Attending minyan can be a meaningful experience. Learn more about the purpose and benefits of our daily minyan program.
Please help us make a Minyan when you can. Daily Minyan times at Bet Torah are as follows
Sunday - 9:00am
Tuesday Morning - 7:15am
Monday-Thursday Evening - 7:30pm
Friday Kabbalat Shabbat- 6:30 PM
Saturday Morning Shabbat - 9:30 AM
Join The Bet Torah Community!
Exceptionally welcoming and inclusive, truly caring and hamish,
Bet Torah is a kehillah kedoshah – sacred community
– committed to its core values of
Community, Spirituality, Education, Tikkun Olam and Israel.
Questions about becoming a member? Please feel free to Contact us 914-666-7595. We look forward to meeting you!
Community & Social Engagement Opportunities
- Share Shabbat
- The Community Engagement Guide is aimed to intrigue and inspire us. With so many intriguing events and programs offered at Bet Torah, the opportunities to learn, build relationships, volunteer or contribute towards something important, are endless.
- Bet Torah's Annual Year Book 2016-2017
Social : Membership Registration 2017-2018
Sunday, September 16 - 8:00am Men's Club puts up Bet Torah's Sukkah.
Tuesday, September 18 - 6:15pm Erev Yom Kippur- Mincha/Kol Nidre
Wednesday, September 19 Yom Kippur Services
Sunday Evening, September 23- September 30 - Sukkot
Monday, September 24 - 9:30 am Sukkot Festival Services
Monday, September 24- 11:00 am Shake your lulav! – Sukkah lunch to follow. RSVP by September 17 to [email protected] *
Tuesday, September 25 - 9:30am Sukkot Festival Services- Shake the lulav and Etrog again! Kiddush to follow.
Saturday, September 29 - Share Sukkot! pick one of two time slots 1-3 PM or 3-5 PM. Come for 10 minutes or stay for 2 hours!
Sunday, September 30 - 8:30 am Hoshanah Rabbah services
Sunday, September 30 - 11:00am Shake It Up with BT’s Shakes in the Shack
Sunday evening, Sep 30 - Monday evening, Oct 1 Shemini Atzeret
Monday, October 1 - 9:30 am Shemini Atzeret Festival Services/ Yizkor Service
Men's Club needs your help! Please sign up to serve as an Usher or Greeter during Yom Kippur Services - Wednesday, September 19.
Yom Kippur Cereal Drive
As we prepare to fast please think of those in need and bring boxes of cereal & oatmeal with you to Kol Nidre Services. Collection Boxes will be available as you enter Bet Torah for Kol Nidre services. Donations will be brought to the Mt Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry
Please contact Michele Posner, social action chair with question [email protected]