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We invite you and your family to Beth Jacob, a diverse congregation that is caring, inclusive and committed to Jewish Tradition and Am Yisrael.  To learn more about our many programs and services, peruse this website, or even better, stop by in person! Our mission...

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Modern Minds Series Continues As We Welcome Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
Wednesday, November 5 at 8:00 pm

Friday Night Young Professionals
Dinner with Ben Shapiro

November 7

Shabbat Scholar in Residence Ben Shapiro
November 7-8

Gourmet Dinner & Virtual Israeli Wine Tour
Monday, November 17, 6:30 pm

Torat Imecha Bat Mitzvah Seminar
Now in Session

Zumba Series for Teens & Women
Tuesdays at 7 pm

Avraham Fried Live in Concert
Sunday, January 11, 6:30 pm

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Rabbi Topp's Divrei Torah Archive

Listen to Rabbi Topp's Shiurim:

The Agunah Issue:
Halachic Challenges and Solutions

The Chosen People:
The Role of the Jewish Nation in the World.

Prayer - Is it a Mitzvah?  Is G-d Really Listening?  What Are We Trying to Achieve?

Is Judaism Pro-Life or Pro-Choice?

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Upcoming events this week of October
Thu 30
5:00p
BILU Talmud Torah Program for High School Students
Fri 31
Sat 1
8:00a
Shabbat Morning Chumah Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Sun 2
Mon 3
9:45a
Conversational Hebrew Class
11:00a
Contemporary Jewish Topics Shiur with Rabbi Topp
12:00p
Bread & Bible Shiur with Rabbi Topp
7:30p
BMW - Beit Midrash for Women
Tue 4
7:30p
Gemara Gems with Rabbi Arye Sufrin
Wed 5
Thu, 30 October 2014 6 Cheshvan 5775
Shabbat starts Friday: 5:44PM
Shabbat ends Saturday: 6:43PM