Wednesday - January 29, 2020
Week 5

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4:00 PM-6:15 PM Wednesday Religious School - Fd Youth Resouce, Rm 11, Rm 12, Rm 13, Rm 14, Rm 15, Rm 16, Rm 17, Rm 18, Rm 19, Rm 20

Wednesday Religious School
Wednesday school is designed for students in 3rd - 7th grades. The curriculum is divided into two sessions. The first class is Modern Hebrew, followed by a second class where students choose from different electives during the school year. Classes offered include art, cooking, debate, Jewish theater, Jewish story-telling, and more. 
 Click here for school registration forms. Open to the Jewish community at large.

6:45 PM-9:30 PM Purim Shpiel Rehearsals - Sanctuary

Purim Shpiel Rehearsals for cast members only
5:00 PM-6:30 PM Teen Program: It Is Not In Heaven - Fd Youth Resouce, Board Room

It Is Not in Heaven  
Calling all teens!  Please join us for a wonderful year of learning on Wednesdays, from 5:00-6:30 pm.  A light dinner will be served each session. Rabbi Petersohn will be teaching a class called “It is not in Heaven”.  This class will be co-created by the students and Rabbi Petersohn to address important issues for young people today, exploring these topics in a Jewish context, and where the students find themselves in relation to Jewish tradition.Click herefor school registration forms. Wednesday school is open to members of the Jewish community at large.

7:00 PM-7:30 PM MINYAN - Beit T'Fillah

We are looking to include as many members of our Beth David family as possible in this wonderful tradition that brings comfort to our mourners and gives each of us a daily opportunity to connect with our soul, our community and our God.
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM The Pianist of Willesden Lane – Theatreworks - (Offsite)

The Pianist of Willesden Lane – Theatreworks
Holding fast to dreams of concert success, a young Jewish pianist escapes Vienna via the Kindertransport, arriving in England at the outset of World War II. In a stunning, nationally-acclaimed performance, concert pianist Mona Golabek recounts her mother’s poignant saga of hope and resilience, underscored with extraordinary music from Bach, Beethoven, and many more. Created by TheatreWorks favorite Hershey Felder, it celebrates the power of music to transcend even the darkest of times.
Please RSVP by emailing Hazak by January 14th.