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January 2022

Havdalah

January 29 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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February 2022

Havdalah

February 5 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

February 12 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

February 19 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

February 26 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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March 2022

Havdalah

March 5 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

March 12 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

March 19 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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Havdalah

March 26 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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April 2022

Havdalah

April 2 @ 8:15 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 28, 2021

An event every week that begins at 8:15 pm on Saturday, repeating until August 27, 2022

Join Temple Beth El as we say “goodbye” to Shabbat together in this stirring, spiritual ritual.  “Havdalah” means “separation:” We separate the holiness and heightened consciousness marked by Shabbat from the mundane, but necessary daily rhythm of our lives through this ritual, acknowledging our reentry into the work week.  Email tberabbi.klein@gmail.com to learn more!

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