Temple Beth Ami Philadelphia is a 60 year old tranditional Synagogue located in the NE section of Philadelphia
Temple Beth Ami Philadelphia is a 60 year old tranditional Synagogue located in the NE section of Philadelphia
Temple Beth Ami Philadelphia is a 60 year old tranditional Synagogue located in the NE section of Philadelphia
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TEMPLE BETH AMIEVENTS

JUNE, JULY AUGUST 2018

Sunday, June 17th:

Father’s Day

Sunday, June 24th:

ANNUAL CONGREGATION MEETING & ELECTION at 10:30 AM

Saturday, June 30th:

Rabbi Mitchell Novitsky will be officiating Services starting at 9:00 AM

Sunday, July 1st Tzom Tammuz / צום תמוז :

The Seventeenth of Tammuz (Hebrew: שבעה עשר בתמוז , Shiv'ah Asar b'Tammuz) is a Jewish fast day commemorating the breach of the walls of Jerusalem before the destruction of the Second Temple. It falls on the 17th day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz and marks the beginning of the three-week mourning period leading up to Tisha B'Av. Like other minor fasts, Tzom Tammuz begins at dawn and ends at nightfall. Wednesday, July 4th: Independence Day

Saturday, July 21st Shabbat Chazon / שבת חזון :

"Sabbath of vision" takes its name from the Haftarah read on the Shabbat prior to the mournful fast of Tisha B'Av, words of rebuke and doom from the Book of Isaiah 1:1-27. Referred to as Black Sabbath due to its status as saddest Shabbat of the year. Begins at sundown on July 20th.

Sunday, July 22nd Tish'a B'Av / ט׳ באב / תשעה באב :

Annual fast day in Judaism, named for the ninth day (Tisha) of the month of Av. The fast commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, which occurred about 655 years apart, but on the same Hebrew calendar date. Since this year the 9th of Av falls on Shabbat when the fast can never be observed it is postponed until the 10th of Av. Begins at sundown on July 21st.

Friday, July 27th Tu B'Av / טו באב :

Celebrated in Israel as a holiday of love on the 15th of Av (Hebrew: ,חג האהבה Hag HaAhava), similar to Valentine's Day and some say "great day for weddings". Begins at sundown on July 26th.

Saturday, July 28th Shabbat Nachamu / שבת נחמו :

"Sabbath of comfort/ing takes its name from the haftarah from Isaiah in the Book of Isaiah 40:1-26 that speaks of "comforting" the Jewish people for their suffering. It is the first of seven haftarahs of consolation leading up to Rosh Hashanah. Begins at sundown on July 27th.

Sunday, July 29th:

Possible TBA Event – A night of food & entertainment… anyone interested in attending should contact the office for more information.

Saturday, August 11th Rosh Chodesh Elul / ראש חודש אלול :

New Hebrew month of Elul the 6th month of the Hebrew year. Corresponds to August or September on the Gregorian calendar. Begins at sundown August 10th.

 

CANDLE LIGHT TIMES  

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Korach

Friday, June 15, 2018/Tammuz 2, 5778

Light Candles at 8:13 PM

Saturday, June 16, 2018/Tammuz 3, 5778

Shabbat Ends 9:21 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Chukat

Friday, June 22, 2018 / Tammuz 9, 5778

Light Candles at 8:15 PM

Saturday, June 23, 2018 Tammuz 10, 5778

Shabbat Ends 9:23 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Balak   

Friday, June 29, 2018 / Tammuz 16, 5778

Light Candles at 8:15 PM

Saturday, June 30, 2018 / Tammuz 17, 5778

Shabbat Ends 9:23 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Pinchas              

Friday, July 6, 2018 / Tammuz 23, 5778

Light Candles at 8:14 PM

Saturday, July 7, 2018     Tammuz 24, 5778

Shabbat Ends 9:21 PM


 

TEMPLE BETH AMI

WORSHIP SCHEDULE:

Services / שירותים

Monday morning: 7:30 am with Breakfast to follow
Monday evening: 8:00 pm
Thursday morning: 7:30 am with Breakfast to follow
Thursday evening: 8:00 pm
Friday evening: 8:00 pm with Oneg Shabbat
Saturday morning: 9:00 am with Kiddush
Sunday morning: 9:00 am with Breakfast to follow

Complimentary coffee, tea, soda and cake are served after the service on Friday and there is a Kiddush with cake, juice and wine after Saturday Shabbat service. On Monday, Thursday and Sunday morning, for those who would like to stay, we have breakfast after the morning Minyan for a $3.00 donation.

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