Repair the World

Justice, justice, you shall pursue — Deuteronomy 16:20

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:


Fall 2014-Spring 2015 meetings begin at 11:15am

September 14th

October 12th

November 9th

December 14th

January 11th

February 8th

March 22nd

April 12th

May 10th

June 14th

Contributions Needed:

FAMILY TABLE NEEDS YOUR HELP - Each month we need to collect 45 cans of Tuna Fish and 45 boxes/bags of brown rice (no larger than 2 lbs). This is an ongoing endeavor so you can easily participate. Just drop off 2 lb bags of brown rice and tuna in the bin near the Religious School office.


Would you like to help a child learn to read?

 Join the Beth El Reading Partners and make a commitment to tutor once a week in Framingham during the 2014-2015 school year.

For more information about this mitzvah opportunity for the coming school year, contact:

Faith Szydlo, 978-635-0033,

Debby Young, 508-877-3677,


Coffee House for  a Cause

Mark your calendars: April 18, 2015 at 7pm!


Looking for a mitzvah to manage??? We are looking for a new coordinator for our Annual Blood Drive.

Coffee That Tastes Good and Does Good – Java nagila Fair Trade coffee Email Judy Goldberg at Tell her whether you want whole bean, French press, percolator grind, drip grind or espresso. And tell her whether you want dark roast, light roast or decaf. And then send her $60. (All checks to be made out to Judy Goldberg)

MetroWest Free Medical Program – Please consider volunteering – Call 508-656-0740 or email


We are looking for a few folks to join the Steering Committee for our newest program which is a Scholarship Program for immigrants. If you are interested in learning more please contact Joel Moskowitz –  or Steve Gutherz –


Want to get involved? Contact  or come to one of our next meetings.

ONGOING TIKKUN OLAM PROJECTS: Torah Panels for the :  Torah Stitch by Stitch project

Click here to read more about the group

In busy Boston, where it can takes weeks to make an appointment to see a friend, Beth El is an oasis where, when I make the effort, I find community, friendship, meaning and a Jewish home for my family.
— Michael B