Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Service

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Dinner: 6:00pm, Services: 7:00pm Dinner is by reservation only. Shemini Atzeret (literally “the eighth day” is a separate—yet connected—holy day devoted to the spiritual aspects of the festival of Sukkot. Simchat Torah (Rejoicing of the Torah) celebrates the conclusion of one annual cycle and the beginning of another cycle of readings from the Torah. Join […]

The Art Works of Joel Silverstein: A Presentation by The Artist (Zoom)

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Temple Beth Abraham’s Adult Education Committee presents The Artworks of Joel Silverstein, a Presentation by the artist, including The Tanach Series: Selections Recently Held At: The Dr. Bernard Heller Museum at Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) Joel Silverstein is a fine artist and curator who has exhibited nationally and internationally. He is […]

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Women’s Circle

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

A congregant-led discussion on topics of interest to Jewish Women and those who identify as Jewish Women. This month: Exploring Our Next Chapter in Reproductive Justice with Allison Fine Please RSVP: adulted@tba-ny.org.

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Books@Night

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Join us for a moderated discussion about books with Jewish themes. This month’s selection: The Netanyahus: An Account of a Minor and Ultimately Even Negligible Episode in the History of a Very Famous Family by Joshua Cohen A novel set in 1959 that explores a footnote in the life of Benzion Netanyahu, father of Benjamin […]

Prophetic Voices: Renewing and Reimagining the Haftarah, Author Talk by Rabbi Barbara Symons (Zoom)

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Rabbi Symons of Temple David in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, presents alternative readings of haftarah, enhanced by commentaries from a diverse group of rabbis, cantors, scholars, educators, activists, and poets; inviting us to rethink the relevance of these ancient texts to our present lives and examine the role of prophecy in Reform Judaism. New haftarot for each […]

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Books & More

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Join us for a moderated discussion about books with Jewish themes. This month’s selection: The Assignment by Liza Wiemer A SYDNEY TAYLOR NOTABLE BOOK Inspired by a real-life incident, this riveting novel explores discrimination and antisemitism and reveals their dangerous impact. Would you defend the indefensible? That's what seniors Logan March and Cade Crawford are […]

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Women’s Circle (Zoom)

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A congregant-led discussion on topics of interest to Jewish Women and those who identify as Jewish Women. This month: What’s Mom Still Got to Do with It? with Ilana Levitt Ilana Tolpin Levitt, LPC, LHMC, CCC, will lead a discussion exploring how family influences the decisions we make, and the impact of “inherited” family dynamics […]

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PJ Library Storytime, Craft, and Book Swap

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Hakarat HaTov (Notice the Good Stuff!) All young children (best suited for 2–6-year-olds) and their grownups are invited to join Temple Beth Abraham’s Director of Education and Youth Engagement, Stessa Peers, as she reads "Give Thanks" by Naomi Shulman, a PJ Library book, and leads a craft activity. If you have gently used PJ Library […]

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Latkepalooza! – Annual Chanukah Celebration and Gift Boutique

Temple Beth Abraham 25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY

Latkepalooza is Temple Beth Abraham’s annual Community-Wide Chanukah Celebration and Gift Boutique. There will be jewelry, accessories, wine, tallit, stationery, Judaica and clothing vendors where you will find gifts for everyone on your list! The Religious School is hosting a Book Fair and there will be arts and crafts for the kids! And of course, […]

The Adult Education Committees of Temple Beth Abraham and Woodland’s Community Temple present Henry Sapoznik: Jews and Jazz

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When we think of “Jews and jazz’, we think of American icons like Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, but what about an earlier generation of European-born Jewish musicians who upon arriving in America, were obliged to learn two new languages: English and jazz? Henry Sapoznik examines through klezmorim recordings, how that first generation took to […]

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