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May 4, 2018  RSS feed
Congregations

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Cong. Beth Am

Cocktail conversations: Some important conversations are better had in a relaxed atmosphere, maybe with a drink in hand. So, come to Cocktail Convos, the temple’s newest way to learn and socialize together. Each month congregants will gather for casual but serious discussion – it might be related to current events, or maybe to our lives as Jews [and partners to Jews]. The next one will take place on Sunday, May 27 at 7 p.m. The discussion topic will be “Interfaith – How does Judaism/CBA look to the non-Jews among us?” This event will be held at GrillSmith at the Shops of Wiregrass. Everyone is welcome. RSVPs are requested, but not necessary. RSVP to admin@BethAmTampa.org

Shavuot services: On Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. there will be dessert, Havdallah and Shavuot services. For more information, contact Admin@BethAmTampa.org

Talmud study: An ongoing group is now deeply into Tractate Sanhedrin, where they are learning the ins and outs of the ancient Jewish legal system. It is fascinating stuff, and drop-ins and “just want to try it out’s” are always welcome. The next sessions are on Thursdays, May 17 and 24 at 9:30 a.m. at the synagogue.

For more information contact Admin@ BethAmTampa.org.

Israeli dancing: Lessons in Israeli dancing are offered every Tuesday at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Irma Polster at Ipolster@TampaBay.rr.com or call the temple office.


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