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Please consider attending a Minyan service. Our Sunday morning Minyan services are at 8:30 AM.  Your attendance is very much appreciated.  All are welcome.

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Friday, Nov 21, 8:00 PM

Friday Night Services & Oneg Shabbat

Friday, Nov 28

No Services

Friday, Dec 5, 6:00 PM

Family Ruach Services**

6 PM - Family Friendly Service

7 PM - Vegetarian Potluck Supper

**This is not a children's service.  It is geared toward adults and children of all ages.

Sunday, Dec 7, 9:30 AM

Board of Directors meeting

Friday, Dec 12

No Services

Sunday, Dec 14, 10:00 AM

Author Penny Rosenwasser discusses her book "Hope into Practice - Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite our Fears"

Sunday, Dec 16

Erev Chanukah

Friday, Dec 19, 8:00 PM

Friday Night Services & Oneg Shabbat

Sunday, Dec 21, 4:00 PM

Chanukah Party

Friday, Dec 26, 8:00 PM

Friday Night Services & Oneg Shabbat

Sunday, Dec 28 9:00 AM

Lox and Learning with Rabbi Berman

 

 

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Temple B'Nai Israel
1 Wave Avenue
Revere, MA 02151


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Office Hours
 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
 8:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Secretary, Rose Wool
781-284-8388
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Temple B'Nai Israel is ...

A place to worship and nurture your soul.
A place for learning.
A place to belong.
A place to connect.
A Place of Strength and Beauty
...and Possibilities

We are a contemporary synagogue in a traditional setting.

What is timeless with what is relevant in our daily lives.


Friendly + Warm + Inclusive + Egalitarian + English and Hebrew


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Events and Ongoing


 

Friday November 21, 8:00PM

Shabbat Services

Regular Friday night services and oneg

 

Shabbat 

 


 

Friday December 5, 6:00PM

 Family Ruach Shabbat
**Family Friendly Service at 6 PM
Potluck Supper at 7 PM

This family friendly service is accessible to children but is geared toward people of all ages. The evening includes traditional liturgy with new songs (accompanied by drum and guitar) followed by a vegetarian/dairy potluck dinner.

For supper, please bring a vegetarian dish to share (milk and eggs are fine, no meat or fish) along with a note card that lists ingredients. 

Let Debby Levenson know what you are bringing or let her know you need a suggestion for what to bring. Click here to  

 

**The family friendly service is not a children's service. It is geared toward all adults and children of all ages.

 



 

Sunday December 14, 10:00 AM

 

 

Author Penny Rosenwasser
discusses her book

"Hope into Practice - Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite our Fears"

 

Hope into Practice 72dpi

 

 

 

 


Life experience has taught me that the better we feel about who we are and where we come from, the better we’ll treat other people—and the more positive/powerful our activism will be in creating a just and generous world. And the more joyful, expansive and meaningful our own lives will be. That’s the bottom line of Hope into Practice.


Volunteers needed

Ha'achalat Re'evim/Feeding the Hungry

Food Pantry“You shall not harden your heart, nor shut your hand from your needy brother, but…lend him sufficient for his need.”   ~ Deuteronomy 15:7

 Food Pantry

Volunteers needed Wednesday evenings
 between 5:00 and 8:30 PM

Our volunteering at the First Congregational Church food pantry continues to help those in need in our community.  This time of year more than every the food pantry needs your help. 

Please consider volunteering on a Wednesday evening between 5 pm- 8:30 pm.  Even an hour a month is a big help. When you arrive, ask for Wendy. She’ll be very excited to have more helpers. They are located at 230 Beach Street on the corner of Beach and School. Enter through the side door.  

For more information about what to donate and how the food pantry works please click here.

 

 


 

Tikkun Olam
Social Justice 
Repairing the World

 

Do Not Stand Idly By: A Jewish Community Pledge to Save Lives

 


 Jewish Book Shelf




The lending library in the vestry is free to all members. The collection is eclectic, ranging from prayer books and Talmud to Jewish novels and stories.

 

 

 

Book donations are always welcome

 

 

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Shofar CardMenorah Donation Card
For All Occasions

 
Beautiful Honor Cards for Sale!

These images are derived from stained glass windows in our sanctuary. The cards were custom designed by our Temple Secretary, accomplished artist, Rose Wool.

The Menorah card has words inside:  "A donation has been made to Temple B'nai Israel, Beachmont, Revere, MA".   

The Shofar card is blank, the perfect way to send greetings to friends and family for Rosh Hashanah, Chanukah and throughout the year.   

   

They are sold in packages or 6 for $25.  Click here for details.

 Both images (c) by Rose Wool

 

 

 

 

Temple B'Nai Israel

1 Wave Avenue

Revere, MA 02151