The holiday celebrates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai as well as the grain harvest for the summer.
The Jewish Welcome Center is a dynamic women's committee formed by Fiona Malca of Beit Yaacov Synagogue. The core of our work lies in the continuous passion and dedication we bring to the newcomers who are seeking a life in Judaism. Our synagogue is accessible to anyone who has the longing to pursue the journey of their Jewish soul. Please join us by supporting our meaningful efforts of kindness . Our welcome committee sends out Free Challah bread for those who shall register . We give weekly update of our activities. We would to love to read your comments, and can do so from our Facebook, Instagram and website. We include all jews, understanding that unity is substantive yet not repressive. We welcome those willing to learn to bring tikkun olam. We may be different in backgrounds, appearance and identities but we are one in Hashem. Everyone is unique. If we come together as diverse individuals we become productive in our Jewish community. Dear beloved, you belonwith us.
THE WELCOME COMMITTEE
You are loved
of the Philippines welcomes you!
Email us and we will embrace you.
would like to invite you to join our:
Women's Tea & Torah
Come join an extraordinary group of talented and dedicated women.
Together we can help do mitzvot and broaden our social circle.
Unity will make our spark brighter!
We believe in taking action with urgency and care to serve those who need us most. Please join us in our effort to make a measurable difference in the lives of others. It’s time to make real change.
Beit Yacoov welcomes all jews to be a part of the Jewish community to make them comfortable with religious and traditional elements of Judaism through a rich and varied program.
The Committee helps congregants to familiarize themselves with Halacha; develop or deepen an understanding of Jewish history and culture.
We usher in Shabbat on Friday evenings by candle lighting, a soulful Kabbalat Shabbat and Kiddush.
Daily shacharit minyan at 7:15am (8am on Sunday
followed by breakfast (sandwiches on Sun, Tue, Wed & Fri and a full hot breakfast on Mon, Thu & Rosh Chodesh) as well as all minyanim on Shabbat.
We have a restaurant known as The Shuk that is open for lunch every Thursday (12pm-2pm) .
Friday night service at 6:30pm followed by dinner
Saturday service at 9:30am followed by Kiddush/Lunch. Kindly not that booking is essential. If you would like to join our meals kindly reserve by contacting:
Monday and Thursday Minyan 7:15am followed by Breakfast
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Minyan 7:15am followed by Sandwiches
Sunday Minyan 8:00am followed by Sandwiches
Rosh Chodesh if during the week at 7:15am followed by Breakfast