Shana Tova Tichateimu!
BEIT TORAH JEWISH CONGREGATION -
an Unaffiliated Jewish Community serving the Tri-city area of Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley & surrounding areas.
Kabbalat Shabbat zoom 4pm every Friday eve unless otherwise noted here! please email to request link.
Parashah summary below at end.
Greet every person with a pleasant face.
Receive every person in a cheerful manner.- Ethics of the Fathers 1:15; 3:16"
Look deep into Nature, and then you will understand everything better." Albert Einstein
"We have not inherited the earth from our ancestors --- we have borrowed it from our children." - ancient proverb.
The pandemic is now endemic epidemic and continuing with the omicron variants! and then there are the flu and other respiratory challenges...Get vaccinated and boostered! Use masks when prudent. BE SAFE!
5784 Free Calendars are available now!
Please call if you want one. Anyone needing a visit or meal, please call to arrange.
ALSO: FREE 100% COTTON FACE MASKS AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP COURTESY OF THE COUNTY.
all email is answered. if you do not get a prompt response, please write again... the gremlins may have been eating the mail...RSVP 928-227-0582 or Beit Torah 237-0390 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We exist thanks to the donations of our members and other interested parties. We are all volunteers and have no paid staff. If you would like to give a donation to help us continue our good works and pay for our overhead, please send your donations to:
Beit Torah c/o, 2004 Shoshone Dr., Chino Valley, AZ 86323
At present, we have weekly zoom Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat service. Please contact for zoom access information. There is no Saturday morning service at the moment.
Please contact Beit Torah 237-0390 for info or to arrange for special requests.
Our goal is to provide a safe place for people to go for spiritual enrichment and good company, in short a respite away from everyday concerns during the Sabbath and the Holy Days.
Also: Please be respectful of people with allergies and medical sensitivities by helping us make all activities free of fragranced products and other adverse odors such as tobacco smoke/residues, paint solvents, bug spray, etc.
Please note that we are meeting in private homes. Anyone willing to volunteer their home or with other ideas on where we can meet, please call 237-0390 or write email@example.com -
Although we are led by Rabbi Adele, we welcome topic suggestions for these events as well as volunteers to help conduct the services and programs. We offer the opportunity for you to practice being a Jewish Lay Leader with hands-on experience!
Bar/Bat Mitzvah training as well as Hebrew lessons can be arranged on an individual basis. Topics to be covered will be based on requests. Conversational Hebrew, Basic Hebrew reading and prayers may be taught if requested. Call Beit Torah to arrange. For further information or directions to specific events, please call Beit Torah at (928)237-0390 or write firstname.lastname@example.org
Important notices Parashah summary below. This weekend is Shabbat Shuva, the Sabbath of Return.
Yom Kippur, the Day of atonement, is Sunday night through Monday 9/24-5.
Zoom Kabbalat Shabbat Services 4 pm MST for Shabbat Shuva.
Please email or call for link. We encourage all to be prudent, cautious, and safe! !
The 5784 calendars are available- call to arrange to get a free one! Torah services/ study also can be arranged.
Parashat Ha-Azinu is the last parasha in the annual cycle of Torah readings read as part of the weekly Shabbat portions. (The final parasha, Zot Ha-Bracha, is only read on Simchat Torah.) Ha-Azinu contains Moses' final words to the Israelites - delivered as a powerful poem or song recalling the people's sacred history since the Exodus from Egypt, and warning the Israelites in the strongest terms not to stray from the path that God has commanded. This is one of only two songs in the Torah attributed to Moses, the other being the Song at the Sea in Parashat Be-Shalach. At the end of the parasha, God tells Moses to ascend to the top of Mount Nebo, where he will die. But while God allows Moses to see throughout the Land of Israel from the top of the mountain, it is reiterated that Moses will not be able to enter the Land since he 'broke faith with Me.'