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The Shabbat Afternoon Shiur with Rabbi Segal will be at 7:25pm before Mincha on “Endangering One’s Life to Save Another.”

Mazel tov to Debra and Eitan Milgram on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Hadas. Mazel tov to Hadas’ grandparents Judy Gutis and Al and Dalia Milgram. May Hadas continue to grow and be a source of pride for her family and community.

Thank you to Debra and Eitan Milgram for sponsoring Kiddush this Shabbat in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter Hadas. Kiddush will take place in the Social Hall after Musaf followed by family related speeches in the Sanctuary.

Thank you to Judah Cohen for preparing the cholent for the Hashkama minyan.

The Six13 A Capella Group will be with us this Shabbat and will lead our congregation in Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday night, Musaf Shabbat morning, Zemirot during Kiddush, and Seudah Shlishiet.

Thank you to Debra and Eitan Milgram for sponsoring Six13 this Shabbat in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter Hadas.

Mazel tov to Susan and Alan Katz on the birth of a granddaughter, Sivan Cooper. Mazel tov to parents Aliza and Ariel Cooper. May they raise her to Torah ,Chupah and Ma’asim Tovim.

Bnei Akiva Snif this Shabbat will NOT be taking place

Seudah Shlishiet this Shabbat will take place in the Social Hall. Thank you to Dan and Donna Stanger for setting up.

Save the Date: Graduation Kiddush: We are organizing a Kiddush in honor of all our graduates on Shabbat, June 17th, 2023. If you are interested in participating as a co-sponsor in honor of a graduate in your family (Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High School, College, Graduate level), please follow this link: We will be publishing the names of our graduates in connection with the week’s Kishrei Kehillah, so please sign-up no later than 5:00pm on Thursday, June 15th. We look forward to celebrating our graduates together.

Save the Date: Shabbat Morning Services led by our Teens: Our teens will be joining the 9:00am Shabbat Morning Minyan on June 17th to lead Davening and give Divrei Torah in between Aliyot when leining the Parsha. Thank you to the teens who will be leading services, and to Sam Goldberger for organizing the teen participation for this morning as well as the other mornings throughout the year when the Teen Minyan takes place.

Save the Date: Scholar in Residence: Rachel Sharansky Danzinger: We will be welcoming Rachel Sharansky Danzinger on Shabbat June 15th, 2023 as the Scholar in Residence. Rachel is a Jerusalem-born writer and educator. Her past works have been published in The Times of Israel and Kveller, with her interest on the role of storytelling in Tanach. She will be speaking throughout Shabbat including Friday night at the home of Cheryl and Yakir Levine, and at Beth El following Musaf on Shabbat day, as well as Shabbat afternoon before Mincha. Please see the flier for further details and timing.

Annual Celebration and Adbook 5783/2023: This year, the shul’s annual ad book will be honoring the Andler family legacy at Congregation Beth El-Atereth Israel. Our shul, which was the first orthodox shul in Newton Centre, had its first minyanim in the home of Sam and Frieda Andler, z’l, the parents of Arnie Andler. Ever since then, the Andler family in general and Arnie in specific has played a major role in the growth of our shul and community. We have benefited much by the generosity and service of the founders of our community. Now it is time for us to step forward and continue their work by building a legacy of our own. There is no better way to express our appreciation to the Andler family and to Arnie than supporting the shul they love so much and have done so much for. Please consider placing an ad in this year’s annual tribute by going to the following link: Note that in addition to the general ad section, there is a memorial section where you can place an ad in memory of a loved one. The annual tribute adbook is one of the shul’s major fundraisers that allows us to continue our programming and promote the values of the Torah. More information to follow regarding a shul community event paying tribute to Arnie and the Andler family.

The Semichat Chaver Program will continue learning this Tuesday, June 6th at 7:00pm.