VIRTUALLY BETH DAVID
February 1, 2020 - March 12, 2021
EVERY FRIDAY SHABBAT, 6:30PM:
Stay for virtual Oneg afterward…BYO
Torah Study most Saturday mornings, 9:15am
Uncomfortable Conversation, December 7, 7:00pm ET
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 972 2699 6397
You are invited to join the fifth “Uncomfortable Conversations” on Zoom, devoted to the issue of race in the country. Please share this invitation with others who may be interested to participate.
These meetings are intended to provide learning opportunities from personal stories and experiences of people who have been directly affected. In this light, the link below is an excellent history lesson. It is rather a long clip but make sure you watch it to the end!
The speaker for the next “Uncomfortable Conversations” series is Vernyce Dannells. Vernyce is a performance poet/writer/storyteller. Born in Chicago, she is a first generation, mixed heritage triplet. Alternating between coasts in corporate public relations/information roles most of her professional life, she spent a challenging adolescence in Milwaukee’s inner city, where the streets/times were the arena of Jeffrey Dahmer’s killings, heated civil rights unrest and National Guard occupation. A Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course graduate, with features regularly aired on local and National Public Radio stations, her chapbook Temporarily Abated has been published by Cadenza Press. Her work has appeared in a broad array of national and international publications, festivals and online sites.
Community Conversations on HOW TO BE AN ANTI-RACIST
by Ibraham X. Kendi
Mondays, 7:00-8:00pm • November 9 • December 14
Register in advance for the November 9 meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting, as well as specific excerpts from the book that will be the focus of our conversations.
Introduction to Judaism!
Temple Sholom in Broomall 10/12 – 12/21, 2020
The goal of URJ’s Introduction to Judaism program is to give seekers a strong foundation for participation in the Jewish community and to empower them to further explore Judaism. Weekly classes are augmented by Shabbat programs and additional experiential components. Introduction to Judaism courses are a minimum of 15 sessions or 30 hours, including experiential components.
Your Vote is Your Future
The Social Action Sh’ma group is soliciting your help to GET OUT THE VOTE.
All details can be found here.
BETH DAVID MEMBERS OFFER THEIR HELP AND EXPERTISE
- Living Room Shabbat, Every Friday, 6:30 pm
Meeting ID: 810 166 610
By phone (646) 558-8656
- Torah Study, Every Saturday, 9:30am
Will be lay led for the remainder of the summer. For Zoom link contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Join via Video Conference (Zoom Meeting):
You can choose to share your own video or not. Click on the hyperlink, or download the Zoom app from a smartphone or computer. If you need a tutorial, Beth David Zoom Meeting Quick Reference.
- To stream via Facebook:
This option will allow you to watch the video, but we will not be able to see you, and you will not be able to participate in the discussion. You do not need a Facebook account to stream, and you can watch in real time or afterward. Torah Study will not be streamed on Facebook.Visit https://www.facebook.com/BethDavidReform/
TORAH STUDY, SATURDAY MORNINGS
Every Saturday morning Torah Study, 9:15am (this will not be Livestreamed)
Interested in knowing more about Beth David’s Religious School?
Contact Rabbi Kevin Bernstein
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NOTE REGARDING VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING – Please be advised that religious services, workshops, and other Beth David programs conducted remotely through Zoom or other platforms may be recorded and posted on the Beth David website, Beth David’s Facebook page, or other outlets accessible by the general public. Beth David members and non-members participating in our remote programming should be mindful of this protocol.