Shabbat More than Israel has preserved Shabbat, Shabbat has preserved Israel

Living a Jewish Life       The values we live by each day

 Blessing    We express our appreciation for the blessings God has given us.

 Peace    We actively pursue Shalom – peace in our hearts, peace in our in our world.

 Shabbat    We cherish Shabbat, a time for renewal of body and spirit, which links us with Jewish life and tradition.

 Returning to a Right Path   We recognize our mistakes, decide to do better, and act on that decision. 

 Forgiveness   We forgive to heal our own wounds and the wounds of others.

 Compassion and Lovingkindness   We show our concern for the well-being of others, and act with kindness and care.

 Justice   We treat all of God’s children with fairness and dignity.

 Mitzvah   We express our Jewish values by fulfilling sacred obligations.

 Worship   Our prayers are a pathway to a relationship with God.

 Joy   We discover joy through the daily practice of Judaism.

 God’s Presence   We recognize moments of God’s presence in our lives.

 Holiness   We seek and create holy moments in our lives.

 In God’s Image   We respect all of God’s children.

 Repairing the World   We work to make the world a better place for all of God’s creatures.

 Remembrance   We honor our Jewish past.

 Hopefulness   In the face of challenge and despair, Torah teaches us to have hope and take action.

 The Greater Jewish Community   We have a special connection with every Jew, in every time, in every place.

 Lifelong Jewish Learning    “And the study of Torah is equal to them all, because it leads to them all.”

Temple Beth Jacob  2000, 2009

Jews are often referred as the People of the Book.  At Temple Beth Jacob, we value study and provide many opportunities for education.

Our pre-school, Al Galgalim (literally "Training Wheels"), meets approximately once a month.  For more information about this program and other educational resources for this age and stage, visit our Early Childhood education page. 

Our Religious School involves grades K through 10.  Grades K-7 meet Sunday mornings from 9-12.  Grades 5-7 also meet Monday evenings, as does Grades 8-10 (Confirmation Academy).  Bar/Bat Mitzvah training takes place with the Rabbi. For more information about what's happening in our Religous School, please visit the Religious School page. 

At Temple Beth Jacob, opportunities for learning don't stop once you become a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or once you become confirmmed.  Our Adult Ed offerings include post-confirmation, book discussion groups and weekly Torah Study groups.  Please check out either the calendar or the Adult Ed page for more information.

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Temple Beth Jacob
67 Broadway
Concord, NH  03301
P: (603)-228-8581

Monday, November 20, 2017
Yom Rishon, 1 Kislev 5778

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