Honor Robin Eisenberg

Robin Eisenberg, our beloved Director of Jewish Learning and Living, will be retiring after 33 years of dedicated service to Temple Beth El of Boca Raton.  We will be honoring Robin at a special Shabbat weekend on Friday, April 7, 2017 and Saturday, April 8, 2017 when Julie Silver, one of the most celebrated and beloved composers and performers in the world of contemporary Jewish music today, will lead our congregation in song and prayer. Services on Friday night will be followed by a special Oneg Extravaganza!

 

Purchase A Loving Wish in a Keepsake Book for Robin

Include your personal message to Robin for her keepsake book which will  include greetings and thoughts from colleagues, friends, former students and congregants! A three-line message, ninety characters or less, plus your name is $36.  Please don’t miss this opportunity wish Robin well in her retirement! Deadline: Friday, March 10, 2017.

 Purchase a loving wish.

Contact Robin’s Keepsake Book Co-Chairs, Debbie Averbook and Dana Brown

Intimate Shabbat Dinner with Robin 

Friday, April 7
6:00 pm Dinner, $45/per person. Register.

Join us for an intimate Shabbat Dinner to celebrate Robin’s 33 years of dedication to Temple Beth El.  

Register for dinner by March 28, 2017.

Shabbat Evening Service followed by an Oneg Extravaganza

Friday, April 7
7:30 pm Shabbat Service
 Julie Silver, one of the most celebrated and beloved composers and performers in the world of contemporary Jewish music today, will lead our congregation in song and prayer. After Shabbat Evening Service, we welcome everyone to join us for a fabulous Oneg Shabbat filled with gourmet cakes, sweets and treats for our lady in red!  This will be an evening you won’t want to miss.

Shabbat Morning Service with Julie Silver

Saturday, April 8

9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service
10:30 am  Bagels and Bites

Enjoy  a wonderful Shabbat Morning Service led by Julie Silver and our clergy team.  Stay for Bagels and Bites as Julie perfroms some of her favorite pieces , and shares with us how Torah has inspired her to write her well-known compositions of sacred and secular music.

Julie Silver is one of the most celebrated and beloved performers in the world of contemporary Jewish music today. She tours throughout the world, and has been engaging audiences with her lyrical guitar playing, her dynamic stage presence, and her megawatt smile for over 25 years.

There is no fee, but please RSVP.