Larry Falter

Resume In-Person Meetings

Beth Yeshua Twin Ports is extremely happy to announce that beginning Saturday 2/20 we will once again come back to meeting in-person for Sabbath Services @ 10:30 AM. The Service will also be streamed on our web site and Facebook. Following our morning Service we will also be holding our discussion Torah Club Study – Jesus, My Rabbi. Our meeting place is easily found within the Mariner Business Center, Superior… Read More »Resume In-Person Meetings

Live Streaming Begins

Beginning Saturday 1-9-21 @ 1PM we will stream our first virtual Sabbath Service. The length of our stream will be in the 45 minute range. Our usual in-person Service runs nearly two hours, but we believed it best that our initial stream (without the congregation present) be shorter. Therefore, we have shortened the liturgy, eliminated songs, removed any overly long messages or commentary. We still hope to deliver a Service… Read More »Live Streaming Begins

Live Streaming

Beth Yeshua Twin Ports is undertaking their plan to live stream Shabbat Services beginning mid January 2021. With the Congregational Elders deciding to extend the duration of closure for in-person gatherings, it was evident that some level of sharing as a community was needed to fill the vacuum. The Elders were pressed into choosing a good available option. Beth Yeshua already Zooms a Torah study on Friday nights, so it… Read More »Live Streaming

Closure Extended

As Hanukkah approaches it was hoped that Beth Yeshua Twin Ports would be able to reopen for in-person gatherings. The Elder board met on Saturday 12/3 to discuss options for our Congregation. It was decided by the Elders to continue pausing all in-person gatherings through the end of December 2020 and probably longer. Covid infections are expected to spike due to the holidays with people coming together in homes and… Read More »Closure Extended

In Person Meetings

Due to the surge in cases of the Covid Virus across our region it has become necessary for Beth Yeshua Twin Ports to cancel all Sabbath Worship Services and in person Torah Club Studies effective 11-19-20.  Looking forward it is our hope to begin meeting again within the next few weeks. Specifically we would like to gather in person for our annual celebration of Hanukkah.  This year we chose Saturday 12-12-20… Read More »In Person Meetings