unless otherwise noted within the calendar below:
Monday through Thursday: 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Fridays: 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
Friday night services:
Services are held on Friday evenings
only in conjunction with other programming or special occasions.
Times are noted within each monthly calendar.
Saturday morning services:
Services in the Orthodox Kehillah begin at 9:00a.m.
Services in the main sanctuary begin at 9:30a.m.
Weekday minyanim in the
Sunday mornings at 9:30a.m. (suspended
June through August)
Wednesday mornings at *8:00a.m. followed
by a text study
*7:45am on Rosh Chodesh
Please let the office know in advance if you need to say Kaddish,
even if a minyan has already been scheduled for that day.
Torah Classes (Academic Year):
Sundays: 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. preK-7th grades
Wednesdays: 4:15p.m.-6:00p.m. 2nd-6th grades
Saturdays: 9:00a.m.-9:45a.m. 6th & 7th grade as Bar/Bat Mitzvah
7th grade also meets 5pm-7pm on Friday evenings that are followed
by Erev Shabbat services (see dates within calendar below).
We offer a variety of Friday night & Saturday morning options
for various age groups. Click here for details & specific dates.
morning Mishnah study group: Saturdays,
8:45am in the Freedman Center. All are welcome.
babysitting (ages 1-7): Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm (starts
at 11:15 on Tot Shabbat weeks)
Community Conversation Regarding United Synagogue
Sunday, February 15th, 11am, Social Hall
Join us for a conversation about our membership in United Synagogue
of Conservative Judaism (USCJ). Pat Fischer will facilitate conversations
discussing the value of USCJ to us and what ways we want to support
and connect to the greater Conservative movement. This initial
conversation will be open to everyone.
We will have additional
meetings as needed
to explore with ritual leaders (gabbaim and shlichai tzibbur),
lay leaders, and parents who may have a more specific need for
some of the services of USCJ. We will conclude with a final meeting
to report what we've heard back to the community and discuss what
are our next steps.
YOGA AT BETH EL SYNAGOGUE
Gentle Movement, Meditation, Relaxation
Location: Beth El Synagogue Freedman Center
1004 Watts Street, Durham, NC
Select Saturday Mornings, *10:00–11:00 am
August 16, 2014
September 13, 2014
October 11, 2014
November 22, 2014 (Synaplex, 9:45-10:40am)
December 20, 2014
January 10, 2015
18, 2015 (Synaplex, 9:45-10:40am)
• Anyone who is looking for healthy ways to relieve the physical
and mental stresses of illness – yours or that of a family
• Those who are grieving
• Those with and without yoga experience (mats/props are available
for your use)
Benefits of Healing Yoga
• Helps the recovery process; addresses fatigue, soreness,
stiffness, anxiety, and depression; deals with balance, bone loss,
immunity, and flexibility; brings peace of mind.
additional information about the class, contact Margie
Satinsky, RYT, 919-383-5998 or email@example.com
should wear comfortable clothing.
After the class, all are welcome to join the Beth El worship service
and /or Kiddush lunch.
With generous support,
Beth El has raised the funds to purchase yoga mats, straps, foam
blocks, blankets, bolsters, and eye bags. These props help participants
feel comfortable as they sit, move, and meditate.
Please join us, or if
you know someone who might benefit from healing yoga, consider coming
as a buddy. All are welcome.