Congregation Beth Sholom is affiliated with the conservative movement. However, our membership is diverse, representing a wide range of paths to Judaism.
We welcome the non-Jewish family relatives along with the Jewish members. Contact the office at 302-734-5578 for service schedule.
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myjewishlearning.com The colorful history of the Israeli national anthem.
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We’re officially one month & four days into summer. Wishing you a celebratory, summery Shabbat!
קאבר ל-״מודה אני״, בביצוע שלנו ועוד מגוון אמנים מארה״ב ומהארץ. היה כיף להפיק את הפרוייקט הזה- לקבל במייל 7 הקלטות שירה שונות מרחבי העולם ולהפיק את כל המוזיקה אצלינו באולפן ב48 שעות בשביל פרוייקט של virtual Shuls בארה״ב.
מוקסס על ידי בן ווליק.
This was a really fun project we produced from over seas for Virtual Shuls, receving 7 different vocal tracks from singers in Israel and the US and arranging, recording and producing all of the music to this cover of #modeani in 48 hours in our studio. Thank you Ben Wallick for the super quick and professional mix! Featured at this years virtual Celebrate Israel Parade.
Featuring ‘Modeh Ani’ by Omer Adam performed by us, Eli Levin, Cantor Yanky Lemmer of Lincoln Square Synagogue, Shloimy Bluth, Arik Dvir, Yitzy Spinner, Cantor Nathan Fetman and Amiran Dvir.
#kavodovercovid #celebrateisrael #thankyouhealthcareworkers
Eli_Levin_Music Yaakov Lemmer Lincoln Square Synagogue יונינה Yonina Arik dvir Amiran Dvir - העמוד הרשמי Yitzy Spinner Music Celebrate Israel עומר אדם - Omer Adam
Did you know that world-famous mime artist Marcel Marceau was a Holocaust survivor and saved the lives of Jewish children? Marcel (né Mangel) was born to a Jewish family in Strasbourg, France on March 22, 1923. When the Nazis invaded France, Marcel and his family fled to Limoges. His mother survived, but his father was captured by the Gestapo and deported to Auschwitz where he was murdered. Marcel and his brother Alain joined the French Resistance and changed their name to Marceau to hide their Jewish identity. In addition to forging identity papers, Marcel helped smuggle Jewish children out of an orphanage and into neutral Switzerland. In order to do this, he made use of his acting and miming skills. For example, he once posed as a Boy Scout leader and led a group of children through the forests to the border. Marcel mimed to keep them quiet on the perilous journey and the children felt at ease. On another occasion, upon running into a group of German soldiers, he pretended to be a member of the French Army and demanded they release him. Marcel’s fist big performance took place in 1944 in front of 3,000 American soldiers following the liberation of Paris. He was serving as a liaison officer for General Patton’s Third Army. He went on to become a legendary mime and performed all over the world for more than 60 years. Marcel passed away in 2007 at the age of 84. May his memory be a blessing.
Source: American Society for Yad Vashem
With Distant Cousins, teens from our Delaware community and our sister city, Arad in Israel, we created this beautiful song!
Mi Shebeirach - (A Song of Healing) composed by Lisa Levine, is a gift from the San Diego Jewish Men's Choir to the world during these turbulent times. Direc...
Chag Sameach Shavuot
Shabbat Shalom from CBS!
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Thank you to Rabbi Michael Knopf for this important way to make a life-saving task even more holy. Feel free to use and share.
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What are you doing with your time at home? Our long-time congregant, Sabrina Marelli, poured her ❤️ into this poem. Great job!
Shabbat Shalom from CBS
As we mark Yom HaShoah tonight and tomorrow, we’re mindful that anti-Semitism remains a serious threat. We cannot afford to miss our best chance to build healthier, more secure communities through Holocaust education. Urge your senators to pass the Never Again Education Act today!
Click here now: www.hadassah.org/NeverAgainAct
Chag Sameach from Gov. Carney 🙂
Governor Carney shares a message ahead of Passover.
