100 Mitzvot

Help us reach 100 Mitzvahs during the 100th anniversary year. How will YOU get involved? What will YOU do?

 SIGN UP for Mitzvot Project(s)

Let Beth El give you some fun and rewarding activities to engage in good deeds (mitzvot) and repair the world (Tikkun Olam), at the shul and at outside organizations. Just in Pittsburgh alone, there is a lot of need and many organizations desperately in need of volunteers to help others.

 List of Mitzvot Projects

 

Upcoming Social Action Programs

Watch for more monthly programs on specific dates and consider incorporating one of the ideas below into an existing program or start a small project/outing.

Submit your Completed Mitzvah

Each date you perform a mitzvah, whether by yourself or part of a group, is considered another Mitzvah!  When you/your team has completed your mitzvah, please complete the Submit Your Mitzvah form to help us reach (and hopefully exceed!) 100 mitzvahs during this 100th anniversary year!

Donate to a Fund

Honor or Remember a Loved One with a Donation!

Recent blog posts

Blessings and Milkshakes

Blessings are like a stop sign to remind us to slow down and thank God.  Throughout the year in Bshul (cooking class) students have learned the blessings for every food group.  I introduced the hand-washing blessing, Yadiim, and repeat it at the beginning of every cooking lesson.  This keeps us holy and sanitary! For Shabbat…

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Jenna’s Squad Gets Crafty

Jenna’s Squad got crafty this month!  First they decorated triangle-shaped Rice Krispie Treats for a gluten-free mishloach manot treat (see directions below.)  Then they decorated masks with feathers and gems.   This 7th grade group of girls is all ready for Purim! Ingredients Homemade Rice Krispie Treats cut into triangles Lollipop sticks 15 oz bar of…

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Pareve Hamantaschen Recipe

In Bshul our students learn the basics about kashrut.  Foods such as vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts and fish are considered pareve or neutral.  When baking sweets for a chicken Dinner on Shabbat, margarine or oil is used to keep dairy and meat separate.  My friend Ilene uses Crisco for baking, insisting it makes her pareve…

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