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July 26, 2017
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Welcome Rabbi Sara Metz!

Rabbi Sara Metz grew up in North Haven, Connecticut and graduated with a BA in American Studies and Near East and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University.  She received rabbinic ordination from The Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and master’s degrees in Jewish Education and Rabbinic Studies at the American Jewish University. Rabbi Metz loves to study and discuss each week’s Torah portion, gleaning modern insights from an ancient text.  She loves to get outside hiking or biking, Rabbi Metz also loves to bake challah every week for shabbat, cook new recipes, crochet, knit. During Sukkot in 2007 she and Lev met enjoying dinner in the sukkah.  They were married in 2010 and have been blessed with two sons, Doron and Eitan. Rabbi[...]

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August 1, 2017
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Summer is in full swing at Beth Mordecai

Fri Aug 4 at 7:30 pm <<Scotch and Sushi>> Sat Aug 5 <<NO SERVICES>> Fri Aug 11 at 8 pm and Sat Aug 12 at 10 am <<Welcome Rabbi Sara Metz!>> Click links for more information.

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Summer is in full swing at Beth Mordecai

Fri Aug 4 "Scotch and Sushi" Chill the summer heat with a special event after services: 7:30pm Services (note special start time) 8-ish Festivities $18 per person. Please sign up in advance. officebethmordecai@gmail.com or 732-442-1373. Sat Aug 5 **No Services!** Fri Aug 11 and Sat Aug 12 Welcome Rabbi Sara Metz Special oneg Fri night following services at regular 8pm start time. Special kiddush luncheon Sat morning following services at regular 10am start time.

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Rabbi's Journal

July 25, 2017
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Donate to Beth Mordecai every time you buy on Amazon

It's free! Amazon calls it the "Amazon Smile" program. Amazon will make a donation to Beth Mordecai every time you shop. Just click on this link to set it up: amazon smile. Then, whenever you shop, go to smile.amazon.com (instead of  amazon.com). Bookmark it!

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May 5, 2017
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An Evening Honoring Rabbi Ari Saks

Our Jewish home for the soul is honoring Rabbi Ari Y. Saks on Sunday, June 11.

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February 10, 2017
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Rebirth Project

February 7, 2017
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Rebirth Project

Rebirth is Beth Mordecai's 3-year project to establish a firm foundation for Beth Mordecai's future. The project involves strategic planning, outreach, and fundraising. We have immediate needs to address, such as paying for our new roof. And we have plans to explore, such as the possibility of starting a new religious school. Stay tuned for events and other ways to pitch in. In the meantime, click the links below to find out more or download a pledge form! The Times They are A-Changing - Rebirth Letter PledgeForm - Rebirth Pledge form

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Beth Mordecai Community Input Survey

Community Input Survey Let us know what you want to see happen at Beth Mordecai and how you want to get involved! Loading...

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February 6, 2017
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Rebirth Project

Rebirth is Beth Mordecai’s 3-year project to establish a firm foundation for Beth Mordecai’s future. Stay tuned for events and more ways you can help this vital project. Click the title link for more information.

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December 16, 2016
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Rabbi Saks’ Letter to the Community about his future

Dear Hevreh, My very first day as rabbi of Beth Mordecai, I excitedly penned an email entitled “DAY 1” to share the “first step” in my rabbinic journey at Beth Mordecai. Now, nearly 1700 days since that first email, I write this letter with very different emotions to tell you that the next step in my rabbinic journey will take me in a different direction, and that after June 30, 2017 I will no longer be the rabbi of Beth Mordecai. I can’t even begin to consider the impact of all the days I’ve counted, all of the steps I’ve taken along my rabbinic journey with you. How can I truly relate the emotions of the times we’ve laughed together, cried together,[...]

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