Front Archive 32.5

The Center for the Jewish Community of Ridgewood and Bushwick

Beit Aharon is a place where the Jews of Ridgewood and Brooklyn can come together, connect, practice, learn, celebrate, support, and benefit from sharing our heritage as hundreds of generations have done before us.  There are many of us here.  Let's gather together and be a cohesive community!


Pesach

Pesach (Passover) starts the evening of Thursday, March 29.  More information will be posted here soon.  In the meantime thease look at the Pesach Flyer.  Also, please stop by the Optical Warehouse Outlet (click here) to pick up free matzah shmurah, which is needed in order to properly fulfill the mitzvah of Matzah this Pesach.  You can also obtain free wine, grape juice & more! Thanks for Reb Reuven Oberlander for facilitating this.


Purim

Purim starts the evening of Wednesday, February 28 and continues through the daytime on Thursday (March 1).  Come celebrate with us at our Purim Banquet, Wednesday February 28, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the shul (click here for location details).  Come again the next day at 2:30 for the daytime Megillah reading.  Please see News & Current Events for details.  You can also look at the Purim Flyer


Kabbalat Shabbat

Come to Beit Aharon every Friday evening from now through the summer for our Kabbalat Shabbat service followed by Kiddush and a Shabbat Meal.  Come fulfill the mitzvah to remember the Shabbat and make it holy.  Observing the Shabbat gives Am Yisrael a shared purpose and connection like nothing else.  The service starts at 7:45 PM every week through the beginning of August.  (Check back for schedule changes in August.)


Weekly Torah Classes

Come to our weekly Tuesday evening Torah classes at Beit Aharon.  Click here for details.






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