Religious services

Highlights 2018

Inspirational Kabbalat Shabbat:
 Join us every Friday at 7.30 p.m to celebrate the ending of the week and the beginning of a new one with soulful songs and prayers. A D’var Torah will be given by our rabbi. The Kabbalat Shabbat at Beth Israel is a unique and meaningful experience. It is an uplifting service every Friday evening as our congregants and visitors join in worship and song.
The last Friday of every month there is a Potluck Shabbat Dinner.
 Rosh Chodesh Service: 
 Each month we hold a morning minyanservice
at 9.30 am, followed by a dairy brunch. This is our way to start off the new month with an additional touch of our tradition.
 A Taste of Torah:
 A Taste of Torah is a monthly Shabbat afternoon gathering, a casual learning and discussion session. Participants, dressed casually sit in a circle, discussing parts of the liturgy and the Portion of the week over snacks and refreshments. It ends with the Havdallah ceremony.
 Havdallah on the beach, open invitation
 Beth Israel Jewish Community invites you to join us on the beach as we bid farewell to Shabbat with stories, songs and light refreshments.
 This year: Mexican PURIM Fiesta
Program: Megilah Reading- Power Point Presentation, Songs, hamantaschen, and refreshments.

Grab your sombrero and join us at the Mexican Purim Fiesta, Come in costume and win a prize!
 Passover Seder at Beth Israel
Join us for a unique Seder Dinner experience for the entire family: a traditional gourmet dinner, inspirational songs and stories. Our Seder is children friendly; you will feel right at home!
 High Holidays Season. TishRei Festivals
Rosh Hashanah-Yom Kippur-Succot-Simchat

 Be a part of the Bet Israel’s High Holidays services.Spiritually stimulating and uplifting interpretative services.
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 Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights
 Hanukkah is celebrated at the synagogue and at the main hotels of the island. On the 8th day, a festive musical concert is presented at Paseo Herencia, featuring a guest singer and local musicians.