November 25, 2014   3 Kislev 5775
 
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Temple Beth David


Welcome to our warm and caring family at Temple Beth David. Our founders made history when they established Gwinnett County’s first Jewish congregation in 1981. Today we proudly endeavor to make teachings of our Jewish heritage relevant to our lives in the 21st Century. For more information: About Us


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Upcoming Events  

Weds, December 3rd
Board meeting

Fri., December  5th
Scholar in Residence

Sat., December 6th
Scholar in Residence 7:00 pm

Sun., December  7th
Fundraiser
Gift Shop Bazaar

Weds., December 10th
Lunch with the Rabbi

Sun., December 14th
Sisterhood Chanukah Kitchen Shower
Chanukah Party    

Weds., December 17th
Adult Education 7:00 pm

Sat., December 20th
Youth Group Latke-In

Thurs., December 26th
Brunch

Weds.,  January 7th
Board meeting

Sun., January  11th
Men’s Club Meeting
Second Sunday Social

Weds., January 21st
Adult Education 7:00 pm

Weds., January 28th
Sisterhood Lunch with the Rabbi

                               

 

 

 


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Services  


Friday

7:00pm Service followed by an Oneg

Saturday   
10:00 – 10:45am;  Torah Study in the social hall led by Rabbi or a lay volunteer.                
11:00 – 12:30; traditional service takes place in Sunrise Sanctuary.  Kiddush and hamotzi follows afterwards.   

Note: On the Saturdays we celebrate Bar/Bat Mitzvah, there is no Torah study and our services begin at 10:00am  

 

Announcements  

Support Services

Temple Beth David offers support services every month.
These are Rabbi led services conducted in a small setting.
We support bereavement, family, health and other needs.
This group serves our community, and our extended family.

Temple Beth David
Temple Beth David 
1885 McGee Road
Snellville, GA 30078
770-978-3916
templebd@att.com

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