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Life Cycle Events

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		                                    Bar Mitzvah in the Main Sanctuary		                                </span>
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		                                    Wedding at Beth Emeth		                                </span>
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		                                    Wedding in the Main Sanctuary		                                </span>
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		                                    Confirmation 2021		                                </span>
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		                                    Rabbi Shpeen and Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan co-officiate a wedding at Beth Emeth, 2019		                                </span>

 

Celebrating Life at Congregation Beth Emeth

 

Judaism teaches us how to enrich each moment of our lives so they will be worthwhile and meaningful.  In addition to its focus on everyday matters, Judaism also recognizes how certain passages in our lives stand out as peak moments that demand a particular level of kedusha - holiness. These life cycle events often bring with them monumental changes.  Jewish ritual offers ways to help us to navigate those changes, whether they are accompanied by joy or sorrow.

Beth Emeth's clergy is available to help you and your family with these changes, whether it is as joyous as a birth or a marriage, or as difficult as the loss of a loved one. Please don’t hesitate to contact us—we want to help.

Reach out to Rabbi Shpeen, Rabbi Weitzman, or Cantor Kohn to see if we're the right fit for you and your familiy's special moments in life. 

Sun, October 2 2022 7 Tishrei 5783