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BACH Weekly Newsletter - So Proud To Be A Jew

07/06/2018 03:04:13 PM

Jul6

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From the Desk of Rabbi Greene

The world breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday as rescuers in Thailand found the soccer team of 12 boys and their coach who had been stranded in a cave for 10 days. The moment, broadcast on screens across the globe, was nothing short of miraculous.

 

Rescue workers and humanitarian aid arrived from at least six countries – including the United States and Israel. Helping with the efforts is an Israeli company called Maxtech Networks, which allows for mobile communication in places where there are no cell phone networks.

 

As soon as they heard about the mission, employees from the company gathered all the necessary equipment and hopped on a plane to Thailand. The company's founder and CEO is Uzi Hanuni, a serial Israeli entrepreneur. "We haven't thought about nothing – just to save those kids' lives," he said.

 

"We understood that the only way for those rescue teams that you see there to enter into this deep cave is using resilient and good communication that can survive this tough environment."

 

Yuval Zalmanov, a Maxtech engineer, has actually been embedded with the rescue team in the cave to help educate them on how to use the communication devices. "He decided to take this mission on his shoulders," Hanuni explained.

The device, which looks like a simple walkie talkie, is anything but simple. A high-tech algorithm is built inside the device. Rescue workers don't need direct line of sight and can communicate with each other up to about two miles away.

 

“We didn’t ask for any money for this,” said Hanuni. “When I heard the story, I and my partner decided to donate the systems. Understand that these systems cost over $100,000 dollars and we are a small company that lives off its sales. But it is worth it. Assaf, our representative there has been crying the entire time – and he, like us – is ecstatic that the kids have been found.”

Jews at their best!

 

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT PINCHAS
july 6 - 8 
23 Tammuz - 25 Tammuz

 

Friday, July 6 - 23 Tammuz

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:10pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, July 7 - 24 Tammuz

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club - Summer Competition begins! 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Ilana

 

Kiddush by Carlos N Gabby's sponsored by an anonymous sponsor. Ole! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tamar Sklover 31 E Penn St. given by Rabbi Greene

 

5:30pm  Oneg @ YILB

 

7:30pm Pirkei Avot class with Rabbi Greene

 

8pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:15pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday July 8 - 25 Tammuz

Daddy N Me Kickoff

 

8:30am Shacharit 

**BACH Bucks for all children who come with their fathers ON TIME!

 

9:30am Daddy n Me Kickoff BUBBLE SOCCER - Extreme Soccer Challenge and TONS of fun. Click here for a video of last year's fun!

 

 

BDE to Milton Guttman   A"H brother of Elaine Wiener.  Elaine is sitting shiva at her home 122 W Walnut until Tuesday morning. 

 

 

Jessica Cutter

Julie David
Jeff Green
Shana Heller

Michael Lazar

 

 

Mazel Tov Jordana Sklover & Yoni Lobell on their upcoming wedding

 

And Michal Huttler and Andrew Braverman on their upcoming wedding

What's Going On At The BACH

summer is here - mark your calendars

The summer has literally just begun, but at the BACH we are gearing up for an action packed fun filled summer here in Long Beach! Summer 2018 is going to be our best one yet! Where to begin?! See below for just a handful of some of our outstanding summer programs.

mommy & Me with molly mouse
tues mornings in july & August 

Moms and kids alike rave about Molly Mouse and Play Hooray mommy and me classes! Perfect for newborns to age 3, this interactive, musical, dancing class is sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

 

Tuesday's in July & August (last class August 14th)

10:15 - 11am @ the BACH 

 

Our first class was a huge hit! See you next week!

kids night out
thursdays in july & August

Back by popular demand is kids night out - Thursday nights @ the Bach from 6 - 7:30pm  ,  Boys sports clinic and girls dance and challah baking (alternating weeks), followed by pizza and learning for all. Parents - enjoy some quiet time , this night's on us!  Our first Kids Night Out this week was a HIT!

daddy & Me summer sundays

SAVE THE DATES:

 

Sunday July 8th - Bubble Soccer ** THIS SUNDAY

July 22nd - Tisha B'av Mini Camp &Mad Science Workshop

August 5th - Petting Zoo

August 26th - COLOR WAR! 

