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Minyan times are as follows: Wednesdays & Fridays at 7:30 am and Sundays at 8:45 am. We will continue to have weekday minyan by request only. These can be scheduled at 7:30 am or 7:30pm (if evening minyan is preferred). Click HERE to email a minyan request. If you have a lifecycle emergency, please contact Hazzan Matthew Austerklein at 330.664.9494.

Services for Shabbat Mornings are on Saturdays at 9:15 am and will be live streamed below. Our Lev Tahor Service that happens on the 2nd Friday of each month at 7pm will also be live streamed.

 

 

A BIT ABOUT US 


The Akron Jewish community has a rich history of involvement in the community from its members. We are a sacred community dedicated to growing Jewishly. We seek to provide a wide range of spiritual, cultural, social, and lifelong learning experiences to all who are looking for a vibrant and inclusive Jewish community.

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UPCOMING    

                 Click here to Register for                                   PURIM, PIZZA, & PARODY                     MARCH 20                                      5:30pm Dinner                        6:15pm Megillah ReadingsShpiel

             Click here to Register for                                   PURIM - LUNCH & LEARN              MARCH 21 @NOON          Join us for The Whole Megillah.... & Lunch! Drop by during lunch and hear the Megillah read     & enjoy lentil soup and a baked potato bar.

                    Click here to Register for                                        Beth El’s 2nd Night Seder                       Saturday, April 20   5:30pm             A traditional Seder Service filled with songs, readings & discussions followed by a wonderful Kosher Seder meal.    

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FOR REFLECTION

At Yom Kippur services, Rabbi Elyssa discussed what change has meant for us as a people. Let's continue the conversation throughout the year as we look at and respond to these questions:

  • What are the seeds you wish to plant for your descendants?
  • How can our faith renew us to embrace change?
  • How is change a holy part of the unfolding story of our people?
  • How might you allow meaningful change to enter your life personally?

New! Beth El Care Team

Interested in being a part of our Beth El Caring Team?

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Shabbat Shalom Bereavement Group

On the last Shabbat of the month, beginning on January 26, there will be an open grief support group - all are welcome, and no RSVP is necessary. Sessions are facilitated by a professional grief counselor in coordination with Jewish Family Services. The funding for this program is made possible through a grant from the Edward I. Abramson JCBA Programming Fund. The group will meet from 12:15-1:45 PM following the extended Kiddush after services. For more questions, please email Hazzan Matthew Austerklein

  Kiddush 
 

Have a special occasion to celebrate? Consider becoming a member of our Kiddush Club!

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