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Seymour Birnbaum - Rituals & Cemetery

Andy Friedman

Shirley Giegerich 

Craig Lieberman

AJ Giegerich

Carrol Sallas


Shabbat Shalom!

Friday, May 29th, Temple Beth Elohim will welcome the Sabbath with temple members, via a Zoom Shabbat!

Andy Friedman will once again be serving as host for the service.  SHIRLEY GIEGERICH & MICHELE BENNETT will be conducting the service, with the participation of MICHELE, lighting Sabbath candles, EILEEN KRAMER singing Misheberach, CINDY DANZEK reciting the prayer over the wine, and RANDY CAVALIERE reciting the Hamotzi.  The evening will conclude with remarks from temple president, RICHARD DIMENTSTEIN.



  Temple Beth Elohim has Lay Leaders who conduct Shabbat Services every Friday night.  We are grateful for their commitment and leadership and the unique individuality each brings to our services.  They are:

Joy & Seymour Birnbaum

​Michele Gershman-Bennett

Lynne & Michael Davidson

Richard Dimentstein

Andy Friedman

Shirley Giegerich

Eileen Kramer

Ariane Lieberman

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May 29, 2020

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From our Temple Beth Elohim President, Richard Dimentstein...

PLEASE NOTE:  we have a new temple phone number.

(843) 325-0389


Richard Dimentstein - President

Joy Birnbaum - Vice President

Tish Richter - Secretary

Michele Bennett - Treasurer

Dear Members and Friends of Temple Beth Elohim,

Today will be the sixth Sabbeth that we will not be welcoming her in our sanctuary.  It is so sad to think of our temple sitting empty these evenings.

This is also the sixth Shabbat that our Tzedakah Box will remain empty. A couple of the charities that we have been supporting distribute food to children and others in need (Back Pack Buddies and Helping Hand).  The donations they usually receive are down and the need for their distributions have increased.  Their funds are very low.

Even though we are not at temple to place our donations, we could collect funds from our members and friends and distribute them where they are needed.  Please consider sending a donation by making a check payable to TMEPLE BETH ELOHIM, marking the memo line Tzedakah and mailing it to:

Temple Beth Elohim
P. O. Box 571
Georgetown, SC  29442-0571

Stay safe.  Stay healthy.
Shabbat shalom,

Richard Dimentstein, President



TEMPLE BETH ELOHIM                                     

             A Reform Congregation                                                                                           ...a blend of faith and friendship
                  Georgetown, SC                                                                                                                  for over 100 years.