 

Start your Sunday off with Shacharit at the BACH followed by an amazing program for Daddys's (and mommy's too!) and their kids! Program begins immediately following davening @ approx 9:30am

bat mitzvah bootcamp
next shabbat july 14th @ bach

Once a month on shabbat afternoon, pre and post Bat Mitzvah girls aged 9 - 12 will get together to learn, discuss what it means to become a Bat Mitzvah,  and of course have some tasty snacks and fun games and activities. 

 

Join Us on:

Shabbat, July 14th - 4:30pm @ BACH

Shabbat, August 11th - 4:30pm @ BACH

Shabbat, September 1st - 4:30pm @ YILB

 

tenth annual boardwalk dinner - 
reservations close this sunday!

The 10th Annual Boardwalk Dinner will kick off a full weekend of community events. Join us for a one of a kind shabbat on OUR beach - Long Beach!

 

REGISTRATION FOR BOTH DINNER AND LUNCH CLOSES ON SUNDAY AT MIDNIGHT - NO EXCEPTIONS! 

 

Featuring: Our most popular summer event - the Boardwalk Dinner,

 

A beautiful luncheon at our raved about Kosher restaurant - The Surf Room @ the Long Beach Hotel, 

 

And a mystical havdallah service under the stars.

 

This Shabbaton is brought to you by the Jewish Community of Long Beach in conjunction with the Carlebach Shul of Manhattan and will feature Yehuda Green and Rabbi Citron as well as our own fantastic Rabbis and our guest scholar in residence, Rabbi Hanoch Teller and speaker Rabbi Chashi Freedman!

 

Boardwalk Dinner Pricing -

Adult $60 Child $25 (under 12)

 

Long Beach Hotel Luncheon Pricing -

Adult $40 Child $23 (under 12)

 

**To sign up for the shabbaton package - which includes the Boardwalk Dinner, Luncheon, and Shalosh Seudot click here.

 

 To sign up just for our fabulous boardwalk dinner only click here.

 

AS ALWAYS THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

 

the return of soccer in a bubble - this sunday
daddy n me kicks off with our fav program!

For those who missed it last year - Bubble Soccer was a HUGE hit for kids and parents alike! Our Daddy N Me summer programs are always exciting and fun and bubble soccer raises the bar to a whole new level. Strap on your life sized "bubble" and get to kicking -
 

GAME ON!

This Sunday @ the BACH -

8:30am davening followed by

9:30am BUBBLE SOCCER! 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

BACH Weekly Newsletter - Sometimes We Think Too Much

06/29/2018 01:52:13 PM

Jun29

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From the Desk of Rabbi Greene

Bilaam travelled on his faithful donkey to curse the Jews for the king of Moav. The donkey began acting strangely - veering off the path; pressing against the wall and finally kneeling down – refusing to move. Bilaam became infuriated. He threatened to kill the donkey for his recalcitrance.

 

In truth, the donkey saw something that Bilaam, the great prophet, did not see - an angel carrying a fiery sword. In order to protect his master, he acted as he did.

 

This is a lesson for all of us. We have ideas of how our lives should unfold. But often things do not go as planned. We have two choices. We can either get frustrated and angry or we can realize that there are many things that we cannot see. We can either curse our fate or trust that Hashem is guiding us in the best possible way. Simple faith sometimes grants us better vision than deep intellect.

 

As Yeishaya laments when the Jews lost their faith:  “The ox knows its owner, and the donkey its master's feeding trough, but Israel does not know” (Yeishaya 1:3).

 

Sometimes we must think deeply to not think so much.

 

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT Balak
JUNE 29 - july 1
15 Tammuz - 17 Tammuz

 

Friday, June 29 - 15 Tammuz

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:11pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 30 - 16 Tammuz

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club - Summer Competition begins! 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Ilana

 

Kiddush Sponsor Needed to sponsor kiddush click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tamar Sklover 31 E Penn St. given by Aliza Siegel

 

5:30pm  Oneg @ BACH

 

7:30pm Pirkei Avot class with Rabbi Greene

 

8pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:10pm Maariv @ the BACH

 

9:19pm Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday July 1 - 17 Tammuz

Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz

 

3:40am Fast Begins

 

8:30am Shacharit 

 

8:05pm Mincha 

 

