Happening this Shabbat
Our Shabbat Evening Service takes place in Shul and on Zoom at 18h00 (6 PM) on Friday evening. Please join us at either “venue”, and if you choose to be there in person, please join us for the Brocha in the Janks Hall thereafter.
The Shabbat Morning Service will be on the Veranda leading onto the Garden and on Zoom at 09h30. The Brocha will be in the Courtyard.
Brocha sponsorships and donations
This Friday evening’s Brocha was kindly sponsored by Nate Herscovitz and Charlotte Livingstone. A reminder to please “feed” the Perspex donation boxes on each table or the wooden donation box to one side of the venue. We would like to maintain this popular custom at Beit Emanuel in 2022 and beyond, but the only way we can continue to do so is through sponsorships and donations.
Sound and video streaming problems
We apologise for the sound and video streaming problems we encountered last week. Our technical team and musicians held a dress rehearsal earlier this week, and we’ll be doing a sound check at 5 PM on Friday evenings to iron out any bugs.
ARZENU Beit Emanuel
ARZENU Beit Emanuel are thrilled to announce that Rabbi Josh Weinberg, the head of ARZA USA will be joining us for our first activity of 2022, a virtual Havdalah ceremony this Saturday evening (5 Feb 22 at 18h30/6.30 PM). Please join us on Zoom using the following Zoom meeting details:
Topic: ARZENU Beit Emanuel Event/Meeting/Service
Meeting ID: 863 6656 9000, Passcode: 62mDKa5t
Watch this space for details of future activities, which we hope will include a greater in-person component.
Jewish Festivals and Holidays for 2022
Our official schedule of observed Jewish festivals and holy days for 2022 (5782/3) has now been published on the Beit Emanuel website at the following location. Evening/morning and other service details will be published closer to the relevant holidays.