Justice, justice, you shall pursue
Congregation Beth El has a longstanding commitment to social action – setting in motion the ideals and values of our traditions through deeds of justice and compassion. Our community offers wonderful opportunities to respond to the imperfections of our world by engaging in meaningful service such as:
- Providing health care for the uninsured
- Directing charitable funds in insightful, purposeful ways
- Feeding the poor
- Advocating on behalf of the vulnerable
- Lending a caring hand to Jewish communities around the globe
- Empowering others to learn and succeed
- Supporting and comforting those in their time of need
As we pursue the important work of creating a better world, we strengthen the relationships within our congregation and broaden our connections to other communities. In doing so, we develop a better awareness and understanding of our responsibility to each other. We show that we care, mentor our children and create meaningful change.
All are invited and encouraged to participate in the work of social justice. Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome.
December 10th at 7PM
January 12th at 11:15AM
February 11th at 7PM
March 9th at 11:15AM
April 8th at 7PM
May 4th at 11:15AM
June 10th at 7PM
Please contact Anne Kottler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tikkun Olam Events
The American Red Cross Blood Drive is coming to Beth El again
Wednesday, December 11th, 2pm – 7pm
To schedule an appointment, please go to www.redcrossblood.org
(Enter Zip Code 01776 and look for Beth El), or call 1-800-733-2767.
Questions? Able to help out with the drive? Contact Jordan Oshlag @ email@example.com
Sunday, January 5th from 4-6PM
“Telón de agua,” also titled “Curtain of Water” (an allusion to the legendary Iron Curtain that isolated the ex-Soviet communist states), is photographer Joe Guerriero’s personal quest to make sense of the United States’ trade embargo on Cuba.
Ongoing Events & Donations Needed:
Family Table Donations needed
This month we are collecting cans of tuna and bags/boxes of BROWN rice no larger than one pound bags/ boxes. Please drop your donations off in the brown wooden box located outside of Rabbi Spicehandler’s office.
Please consider volunteering – Call 508-656-0740 or email Kim.firstname.lastname@example.org
“Thank you so much to everyone who is part of the MetroWest Free Medical Program! You took such good care of my mother. Everyone here is so nice to us, we feel like royalty! The doctors are really patient and we appreciate what you have done for her since she didn’t have insurance and couldn’t see a doctor anywhere else.” – Daughter of MW Free Medical Program patient