Click here to see photos of a recent tour led by Rabbi Beliak.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, 11611 Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90064. (The Audrey and Sydney Irmas Campus). Click here (PDF) for more information.
Bogdan's Journey:the Memory of Kielce and Beyond. In this film you will meet a courageous teacher, psychologist, and charismatic public intellectual Bogdan Bialek. Bogdan's life work has been devoted to building trust and understanding in one town, Kielce!
Bogdan's Journey tells his story and that of Jews and other Poles he invites into the effort of reconciliation. View a trailer here.
For information about screenings, please contact RabbiBeliak@JewishRenewalinPoland.org.
A New Prayer Book, a New Moment For Jewish Rebirth and Development!
Beit Polska is most pleased to announce the publication of a historic prayer book for the Union of Progressive Congregations in Poland – Sidur Beit Polin.
This first Polish Progressive prayer book since before World War II, features a contemporary Polish translation with Hebrew facing and a complete transliteration of all the Hebrew prayers.
A new brochure for Friends of Jewish Renewal in Poland is available to print or download. The brochure describes our work supporting Beit Polska, the umbrella organization of Progressive Judaism in Poland, and offers exciting opportunities to sponsor projects. A two-sided trifold with a mailing-address panel, the brochure is a PDF file. Click here to see it.
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