Join us as Rabbi Larry Pinsker
leads us in learning the inner meaning of our rituals.
Wednesday, April 19 at 5:30 p.m., Please join us at the Maryland Food Bank location-2200 Halethorpe Farms Road, Baltimore 21227. Join other volunteers from the Corner Community Center for this important monthlyproject. For further information please contact Carol Cook email@example.com
Beit Tikvah is a warm, diverse, and egalitarian Reconstructionist Jewish congregation located in Roland Park in Baltimore, Maryland. We take a progressive approach to Jewish life, integrating a deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of contemporary life. Beit Tikvah welcomes interfaith families, couples, and individuals of all races, heritages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. Our building, bima (ark podium) and facilities are wheelchair accessible. The building (Corner Community Center) is also home to five congregations, leading to many interfaith activities.
"Safe Realities and Fearsome Imaginings: Science Fiction, Judaism, and Religious Imagination" Congregation Beit Tikvah was founded over 30 years ago by members of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society. Join this monthly exploration of and tribute to our roots in both Judaism and Science Fiction. For the uninitiated this is a great way to be introduced to Science Fiction or Judaism.
Click here to see all the details for the program, including dates throughout 2017.
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Click here for a complete set of Beit Tikvah events in 2017! Continue reading below for details about our upcoming offerings.
Check Out our New and Returning Offerings for 2017!
Two Saturdays a month we will start at 9:30 a.m. with a Shabbat Morning Service. Then at 10:45 a.m. we will engage in either continuing our study of the siddur or a brand new program exploring Science Fiction and Judaism.
April: We honor our Science Fiction roots by starting and ending the month with very special movies.
Saturday, April 22 at 9:30 a.m. Shabbat Morning Service, "Something Happened to Me Yesterday" Kiddush sponsored by Esther Miller in acknowledgement of the yahrtzeit of Ethel Miller.
9:30 a.m. Pre-school Post-Pesach Program: Crafts, Songs and Puppet Play. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
10:45 a.m. Study Session with Rabbi Larry: The Prayerbook's Explanation for Why Religion (or Science, Government, Psychotherapy, Medicine, etc.) Doesn't Deserve All the Blame It Receives As the Source of All Worldly Conflict and Evil.
Saturday, April 29
8:00 p.m. Havdalah We bid farewell to Shabbat
8:30 p.m. Movie Night Feature: "The Man From Earth"(2007) An impromptu goodbye party for a history professor becomes a search for why he is giving up tenure and leaving for an undisclosed destination. The conversation is a genuinely moving exploration of the nature of human life.
Please help us prepare our building for these events.
As we share space with many other congregations and organizations, we have set up and take down responsibilities for each event. Please sign up to help us by clicking here.