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Tiferet Award Banquet Journal

Enrich your mind & get inspired
this Elul at Beth Jacob!


Community Guide


Spring Newsletter 2015

Shabbat Morning
At Beth Jacob

Modern Minds on Jewish
Video & Photo Libraries




Pre-Rosh Hashanah Shofar Factory
& Crafting Party for Kids

Sunday, August 30, 11 am-1 pm

Sisterhood Brunch
Tuesday, September 1, 9:45 am

Rabbi Dov Lipman
Shabbat Scholar in Residence, Sept. 5

Meet & Greet with Congressman
Paul Cook
in Lake Arrowhead

Monday, September 7, 3-5 pm

Pre High Holidays Shiurim
for Young Professionals

Tuesday & Thursday Evenings,
September 8 & 10

Celebrate the High Holidays
with the Maccabeats!

Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur 5776


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What does it mean to be part of a community? Being involved in a community is significant not only because of the opportunities to learn, pray, and grow intellectually and spiritually. It also provides a sense of belonging and a space to build meaningful friendships that profoundly enrich your life.  Click here for more.

Rabbi Topp's Divrei Torah Archive

A selection of Rabbi Topp's
most recent Shiurim:

Rambam on Repentance

Schlissel Challah, Red Bendels
& Other Segulot & Superstitions

Ayin Hara - The Evil Eye

Dreams in Halacha & Jewish Thought

The Endeavor: Torah in Outer Space

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Upcoming events this week of August
Sat 29
Shabbat Morning Chumash Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Sun 30
Pre-Rosh Hashanah Shofar Factory & Crafting Party
Mon 31
Contemporary Jewish Topics Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Bread & Bible Shiur with Rabbi Topp
BMW - Beit Midrash for Women
Tue 1
Sisterhood Brunch
Bridge Class
Gemara Gems with Rabbi Arye Sufrin
Wed 2
Thu 3
Treasures of the Aleph Bet with Rabbi Posy
Fri 4
Sat, 29 August 2015 14 Elul 5775
Shabbat starts Friday: 6:58PM
Shabbat ends Saturday: 8:06PM