9pm Maariv

 

9:11pm Fast Ends

 

 

What's Going On At The BACH

summer is here - mark your calendars

The summer has literally just begun, but at the BACH we are gearing up for an action packed fun filled summer here in Long Beach! Summer 2018 is going to be our best one yet! Where to begin?! See below for just a handful of some of our outstanding summer programs.

mommy & Me with molly mouse
tues mornings in july & August 

Moms and kids alike rave about Molly Mouse and Play Hooray mommy and me classes! Perfect for newborns to age 3, this interactive, musical, dancing class is sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

 

Tuesday's in July & August (last class August 14th)

10:15 - 11am @ the BACH 

 

FIRST CLASS THIS TUESDAY JULY 2ND!

kids night out
thursdays in july & August

Back by popular demand is kids night out - Thursday nights @ the Bach from 6 - 7:30pm  ,  Boys sports clinic and girls dance and challah baking (alternating weeks), followed by pizza and learning for all. Parents - enjoy some quiet time , this night's on us! ** First Kid's night out - THIS Thursday July 5th

daddy & Me summer sundays

SAVE THE DATES:

 

Sunday July 8th - Bubble Soccer

July 22nd - Tisha B'av Mini Camp &Mad Science Workshop

August 5th - Petting Zoo

August 26th - COLOR WAR! 

 

Start your Sunday off with Shacharit at the BACH followed by an amazing program for Daddys's (and mommy's too!) and their kids! Program begins immediately following davening @ approx 9:30am

mother daughter challah bake
wednesday july 18th

Our ladies Wednesday night shiur has been learning about the spiritual and deeper meaning behind challah.  Join us as we conclude this learning series with a Grand Mother Daughter Challah Bake. 

 

Wednesday July 18th 

6 - 7:30pm

$18 per mother/daughter pair and $5 per additional child

Proceeds will go towards the Long Beach Mikvah

 

bat mitzvah bootcamp
next shabbat july 14th @ bach

Once a month on shabbat afternoon, pre and post Bat Mitzvah girls aged 9 - 12 will get together to learn, discuss what it means to become a Bat Mitzvah,  and of course have some tasty snacks and fun games and activities. 

 

Join Us on:

Shabbat, July 14th - 4:30pm @ BACH

Shabbat, August 11th - 4:30pm @ BACH

Shabbat, September 1st - 4:30pm @ YILB

 

tenth annual boardwalk dinner - 
let the countdown begin

The 10th Annual Boardwalk Dinner will kick off a full weekend of community events. Join us for a one of a kind shabbat on OUR beach - Long Beach!

 

Featuring: Our most popular summer event - the Boardwalk Dinner,

 

A beautiful luncheon at our raved about Kosher restaurant - The Surf Room @ the Long Beach Hotel, 

 

And a mystical havdallah service under the stars.

 

This Shabbaton is brought to you by the Jewish Community of Long Beach in conjunction with the Carlebach Shul of Manhattan and will feature Yehuda Green and Rabbi Citron as well as our own fantastic Rabbis and our guest scholar in residence, Rabbi Hanoch Teller!

 

Boardwalk Dinner Pricing -

Adult $60 Child $25 (under 12)

 

Long Beach Hotel Luncheon Pricing -

Adult $40 Child $23 (under 12)

 

**To sign up for the shabbaton package - which includes the Boardwalk Dinner, Luncheon, and Shalosh Seudot click here.

 

 To sign up just for our fabulous boardwalk dinner only click here.

 

AS ALWAYS THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

 

lbje summer bbq and cutter send off 

For those who missed the LBJE Summer Bbq and Cutter Send Off  - BIG NEWS! The Cutters are not leaving any time soon - they'll be back for the High Holidays and periodic shabbat services!! Thank you to our host and hostess Elliot and Alyssa Honig for a beautiful evening celebrating LBJE and thank you to all who joined! For more pictures click here.

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

BACH Weekly Newsletter - From the Inside Out

06/22/2018 12:34:17 PM

Jun22

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From the Desk of Rabbi Greene

In Prague, a new city mayor was elected, mainly through Jewish votes, as at the time the Jews did not know that he was secretly an anti-Semite. The Jewish community tendered a dance and banquet to the newly-elected official, one of the guests being the celebrated ‘Noda b’Yehuda’, R’ Yechezkel Lando.

