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A Message from Rabbi Topp

Expand your mind.  Enrich your life.  Engage with community.  We are a modern orthodox congregation where you can bring meaning to your life in so many ways.  We offer myriad opportunities for members of all generations and backgrounds to get involved. 
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Tiferet Award Banquet Journal

Learning, Friendship & Fun
This Summer at Beth Jacob!


Community Guide


Spring Newsletter 2015

Shabbat Morning
At Beth Jacob

Modern Minds on Jewish
Video & Photo Libraries


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Summer Kollel 2015
In session nightly through July 30

Friday Night Young Professionals Dinner
August 7, 7:35 pm

Dr. Erica Brown
Shabbat Scholar in Residence, August 8

Community Picnic at Roxbury Park
Sunday, August 9, 12 to 3 pm

Major General Eliezer Shkedi
Shabbat Scholar in Residence, August 15

Perek on the Lawn
Shabbat, August 22, 5:30 pm

Celebrate the High Holidays
with the Maccabeats!

Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur 5776



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:

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 July
Tue 28
Bridge Class
Summer Kollel
Gemara Gems with Rabbi Arye Sufrin
Wed 29
Summer Kollel
Thu 30
Treasures of the Aleph Bet with Rabbi Posy
Summer Kollel
Fri 31
Tu B'Av
Sat 1
Shabbat Nachamu
Shabbat Morning Chumash Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Sun 2
Mon 3
Contemporary Jewish Topics Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Bread & Bible Shiur with Rabbi Topp
Summer Kollel
BMW - Beit Midrash for Women
Tue, 28 July 2015 12 Av 5775
Shabbat starts Friday: 7:37PM
Shabbat ends Saturday: 8:37PM