Temple Beth Elohim
Georgetown, South Carolina ...a blend of faith and friendship for over 100 years.
What's Happening At TBE?
We proudly and sadly present the last quilt, #1,700, created by Annette
Vinik. Temple Beth Elohim women have been making and donating beautiful
baby quilts and knit hats for Dr. Paul Hletko's practice, Georgetown Pediatric Center, for 8 years. It's time to wrap up the project, as Dr.
Hletko will be retiring and the practice is changing ownership.
Thank you to all of the dedicated quilters and knitters!
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Our tradition, following the Shabbat service, is to join hands as we say the blessing over the challah!
REGULARY SCHEDULED EVENTS
Havdalah The Havdalah service marks the end of Shabbat and the start of the work
week. The Havdalah service should take place no earlier than nightfall on Saturday
night. Nightfall has been said to be when three stars can be seen in the
sky. For convenience, our Havdalah begins at 6:00.
Three things are needed for this ritual: a glass of wine, some fragrant spices, and a special Havdalah candle.
conduct a short Havdalah service reciting a prayer before lighting the
special Havdalah candle, smelling and passing the fragrant spices to all
attending, saying a prayer over the wine, quenching the candle in the
wine and finally singing Eliyahu HaNavi. CHECK THE CALENDAR FOR DATES AND LOCATIONS.
Adult Sunday School
Sunday School meets on a quarterly basis and is led by Rabbi Deborah Slavitt at members' homes. Be ready for exciting and interesting discussion!
We begin at 10:00 am with bagels and coffee and conclude around noon.
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Board Meetings are held at 6:00 pm prior to Friday night services. The meetings are open, and visitors are encouraged!
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