Chag Pesach Sameach!
God Does Not Bring Plagues
by Rabbi Naomi Levy
At every Seder, as we recite the ten plagues over Egypt we pour out a drop of wine to symbolize our sadness. We are heartbroken that any soul had to suffer, even those who hated us,
tormented us and enslaved us.
And still, we sing lighthearted songs with our children about “frogs here, frogs there.”
And as we enumerate the plagues we find ourselves muttering the final plague beneath our breath, not wanting to frighten our own children,
not knowing what to make of a God who would murder innocent children.
Tonight, more than ever, it is time to liberate the God of the Universe from “Acts of God”. There was a time in history when we didn’t understand what caused earthquakes or floods or fires or contagious viruses. In order to feel less helpless in the face of nature’s fierce capricious power, religions found comfort in blaming the victims of plagues for their own suffering. The Torah ascribes mass slaughter to God as divine punishment for sin: “They brought this upon themselves, they had it coming.”
But God is praying to be freed from this monstrous portrayal.
Tonight is the time to liberate God from this twisted, sadistic depiction.
Tonight is the time to proclaim God as the One who lifts us up, frees us,
shelters and blesses us each day.
Passover will survive without a belief in a God who visits plagues upon any soul.
The key to Passover is a belief in rebirth, a belief that tomorrow can be better than today;
a knowing that we each have a critical part to play in the unfolding of hope.
Freedom begins with open eyes and ears and hearts.
Seas will part, answers will come, cures will emerge,
New ways of believing will sprout up and take root,
A universal love that mirrors God’s love for every living creature
And for our world.
In the book of Exodus, we are told that Pharaoh’s sorcerers were able to replicate the plague of frogs. The only difference between Moses and the sorcerers was: only Moses could remove the plague.
When the sorcerers witnessed Moses reverse the plague they cried out: “This is the hand of God.”
The truth is, it doesn’t take any great supernatural powers to bring about a plague. We all have the power to destroy life and to destroy the earth and our atmosphere. But it does take great holy powers to reverse a plague, to heal the sick, to heal our planet, to heal hatred and war. The Healing Hand of God acting through us is what will save us and lead us from constriction to wide-open spaces,
from fear to faith, from darkness to light, from worry to peace of mind,
from economic hardship to abundance, from illness to health.
Let us raise a glass and drink a Cup of Praise to the Soul of Souls
who fills us with the power to end all plagues.
And let us say, Amen.
As we go into Shabbat, here are some words from Rabbi Peggy. Stay safe.
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Shabbat Shalom from Congregation Beth Sholom - Dover.
This is from our prior secretary, Barbara Jastrow Hayes. Check it out if you have a chance. She needs our help!!!
We are doing our part to not spread COVID-19. Stay home and stay safe. We will be here when this is all over.
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Young Adults walking through life together.
Living life in God's love. Worship services are Sunday 8 am and 10:30 am. Bible Study is at 9:15 am.
CEF is an interdenominational ministry of bringing the Gospel to children K-5th Grade in the state of Delaware
To share the Gospel of Christ, to impacting the nation taking the Word of God world wide, on global assignment shining a light in a dark place.
The application of scripture to daily living and the discovery of the laws of the universe for easy living.
Proclaiming the simplicity of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit - preaching the Kingdom of God.
Wanting always to serve as a son of God. To keep the line of discipleship full with those who want the truth. To share as God gives.
Our community of women seek understanding through Jesus Christ, support one another and missions locally and throughout the world.
A Mennonite church in Dover, DE, affiliated with the Conservative Mennonite Conference.
Pastor Evan Knott Sabbath School: 9:45 am Worship Service: 11:00 am
The Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware promotes a liberal approach to religious and spiritual nourishment through worship, education and celebration. Minister: Hope to announce a new minister soon. Visit our website at www.uucd.org
Mt. Carmel International Church is a place where the Spirit of the Lord dwells. Like our page for updates on ministry related business. Church Cashapp $anointed222