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BEIT T’SHUVAH TOP TEN EVENTS OF 2013

By Matthew Greenwald 2013 was one of the most eventful years in Beit T’Shuvah history, marked by tremendous growth, unity, and the strengthening of our overall mission. While the construction of our new temple and the Elaine Breslow Institute dominated the year, we also achieved several other milestones. Here’s a list of the top 10 moments of 2013: Construction- The construction of our new building next door commenced. In conjunction with this, our main building was radically renovated. The bridge connecting the east and west ends of our facility was torn down in concurrence with the overall makeover and the new Synagogue next door. The bridge had a long and colorful history at Beit T’Shuvah, to say the least. Shirley’s Patio, long known as a place for residents to congregate, was completely … Read entire article »

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Saturday Morning Shabbos Services At Beit T’Shuvah: A View From The Stage

Saturday Morning Shabbos Services At Beit T’Shuvah: A View From The Stage By Matthew Greenwald I’ve had many fantastic experiences performing with the Beit T’Shuvah band on Saturday mornings. Like many residents, I prefer Saturday morning services. The laid-back atmosphere, the funkiness of the music and the overall communal camaraderie of the event is something that many of us take through the weekend. Through this informality, the reflective nature that is Shabbat becomes that much more comfortable and immediate. But aside from this, to be able to see the transformation of residents during their stay in primary care is for me, an extraordinary thing to witness. Once, several years ago, there was a new resident that came into Beit T’Shuvah. She was a newly-transplanted Canadian, coming off a lengthy run with speed and alcohol, … Read entire article »

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Rabbi’s Message

Rabbi’s Message

I am so grateful to and for the entire staff of Beit T’Shuvah. They work hard to help themselves and others LIVE WELL! They show up, live Authentically, Responsibly and Transparently. They are all Masters of ARTfull living. We are blessed with a great cadre of volunteers also. All of you tirelessly and completely dedicate yourselves to helping all of Beit T’Shuvah LIVE WELL. You help us all find passion and purpose in daily living. Thank … Read entire article »

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