TEMPLE BETH EMET

1770 W. CERRITOS AVE.

ANAHEIM, CA 92804

Phone: 714-772-4720

Fax:     714-772-4710

Email: tbeanaheimshul@gmail.com

Weekly Newsletter

Mary Ann Malkoff,

Executive Director

Temple Beth Emet

Saturday, February 11 at 7:00 pm

 

Our long time TBE friend Donna Gilbert Vann wanted to let you know that The Spencer B. Gilbert M.D. Memorial Fund invites you to attend at no charge a lecture, dessert and coffee with Timeless Melodies Foundation Founder Larry Maurer on the topic of "The Jewish Contribution to Popular Music". This music historian will highlight the impact of the Jewish culture from great songwriters like Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin, George & Ira Gershwin and Harold Arlen. The event will be hosted at Congregation B'nai Israel, 2111 Bryan Avenue, Tustin.

 

Sunday, February 12 at 2:00 pm

Women's League Tu B'Shevat Seder  What? You haven't called the office to RSVP?! What were you thinking??? You know you don't want to miss this! I was just over in the kitchen with the Women's League volunteer-extraordinaire who promise to squeeze in a few more, so please come even if you haven't rsvp'd. Jean Franklin has outdone herself!

Monday, February 13 and Tuesday, February 21 at 7:00 pm

7:00 pm  Rabbi Berman’s Purim class continues! New dates are Monday, February 13 and Tuesday, February 21. Explore the timely life messages of the story of Purim as understood within the context of the historical circumstance. The Purim saga is a convergence of Babylonian might, Persian arrogance and the Jewish faith.


Next Sunday at 2:00 pm!  Call the office this week for Tickets!

 

Uncle Moishe’s Musical Review and Extravaganza!

 

Featuring Magic by The Phil Factor, Music by the singing group Aliya, Cantor Zev Brooks, Rabbi Marcia Tilchin and the NEW Most Interesting Man in the World - Uncle Moishe!

 

February 19 at 2:00 pm!!! You will be dazzled!

 


Friday, February 24   6:00 pm  Shabbat Dinner

7:30 pm  Erev Shabbat Service, Shabbat Shira with our TBE Choir and our speaker will be Rebbitzen Penelope Kieffer!

Penelope will tell us stories about the remarkable events that happened at the Mikveh. This is not your Bubbe's Mikveh. From brides to babies to conversion at the age of 80+ to special birthdays, you will be surprised at the reasons we use the Mikveh nowadays.  The stories are deeply inspiring and affirmative!

On this special Shabbat we will honor the contributions of the Temple Beth Emet Choir. Choir Director Carol Roman will be conducting and Cantor Zev Brooks will be doing a special tribute.

Hope you have a wonderful Shabbat - hope to see you soon!

 

Shalom u’vrakha (Peace and Blessings),

 Mary Ann