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Shabbat Shuva Drasha from Rabbi Segal: This afternoon at 5:00pm, Rabbi Segal will deliver a Shabbat Shuvah Drasha over Zoom. The link to sign in is:

Mazal tov to Bruce Giller on the birth of a new granddaughter, Mina Chava. Mazel Tov to parents Yosef and Sara Gillers and to Sara’s parents Menachem and Rena Schnaidman. May she be raised in Torah, Chupah and Maasim Tovim.

Mazel Tov to the Levenson family on the birth of a baby girl, Sarit Ilana, to Noah and Abby Levenson. May they raise her to Torah, Chupah and Maasim Tovim.

Sunday Shacharit, Mincha and Weekday Minyan registration can be found at:

Erev Yom Kippur Mincha will take place in the tent on the lot across the street from the shul on Sunday at 2:00pm. To sign up for the minyan go to

Pre Yom Kippur Virtual Yizkor and Message from Rabbi Segal will take place on Sunday at 3:00pm

at the following link:

Zoom Kol Nidre: The 6:00pm indoor Kol Nidre will be zoomed for the paragraph of “Kol Nidre” ONLY, not for Maariv that follows. Shehechiyanu should not be recited before the zoom is concluded and one is ready to accept Yom Tov. The zoom link is:

From Lilian Keehn - Thank you to the whole Beth El community. “No words can express my appreciation for all the sensitive and warm words you expressed in emails, texts, phone calls, and cards. The ongoing delicious food throughout the week and through Rosh Hashanah was so helpful. I am feeling a deep void having lost my sister, but this community has been so supportive. Thank you! Wishing you all a happy, healthy, and peaceful year.”

High Holiday Seating: Thank you for your cooperation with High Holiday seating this year. Everyone who registered for seats should have received their seating assignments for Yom Kippur along with their minyan’s schedule. If you have not received your assignments or you have any questions email

Zoom Zhug: Join George Kirby and the community this Wednesday, Sept 30th from 7:30-9:00pm in a zoom party to make some mouth-watering zhug. See flier below. Recipe and other details can be found in your email.

Parasha & Popsicles: All 2-7 years old are invited to come hear a story and enjoy a cool treat on Shabbat at 10:45am. This event will take place behind the shul in the davening tent. Please note that a parent needs to stay with the child(ren) through the duration of the program. All social distancing and mask wearing protocols will be observed. Registration required at For more information contact Ellie Riesel at

Lulav Orders: This year The NewtonLulav Team will again be selling lulav and esrog sets with a percentage of every sale going to Tzedakah. Sets can be ordered at, where you can also find further information, in particular about some changes to the logistics this year due to COVID.

Semichat Chaver: The Semichat Chaver program will take place this coming Tuesday at 8:00pm. A zoom link will be sent out by email. For more information please contact Rabbi Segal at