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The entire community is invited to the Megillah reading and costume parade at Temple Beth El, immediately followed by our annual Purim Carnival.
Join us for TBE’s annual Purim carnival featuring a bounce house, giant slide, games, prizes, photo booth, popcorn, cotton candy, free hamantaschan and more! Come in costume. Bring your friends.
Price of admission includes three food tickets. Additional tickets for more pizza, soda and snacks are available for purchase.
Bring a mac & cheese box as your grogger, and we’ll donate it to a food bank. Bring a non-perishable food item (pasta, cans, etc.) for Person-to-Person and receive a free prize ticket for each donated item.
The newly formed LGBTQIA Group at Temple Beth El invites the Jewish LGBTQIA community in Fairfield County to an evening of friendship, wine and dessert.
The group was formed at TBE to create a welcoming environment where the Jewish LGBTQIA community can socialize, celebrate Jewish life, learn together and share experiences.
For more information and to RSVP, contact Rabbi Hammerman.
TBE Sisterhood and Men’s Club are co-sponsoring an educational workshop: “Maximizing Social Security Benefits.”
The workshop is free of charge and open to the community.
For more information, go to Featured Events.
Join Rabbi Hammerman in his study to explore the topic of Marriage Equality as seen through a Jewish lens.
To RSVP, contact the TBE Education Office at (203) 322-6901, x306, or by e-mail.