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Jewish learning doesn't stop at B'nai Mitzvah!

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 Continuing Education

In the spirit of lifelong learning, Beth El offers a variety of educational opportunities for Jewish learners of all ages. Our goal is to provide engaging, adult educational opportunities and creative, alternative Shabbat experiences. We hope you can join us! Learn more.

 

Scholarships

At any given time, there are many scholarships open to students in the Pittsburgh area interested in continuing their education.  Learn more.

Learn our Services

We have an extensive library of mp3 recordings covering Friday Evening Shabbat Services, Saturday Morning Shabbat Services (Preliminary Service, Shacharit, Torah Service, Musaf) and Friday Evening Shabbat Dinner at Home. Learn more.

Read Torah

Have you ever wanted to learn to read Torah Trope?  We have the basics to get you started!  Learn more.

Read Haftarah

Our vast library of mp3 recordings is an excellent resource for Haftarah readers. Learn more.

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Cloth Napkins: One Small Step to Reducing Waste

It is hard for all of us to be thinking about the environment during the pandemic, but it is still possible to maintain some of our green practices despite the situation. Since we all are spending more time at home these days, and specifically in the kitchen, I thought I would focus there. This tip…

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Try Composting to Reduce Household Waste

When considering all the things people can do to decrease waste, I’d be remiss if I didn’t discuss composting. It is an age-old method of greatly reducing waste that can all be done from your own home. The potential impact is enormous, as the EPA estimates that food scraps and yard waste together make up…

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Plastic Bag Recycling

Due to the situation we all find ourselves in because of COVID-19, there have been unintended impacts to the environment. Some are positive, such as improved air quality due to far less air pollution. Some are more negative, such as increased single-use plastic consumption, since bringing reusable grocery or produce bags is no longer allowed…

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