 

The mayor thought he saw an opportunity to say something awkward to Rabbi Lando, and remarked to him, “How fond you Jews are of dancing! It seems to be hereditary, for your ancestors not only made the golden calf in the wilderness, but they also danced before it.”

Recognizing the true nature of the new mayor, the Rabbi answered dryly: “Yes, your honor; whenever the Jews select an ox or a calf for a leader, they are indeed fond of dancing.”

 

In this week’s parsha we are commanded in the mitzvah of the Red Heifer. It is sacrificed and her ashes are used as part of the purification process. The Midrash teaches us that the red heifer provides atonement for the sin of the golden calf. A parable is given of a maidservant who tidies up the mess that her son makes in the king’s palace. The mother - the red heifer - atones for the sin of the “calf”.

 

What is the connection between the sin of the golden calf and the purification process of the red heifer?

 

The sin of the golden calf resulted from the Children of Israel following their own logic. Moshe had not come down from mount Sinai. They needed an intermediary between them and Hashem. They came up with their own idea of a golden calf as a substitute.

 

The Red Heifer comes to atone for the mistake of devising their own solution to the problem and not looking into the Torah for an answer. For the red heifer defies logic. Even King Solomon could not fathom how the mitzvah worked! Therefore, by performing the commandment of the red heifer they were acknowledging that all solutions to problems should be decided from the inside out - by gleaning from the words of our sages - and not from the outside in.

 

This is the meaning of the Midrash - the Red Heifer is like the maidservant who tidies up the king’s palace after her son makes a mess.

 

We live in tumultuous times. We need solutions to many new problems. Let us remember to only search for solutions from the inside out.

 

Good Shabbos

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT chukat
JUNE 15 - 17
9 Tammuz - 11 Tammuz

 

Friday, June 22 - 9 Tammuz

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:11pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 23 - 10 Tammuz

PDZ Awards Ceremony & Graduation Shabbat

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Ilana

 

The Grand PDZ Awards Ceremony will take place following davening


 Thank you to our PDZ parents for sponsoring this week's kiddush

Gold Sponsor - Aliza &  Steve Siegel

Silver Sponsor - Liba & Bryan Adler
Jessica & Azi Cutter

Bronze Sponsor - Alana & Elliot Jakubowitz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tamar Sklover 31 E Penn St. given by Michal Huttler

 

5:30pm  Oneg @ YILB 

 

7:30pm Pirkei Avot class with Rabbi Greene

 

8pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:20pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday June 24 - 11 Tammuz

 

8:30am Shacharit  followed by Lox n Learning

 

5:30pm LBJE Summer BBQ @ the home of Alyssa & Elliot Honig , 212 Albon Rd. Hewlett

 

 

What's Going On At The BACH

summer is here - mark your calendars

The summer has literally just begun, but at the BACH we are gearing up for an action packed fun filled summer here in Long Beach! Summer 2018 is going to be our best one yet! Where to begin?! See below for just a handful of some of our outstanding summer programs.

mommy & Me with molly mouse
tues mornings in july & August 

Moms and kids alike rave about Molly Mouse and Play Hooray mommy and me classes! Perfect for newborns to age 3, this interactive, musical, dancing class is sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

 

Tuesday's in July & August (last class August 14th)

10:15 - 11am @ the BACH 

kids night out
thursdays in july & August

Back by popular demand is kids night out - Thursday nights @ the Bach from 6 - 7:30pm  ,  Boys sports clinic and girls dance and challah baking (alternating weeks), followed by pizza and learning for all. Parents - enjoy some quiet time , this night's on us! ** First Kid's night out - Thursday July 5th

daddy & Me summer sundays

SAVE THE DATES:

 

Sunday July 8th - Bubble Soccer

July 22nd - Tisha B'av Mini Camp &Mad Science Workshop

August 5th - Petting Zoo

August 26th - COLOR WAR! 

 

Start your Sunday off with Shacharit at the BACH followed by an amazing program for Daddys's (and mommy's too!) and their kids! Program begins immediately following davening @ approx 9:30am

mother daughter challah bake
wednesday july 18th

Our ladies Wednesday night shiur has been learning about the spiritual and deeper meaning behind challah.  Join us as we conclude this learning series with a Grand Mother Daughter Challah Bake. 

