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B'nai Emet: A conservative synagogue in St. Louis Park, Minneapolis

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What's New
For details, visit the What's New page.
· CMT weekend for 8th-12th graders, Friday, May 14 through Sunday, May 16 at Cragun’s.  Click here to email for further information.
· Nechama Disaster Recovery Day, Sunday, May 23. Click here to email for further information.
· Valleyfair Day for 5th-12th graders, Monday, May 31, 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Cost is $20 for transportation and admission to Valleyfair.
· Lunch and Learn, Thursday, June 3, 12:00-1:00.
· Evening of Roses, Minnesota Cantors Association Benefit for Israel, Sunday, June 6, at Temple Israel. Israeli Supper from 5:00-6:30 ($8/person), Israeli Gift and Art Bazaar from 5:00-7:00, concert at 7:00. General admission is $18, student admission is $10. Featuring Cantorial Soloist Michael Winikoff.
· Carlebach and Then Some Kabbalat Shabbat service, Friday, June 11, 5:45, followed by Shabbat dinner.
· Book Club discussion of DaVinci Code, Dan Brown, Sunday, June 13, 7:00 p.m. For location information, contact  Click here to email for further information.

For details, visit the What's New page.
For future events, visit the Calendar page.
Book Club
Upcoming Meetings
· June 13, 7:00 – The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown.
Click here to email for location information.

Library Acquisitions
· The Genius of Genesis: A Psychoanalyst and Rabbi Examines the First Book of the Bible, Dennis Shulman.
· Hiding in the Open, Sabina S. Zimering, M.D.
· The Liberated Bride, A.B. Yehoshua, translated by Hillel B. Halkin.
Click here to view a selection of the books that are included in our library collection.
Shabbat Times
Counting the Omer
Columns
From the Rabbi.
What do Albert Einstein and Hillel have to do with our celebration of Yom Yerushalayim on May 19 (28 Iyar)?…
Notices
Do you want to help educate others about the political process, register fellow citizens to vote, and get out the vote? Join B’nai Emet in an effort to increase voter registration and participation throughout our ever-changing diverse community. You CAN make a difference! Call Jewish Community Action at 651-632-2184 to find out how you can help.
You can study in Israel - with a CONSERVATIVE flair!! Take advantage of two 3-week sessions beginning 4 July, or the full-year program. For more information on the Yeshiva go to http://uscj.org/israelcenter/yeshiva/home/index.shtml
Disney’s The Lion King returns to Minneapolis! Mark your 2005 calendars for May 1, Sunday afternoon, 1:00 p.m. matinee, at the Orpheum Theater. B’nai Emet has reserved a block of what will be the most sought-after tickets of 2005.

Tickets are available through B’nai Emet until September 15, 2004. Prices range from $45-100. Also available are special $150 VIP tickets, which include a souvenir package and are 6th row center. Seats will be assigned in order of receipt of checks. Mail your check payable to B’nai Emet to 11510-48th Ave. No., Plymouth MN 55442.


Recycle your laser and inkjet printer cartridges, by bringing them to the B’nai Emet office. This is a fundraiser for B’nai Emet Synagogue.
Link of the Month
Explore Jewish spirituality at http://www.ashrei.com, a nominee for the 2004 People’s Voice Webby Award.

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Click here for links to news resources.

Recipe of the Month
Click here for: ... Cheese-Lox Brunch Casserole
 

 
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