There will be a new Tot Program at Congregation Beth Hillel for ages 3-5 on Sundays. For more information, please email: [email protected].
On Sunday, May 6th, Congregation Beth Hillel held their moving up ceremony and annual breakfast meeting and elections.
On Wednesday, May 1st @ 7 P.M., we remember the Holocaust with prayers and stories.
3 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon fresh parsley
3 eggs, beaten
3 tablespoons matzo meal or flour
salt and pepper to taste
4 tablespoons oil
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Use part of the oil to grease a casserole dish.
2lbs Fish Fillets[pike, carp, white fish] ground
4 medium onions
4 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
1 qt water
1/4 cup of cold ice water
3 tbsp matzo meal
3 carrots sliced
1 ½ times
3lbs Fish Fillets as on left side
4 medium onions
6 tsp salt
1 ½ tsp pepper
6 cups water
3/8 cup of cold ice water
4 ½ Tbsp matzo meal
4 ½ carrots sliced
Bonnie's Matzoh Crunch
5 to 6 sheets of matzoh (I use unsalted)
1 cup (2 sticks) butter, cut into chunks
1 cup (firmly-packed) light brown sugar
1 cup semisweet or bittersweet chocolate chips, or coarsely chopped bittersweet chocolate
1 cup chopped walnuts
optional: add a sprinkling of fleur de sel, or coarse sea salt, 1 cup sliced almonds, toasted and coarsely chopped or chopped walnuts
Our Annual Model Seder was held on Sunday, March 18th.
IT'S PUR-PUR-PURIM!!! Thursday, March 1 @ 6:00
COME AND CELEBRATE! Wear a costume and join the fun! We will read the Megillah with graggers and songs; eat a light dinner and enjoy hamantaschen prepared by our school families.
$5/person; $25/family. Jennifer Scannell is organizing the event. Please let her know you're coming by emailing her at [email protected],
Purim is a time to REJOICE. to GIVE and to SHARE. Our annual Purim fundraiser which is based on Mishloach Manot, is prepared and assembled by congregation members. Mishloach Manot are gifts of food that Jews send to each other during the holiday of Purim. "Mishloach Manot" literally means the "sending of portions" in Hebrew and this mitzvah is meant to ensure that everyone has enough food to enjoy the traditional Purim feast. For Congregation Beth Hillel, it also means that as one big family, we want to share the joy with everyone.
“Benny loves to help out at his Grandpa’s bakery in the morning, and the customers love the crusty bagels with their soft insides. When Grandpa explains to Benny that God, not him, should be thanked for the wonderful bagels, Benny sets out to do just that. He decides to leave God a bagful of bagels in the synagogue at the end of each week. And each week God eats the bagels…or so Benny thinks…
Lovingly told, Bagels from Benny explores the values of caring and sharing, building a strong sense of community and finding joy in giving thanks.” Goodreads.com