 

Wednesday July 18th 

6 - 7:30pm

$18 per mother/daughter pair and $5 per additional child

Proceeds will go towards the Long Beach Mikvah

 

bat mitzvah bootcamp

Once a month on shabbat afternoon, pre and post Bat Mitzvah girls aged 9 - 12 will get together to learn, discuss what it means to become a Bat Mitzvah,  and of course have some tasty snacks and fun games and activities. Stay Tuned for our schedule of boot camp meetings! 

10th annual boardwalk dinner
and long beach summer shabbaton

The 10th Annual Boardwalk Dinner will kick off a full weekend of community events. Join us for a one of a kind shabbat on OUR beach - Long Beach!

 

Featuring: Our most popular summer event - the Boardwalk Dinner,

 

A beautiful luncheon at our raved about Kosher restaurant - The Surf Room @ the Long Beach Hotel, 

 

And a mystical havdallah service under the stars.

 

This Shabbaton is brought to you by the Jewish Community of Long Beach in conjunction with the Carlebach Shul of Manhattan and will feature Yehuda Green and Rabbi Citron as well as our own fantastic Rabbis and our guest scholar in residence, Rabbi Hanoch Teller!

 

Boardwalk Dinner Pricing -

Early Bird Special if registered by June 28th:

Adult $50 Child $20 (under 12)

 

Long Beach Hotel Luncheon Pricing -

Early Bird Special if registered by June 28th:

Adult $40 Child $23 (under 12)

 

**To sign up for the shabbaton package - which includes the Boardwalk Dinner, Luncheon, and Shalosh Seudot click here.

 

 To sign up just for our fabulous boardwalk dinner only click here.

 

AS ALWAYS THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

 

pdz awards ceremony and graduation shabbat

 

Drum roll please... this shabbat we award our hardworking PDZ Champs with the end of year awards ceremony! We proudly award:

 

Elyezer Adler ~ Reuven Adler ~ Hannah Austin ~ Moshe Broder ~ Rebecca Broder ~ Chananya Colish ~ Netanel Colish ~ Avra Cutter ~ Cobi Cutter ~ Tzvi Foreman ~ Moshe Frieden ~ Rebecca Haberman ~ Alex Jakubowitz ~ Kayla Jakubowitz ~ Gavriel Koenig ~ Sarah Koenig ~ Elan Lederer ~ Rocky Sabbagh ~ Chayim Siegel ~ Barak Weisenberg                     
 

Join us for a special awards ceremony and kids themed kiddush.

 

Mazal Tov also to all of this year's graduates!!

Ben Austin ~ Sarah Austin ~ Shoshana Fishman ~ Charlie Grill ~ Max Grill ~ Adina Maya Gulko ~ Leah Guttman ~ Ahava Lazar ~ Keren Shetrit ~ Shmuel Kalman Siegel

 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events


A special presentation by our very own Judi Caplan - this Sunday June 24th, at the Mid-Island Y-JCC, 45 Manetto Hill Road, Plainview (www.miyjcc.org) from 2 - 4pm

"My Hashava Experience” In the early 1900s many Jews helped build Palestine by opening bank accounts or buying stock in the Jewish Colonial Trust -- including Jews in Europe who later died in the Holocaust. Since 2006, Hashava has worked to find the rightful heirs to these assets. Judi Caplan will describe her experience documenting for Hashava the family of her “double relative” -- great-aunt and first cousin Feiga Gitelson Surinamer nee Hirschorn, Asset A1951.

 

Admission is free and all are welcome. Bring a friend! 

BACH Weekly Newsletter - Greed, Envy and the Need to Win

06/15/2018 01:29:10 PM

Jun15

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From the Desk of Rabbi Greene

In 2003, while students at Harvard University, the Winklevosses enlisted classmate Mark Zuckerberg to do computer programming for a website they created called Harvard Connection (later known as ConnectU). The Winklevosses claim that Zuckerberg put them off repeatedly, only to release his own social-networking site called “Facebook.”

