minute ...

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A Close Look at Torah

There are many ways to interpret Torah and its nuances of meaning that are often overlooked. We will continue our learning from last year, reading and interpreting the text of the Book of Deuteronomy line by line. New learners are always welcome. No fee for members Please register for this program here.  Meeting ID: 880 ...

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The Mishnah: Law as Literature

The Mishnah, the second century book that is the basis for the Talmud, seems simple. A well organized code of law, it structures Jewish ideas for subsequent Talmudic conversations. But there is more to the Mishnah than meets the eye. In this two-part class we will discuss how the Mishnah complicates our understanding of the ...

$25

Tot Shabbat and TuB’shvat Craft Activity

Celebrate Shabbat with Cantor Cotler, and give thanks to the trees on Tu B’shvat Shabbat. We’ll sing, pray, chat and enjoy a fun and interactive Tu B’shvat craft project using materials that you have around the house. Perfect for families with children under age 5.