Beth Tfiloh has so many ways for you to learn, engage, pray and get involved. Check out our complete calendar below to find the opportunities that are most interesting and meaningful for you and your family.
Grandparents and grandchildren are invited to come spend some quality time making Sukkah decorations with our shlichim, Shani and Matan Shefler. Enjoy snacks and take home beautiful decorations for your sukkah. This event is for Preschool and Lower School children and their grandparents. Register HERE
Lower School and Middle School students can meet us after services for a light lunch and sukkah hop through the neighborhood with activities and treats! There will be separate routes for LS and MS students. Children do not need to be accompanied by an adult. Register HERE by Monday, October 3 at 9 am.
Be empowered and energized in your influential role as a Jewish grandparent. Join fellow grandparents for a delicious dinner in the sukkah followed by a candid conversation with Jewish Grandparents Network co-founder Lee Hendler and Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg as they explore Jewish grandparents’ most important priorities, how to navigate complex family dynamics, and ways to connect more deeply with your grandchildren. Register HERE by October 6 at 9 am.
Beth Tfiloh women and girls of all ages can come together for a meaningful Simchat Torah experience. Women will read Torah and receive aliyot. If you would like to participate as a reader, please contact Sheri Knauth at Sknauth@btfiloh.org.
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