 

After the Winklevoss team sued Facebook—and Facebook countersued – the two sides engaged in a mediation in February 2008. They reached a settlement. The twins were paid $20 million in cash and $45 million in Facebook stock valued at $35.90 per share.

 

Sounds good!

 

But - soon after, however, the Winklevoss team challenged the settlement hoping to gain more shares,

 

The appeals court upheld the settlement, calling it “quite favorable.” Seemingly

undaunted, the twins began preparing to appeal their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

What motivated the twins to keep fighting even after becoming overnight millionaires?

 

 The usual culprits come to mind – Greed, jealousy, the desire to win at all costs.

 

In this week’s parsha, Korach and his followers, argue with Moshe and Aharon. They challenged their “usurping” of power. Even though they were part of the elevated tribe of Leveim – a tribe that worked closely with the kohanim in the Mishkan (tabernacle). And even though they were exempt from working the land and received tithes from the general populous - they wanted more. What their motivation?

 

The commentaries cite that it was also the same - greed and jealousy. These negatives traits blinded them from seeing the truth.

 

The Winklevoss team did well in spite of their faults. Korach and his team didn’t fare so well. They ultimately died because of their misguided desires.

 

All of us can become susceptible to these negative traits. Almost always the results of these motivations are very destructive.  Let us toil to keep them in check. As we see from the parsha, they are fraught with danger.

 

May Hashem protect us!

Good Shabbos

 

 

 

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT KORACH
JUNE 15 - 17
25 SIVAN - 27 SIVAN

 

Friday, June 15 - 25 Sivan

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:09pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 16 - 26 Sivan

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club - Final week to earn BACH bucks before the PDZ awards ceremony!

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Ilana


 Kiddush sponsor needed. To sponsor kiddush click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tamar Sklover 31 E Penn St. given by Nina and Aliza Siegel

 

5:30pm  Oneg @BACH **Note location 

 

7:25pm Pirkei Avot class with Rabbi Greene

 

7:55pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:15pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday June 17 - 27 Sivan

 

8:30am Shacharit  followed by Lox n Learning

 

 

 

What's Going On At The BACH

10th annual boardwalk dinner

Friday, July 13th @ 7pm 

on Franklin Blvd Boardwalk

 

**Early Bird Registration by Thursday June 28th:

$50/Adult $20/Child (under 12 yrs old)

 

Regular Registration after June 28th: $60/Adult $25/Child

Registration Closes July 8th

 

To register click here

 

Stay tuned for more exciting information about the Boardwalk dinner shabbat, our Long Beach Shabbaton!

 

We will be joined once again by The Carlebach shul and chazzan Yehuda Green, as well as special guests including Rabbi Hanoch Teller

pdz awards ceremony and graduation shabbat

 

 

Good news! Your child has one more Shabbat to earn their BACH bucks before they "cash" them in for prizes. 
 

Join us as we award our hard working youth next Shabbat @ the BACH for a special end of year ceremony. Whether your son or daughter comes every week or once in a while, our PDZ champs work hard all year we are proud of each and every one of them! 

 

Throughout the year the BACH provides top notch Shabbat programming and we need your support to keep it going and grow our programs even more! 

 

Please help us celebrate by contributing towards next week's youth themed kiddush and our future youth shabbat programming by clicking here

 

Sponsorship levels:

 

$72 - Bronze/ PDZ Friend

 

$180 - Silver / PDZ Supporter

Thank you Azi & Jessica Cutter

 

$360 - Gold / PDZ Partner

Thank you Steve & Aliza Siegel

 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

kids night out 
thursdays in july & August

Back by popular demand is kid's night out - Thursday nights @ the Bach from 5:45 - 7:15.  , fun sports and crafts for boys and girls followed by pizza and learning for all to follow. Parents - enjoy some quiet time , this night's on us! ** First Kid's night out - Thursday July 5th

daddy and me summer sundays

SAVE THE DATES:

 

Sunday July 8th - Bubble Soccer

July 22nd - Tisha B'av Mini Camp &Mad Science Workshop

August 5th - Petting Zoo

August 26th - COLOR WAR! 

 

Start your Sunday off with Shacharit at the BACH followed by an amazing program for Daddys's (and mommy's too!) and their kids! Program begins immediately following davening @ approx 9:30am

 

 

 

Thu, July 19 2018 7 Av 5778