During the Coronavirus pandemic, we are connecting our community online. Please join us by either telephone or by computer/cell phone. Connection details for Shabbat events are sent via our email list or by contacting our Religious Committee Chairperson, Jill at email@example.com
The Beth El and Bethlehem Hebrew Congregations are doing a few things together this month. Besides the Purim Celebration , we are gathering online together for BHC's Kabbalat Shabbat services.
May 7- Kabbalat Shabbat with BHC, 5 PM
May 14 - Kabbalat Shabbat with BHC, 5 PM
May 21 - Kabbalat Shabbat with BHC, 5 PM
May 28- Shabbat Open House Online, Rene Rose, Leader & Host
Connection details for Shabbat events are sent via our email list or by contacting our Religious Committee Chairperson, Jill at mjsminkoff@gmail.
Sunday, May 16, 12 Noon and 1:00 PM.
Meet 12 Noon, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, St. J. at the Main Gate off Mt. Pleasant St. for a gentle walk through the Cemetery grounds.
1 PM meet in the Jewish section of the Cemetery for prayers, including Kaddish, reminiscing, Bring a lawn chair. Contact Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 10, 7:00 PM. We meet via Zoom. Board Members receive the link via email; others may contact Jill at email@example.com
Translating Torah text, learning prayers and liturgy, experiencing Shabbat and other holidays, being in solidarity with other VT Jewish communities, and taking private study opportunities such as preparing for adult Bat Mitzvah --our religious school programs are engaging both in the class room and beyond.
Contact Jill firstname.lastname@example.org
Kehillat Chesed supports and acknowledges congregants in good and difficult times.
~~For life events (birth, retirements, deaths).
~~To host others who might be alone for Shabbat or holidays.
~~For special occasions: birthday, graduation, or honor coming to you, family, or friends.
Contact Carol email@example.com
Our Jewish community has a section in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in St. Johnsbury. The landscaped parcel has over 100 plots. It was established in 1988. Engraved commemorative bricks are also available. Permission for burial and requests for bricks are made through the Synagogue.
Contact Rene firstname.lastname@example.org
Your support of the Synagogue sustains and strengthens us, ensuring everyone is welcome here, and allows us to respond to needs in the wider community.