Become Part of a Synagogue that Spans Location, Condition and Denomination
The Yad Program is designed to provide a full synagogue experience for those that cannot physically come to the synagogue or for those that need additional programming that is not provided locally.
You do not just view a program or service like on television. We provide you with a full set of programs and services, with the ability to interact with other Jewish people, with access to a rabbi for life cycle events or to help in any religious way you need, with a way to become part of a Jewish community. This is what separates us from all the streaming programs out there.
If you are located in an area that does not have a synagogue, if you cannot find a synagogue that can adjust or provide for your needs, at a time when you want it, or if you cannot travel to a synagogue for any reason – try the Temple Beth David Yad Program.
If you wish to see a full description of our distance program - such as connecting to our Shabbat Services or attending our Online Religious School please click here: Yad Program Description
To connect to a Beth David Shabbat Service, open whatever browser you use (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc…)
Go to the web address http://gotomeeting.com
Please note - all times at Eastern Daylight.
click on join a meeting and place in the following number
For Friday night, April 17, at 7 pm the login number is 209-723-557
or click the following link: Shabbat April 17
If you would like to add a name for our Mishaberach Prayer for Healing or for the Kaddish Prayer, please either email it to Rabbi Lenny during the week or forward it as a chat on the gotomeeting program when you first log on. The technical assistant running the computer will forward the names to the rabbi.
For additional information or for any questions please contact Rabbi Lenny either by phone or email.
If you choose to have on your camera and we decide to activate that portion on the synagogue side, you will be viewed. Please dress appropriately. The same issue goes for sound. If your mike is on please watch what you say.
Read more about what's going on in our synagogue and community.
Chai Lights Newsletter : April Chai Lights
We now have two Talmud classes. One meets on Tuesday Morning from, 10:00 am to 11:30 am. This class is currently studying Ketubot which deals with relationships between men and women. The second class meets on Tuesday Evening at 7:30 pm. That class is studying the book Pesachim. If you are interested in attending either class please contact the rabbi at the Temple office or by email at:
The Tuesday evening Talmud Class is offered through our Yad Program, for those who cannot travel to the synagogue.
For Tuesday, April 14, at 7:30 pm, if you would like to join us online, Please go to: http://www.gotomeeting.com
Click on Join a Meeting and enter the login number: 742-589-741
or click on this link: Talmud April 14
Rise Bausch is organizing a team for Temple Beth David for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. This is the biggest fundraiser in the world to end cancer.
Spring Hill Relay for Life starts on April 24th at 6 pm and is a 24 hour relay. One person from each team is on the track at one time and you can run or walk. The location is the Nature Coast Technical High School in Brooksville.
This event unites communities across the globe to celebrate people who have survived cancer and remember our loved ones and friends who have lost their lives to cancer.
Please call Rise for more information on this great event - 352-606-3144 or email:
$13 if advanced purchased
$15 at the door
Please call the Temple office for reservations: 352-6867034
The Temple participated in a Yom HaShoah Program on April 16 at the West Hernando Middle School. The school created a Holocaust Garden complete with a symbolic mosaic. We have provided a description of the garden and a few pictures:
This garden and mosaic wall were erected in remembrance of the six million Jews who suffered and died in the German and Eastern European concentration camps during the horrific reign of Hitler and his Third Reich.
Originally, the garden was designed and landscaped as an 8th grade project during the 1999– 2000 school year. However, the mosaic wall was conceived, designed, and built by the 6th grade class of 2005 – 2006. In six months it took to create the mosaic wall over 22,000 pieces of art which was truly a “labor of love.”
The flames represent SHO’AH (Holocaust). The hearts are the souls ascending into heaven. The sun, moon and sky symbolize the hope and love eternal.
The garden and wall exist in order that we NEVER forget the fathers, mothers, brothers, and sisters who suffered and died; so there is never a Final Solution.
We have included a few pictures from the event:
Temple Beth David13158 Antelope St. Spring Hill, Florida 34609 P: (352)-686-7034