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Ongoing Events
  • Beit Warszawa Library is now OPEN | We invite you to use Beit Warszawa's library resources and the reading room every Tuesday from 5p.m. to 7 p.m. and on the first Friday of every month from 5p.m. to 7 p.m. 113 Wiertnicza Street, Warszawa See website
  • Judaism Step by Step classes Every Tuesday at 6:00 PM | Weekly 'Introduction to Judaism' classes in Warsaw. Location in Warsaw: Biuro Obslugi Ruchu Inicjatyw Spolecznych BORIS, Warecka Street 4/6 (entrance from Kubusia Puchatka St).
  • Shabbat Evening Services in Warsaw Every Friday at 7:00 PM | Beit Warszawa - 113 Wiertnicza Str. AND Beit Centrum Ki Tov - 12 Nowogrodzka Str. #3
  • Torah Study with Rabbi Haim Beliak Sundays: April 30th - May 14th and 28th (Memorial Weekend) - June 11th at 10:00AM | Our study will focus on the Joseph Narratives of Genesis 37 to 50. We will explore the narratives about Joseph and "Joseph figures" primarily within Jewish tradition (Josephus' history; Chassidic masters; views of sexuality - Tamar and Judah, Joseph and Potiphar; the rediscovery of narrative in the Bible; exploitation and revenge in families/nations; and visions of the messiah - son of Joseph) as well as its role in the construction of the Jesus narratives (betrayal, the trial, and last supper) as well as the Koran. Leo Baeck Temple - 1300 N Sepulveda, Los Angeles

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Torah Sent to Poland On March 20 a new Torah began the third leg of its journey to Poland. The transmission of a practically new scroll — only 150-years-old — of the first five books of the Bible, the Torah is a cause for celebration!! This beautiful scroll is a gift from a Conservative congregation Shaarei Tefilah in Norwood, ... Polish Jews Reviving

Bogdan’s Journey- Special Screening and Discussion (Poland & USA, 2016, 83 min) Bogdan’s Journey will screen on March 8, 2017 at 7 pm at the Laemmle Theater, Music Hall 3, Beverly Hills, CA, followed by Q&A with: Bogdan Bielak, film protagonist Professor Michael Barenbaum, Director of the Sigi Zieirng Institute: Exploring the Ethical and Religious Implications of the Holocaust, AJU Michal ... Rabbi Beliak's Blog