TEMPLE BETH ELOHIM                                     


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

                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                         
             


                                                                                                       


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MAY - JUNE RISING STAR NEWSLETTER

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   LAY LEADERS

  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 Birnbaum

​Michele Gershman-Bennett

Randy Cavaliere

Lynn & Michael Davidson

Richard Dimentstein

Andy Friedman

Ariane Lieberman

THIS FRIDAY AT TEMPLE BETH ELOHIM

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A LAY LEADER?

For more information, Contact Seymour at Joyandseymour@gmail.com

Richard Dimentstein - President

Joy Birnbaum - Vice President

Tish Richter - Secretary

Michele Bennett - Treasurer

TRUSTEES
Seymour Birnbaum
Andy Friedman
Shirley Giegerich
Ariane Lieberman
Craig Lieberman

Carrol Sallas


​TBE LEADERSHIP

New temple phone number.

(843) 325-0389

For more information and articles, go to the URJ Website at

www.urj.org 

Torah portion: Behar 




Amid an alarming rise in antisemitic rhetoric and violence, the Union for Reform Judaism has joined with the Anti-Defamation League, the world’s leading anti-hate organization, in the creation of a multi-faceted partnership. The partnership will offer our organizations the opportunity to work together to respond to acts of antisemitism and hate. Together we will provide education, webinars, advocacy opportunities, and a digital resource that provides both congregations and individuals with the tools to respond to acts of antisemitism and hate in their communities.

The digital resource links the expertise of the ADL and the network of the URJ to better equip the Jewish community across North America to respond to and prevent acts of antisemitism and hate. The incident reporting form offers an opportunity to report acts of antisemitism and hate that have occurred in Reform congregations and communities, and allow for follow-up and assistance.