Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel

85 Harrison Street, New Haven, CT 06515-1724 | P: 203.389.2108 | office@beki.org

Our banner is based on BEKI’s stained glass, designed in 2008 by Cynthia Beth Rubin. For information on this and other of Cynthia’s work, go to: <a href="http://www.cbrubin.net" target="_blank">www.cbrubin.net</a>. Artisan Fabrication by JC Glass of Branford, CT

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  • Bulletin June 1997
    https://www.beki.org/bulletin-june-1997/

    …halom, will establish the Frederick L. Stutz Memorial for the purchase and installation of a modern, full-featured telecommunication system. Frederick Leonard Stutz, who died in March of this year, was born in Philadelphia in 1918. After serving in the Navy in World War II and in the Korean War, Fred joined IBM in Poughkeepsie where he was a member of the group that developed IBM’s first electronic computer. After retiring from IBM in 1977 he ente…

  • Frequently Asked Questions
    https://www.beki.org/sanctuary-redesign/frequently-asked-questions/

    …ee itself. We plan to kick off this campaign in conjunction with the Rabbi Installation ceremony at the end of March. Rabbi Eric is excited about the redesign, and his installation will be an inspiration to bring it about. For more information, Government grant: The new federal infrastructure bill includes $50 million for houses of worship to replace their aging HVAC systems. The grant provides up to $200,000 per house of worship. BEKI intends to…

  • The Camel’s Neck
    https://www.beki.org/dvartorah/the-camels-neck/

    …er as anyone, and I suppose I am as bad as the average person. But in this instance there were no grounds whatever for the charges made against me. As far as I could tell, in this instance, I had never said, done or wished any harm to this person; I felt no malice. Worse, I really could not understand why or how the outlandish charges could be made. A good friend explained it to me: “People who are conniving, deceitful and scheming believe that ot…

  • Parashat Huqat Devar Torah
    https://www.beki.org/dvartorah/parashat-huqat-devar-torah/

    …es “Remove yourselves from this community And I will annihilate them in an instant.” They fall on their faces, But there’s no negotiating this time. The Torah doesn’t tell us why. Did they fear G-d’s anger? Did they know negotiations would fail? Did they know there was no time for negotiations? Instead of bargaining, They huddle, brother to brother: Moses tells Aaron to take his fire pan, Fill it with fire from the altar and incense, And make aton…

  • Today & Yesterday
    https://www.beki.org/about/today-yesterday/

    …tion called itself Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Jordan Ofseyer was formally installed in December 1962, with the installation address given by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan. At that time, the congregation comprised 230 families. In January 1967, Congregation Beth El formally joined the United Synagogue, identifying as a Conservative synagogue. The following year, it absorbed the shrinking Keser Israel, and the current congregation, Beth El–Keser Israel, k…

  • BEKI Art Committee – Scan/Photo Session
    https://www.beki.org/events/beki-art-committee-scan-photo-session/

    …Wednesday, June 23, 2021 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm BEKI Art Committee – Scan/Photo Session…

  • USCJ Statements
    https://www.beki.org/resources/uscj-statements/

    …eligious tradition repeatedly forbids us from oppressing the stranger. For instance, Leviticus 19:34 commands us, ‘The strangers who reside with you shall be to you as your citizens; you shall love each one as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.’ And Exodus, ‘And you shall not wrong a stranger, neither shall you oppress them; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.’ It is a betrayal of Jewish history and our own Jewish valu…

  • USCJ Immigration Stance
    https://www.beki.org/resources/uscj-immigration-stance/

    …eligious tradition repeatedly forbids us from oppressing the stranger. For instance, Leviticus 19:34 commands us, ‘The strangers who reside with you shall be to you as your citizens; you shall love each one as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.’ And Exodus, ‘And you shall not wrong a stranger, neither shall you oppress them; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.’ It is a betrayal of Jewish history and our own Jewish valu…

  • Sisterhood’s Woman of Valor Acceptance Speech
    https://www.beki.org/dvartorah/sisterhoods-woman-of-valor-acceptance-speech/

    …, ze me-ze. You have all taken upon yourselves the yoke of the heavenly kingdom, accepting it from one another. I love you all. See also Parashat Huqat-Balaq by Gila Reinstein See also Parashat VaEthanan — Installation of Officers by Gila Reinstein See also Parashat Ki Tetse by Gila Reinstein See also Parashat Sheqalim 5765 by Gila Reinstein Email Gila Reinstein at gila.reinstein@yale.edu…

  • Parashat Ki Tetsei 5764
    https://www.beki.org/dvartorah/parashat-ki-tetsei-5764/

    …tiqun olam. And if not now, when? “You must not remain indifferent.” Shabbat shalom. See also Parashat Huqat-Balaq by Gila Reinstein See also Parashat VaEthanan — Installation of Officers by Gila Reinstein Email President Gila Reinstein at gila.reinstein@yale.edu  …