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Beth Tikvah Of Naples

            

1459 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL 34109 bethtikvahnaples@aol.com / (239)434-1818

RABBI CHORNY: rabbi@bethtikvah.us / (239)537-5257.

Regular Office hours Tues. & Thurs. 10am-noon. 

Best to call for appointment.  

OFFICE NOW OPEN. We are pleased to welcome Mary Margaret Gruszka, our new administrative assistant. Office hours: 

Monday through Friday - 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

 

See Downloads tab on left menu bar for membership applications, Youth Education Program registration, and other useful documents.

BETH TIKVAH IS PLEASED TO THANK THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF COLLIER COUNTY FOR GRANTS IN SUPPORT OF ITS YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAM, GERALD SAGER SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM, AND NAPLES JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL.

PASSOVER YOM TOV

Our Yom Kippur Yom Tov service with yiskor is on Friday, April 29 at 9:00pm. 

 SERVICES

Fridays at 6:15 p.m. / Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.

 Sunday morning minyan resumes in late fall. 

YOUTH EDUCATION:

Sundays 9am - noon; Wednesdays 4:30-6:30pm excluding holidays.

ADULT CLASSES with RABBI CHORNY

(call to make sure that class is being held.)

Jewish Perspectives Tuesdays at 12:15pm.

Intro. to Judaism Tuesdays at 7:00pm

The Observant Life 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7:30pm

COMING EVENTS: 

April 25 at 7:30pm / Book Group discusses The Sea Beach Line by Ben Nadler.

MAY ACTIVITIES

May 4 at 5:00pm / Community-Wide Yom HaShoah Commemoration at Temple Shalom.

*May 11 – Israel Night. We combine the moods of Yom Hazikaron and Yom Haatzmaut into one gathering at which we celebrate the birth of the modern state of Israel and remember those who have fought and died in Israel’s founding and defense. $10 light Israeli meal.

May 15 – From 1-4pm, we join with the entire community at Mercato for CELEBRATE ISRAELJoin in this multi-cultural event celebrating Israel on the 68th anniversary of its independence. Enjoy Israeli dancing, music by Simcha, games, speakers, crafts, art, food by Stage Deli, and a Mount Masada climbing wall. Visit 20 Israel-themed booths covering travel insights, science, medicine, communications and more. Volunteers needed. Call Phil at 598-2880.

May 23 –  Book Discussion Group will meet at 7:30pm to explore Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo by Boris Fishman. “Maya Shulman and Alex Rubin met in 1992, when she was a Ukrainian exchange student with “a devil in [her] head” about becoming a chef instead of a medical worker, and he the coddled son of Russian immigrants wanting to toe the water of a less predictable life. Twenty years later, Maya Rubin is a medical worker in suburban New Jersey, and Alex his father’s second in the family business. The great dislocation of their lives is their eight-year-old son Max—adopted from two teenagers in Montana despite Alex’s view that “adopted children are second-class.”

At once a salvation and a mystery to his parents—with whom Max’s biological mother left the child with the cryptic exhortation “don’t let my baby do rodeo”—Max suddenly turns feral, consorting with wild animals, eating grass, and running away to sit face down in a river.”

*May 26 – Lag B’Omer Picnic beginning 5pm at Veterans Park. $15 brings you a kosher picnic feast. Join in and support by bringing salads, other side dishes, beverages, condiments, and paper/plastic goods.

*Volunteers needed. Call Phil at 598-2880.

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Fri, 6 May 2016 28 Nisan 5776