Affiliated with the
Five Northern Blvd #1
Amherst NH 03031 USA
serving the greater Nashua area
Betenu is a Reform Synagogue located
in Amherst, New
Hampshire. Betenu is a small,
warm and friendly congregation. Our mission is to be a
all who wish to participate in Jewish community.
more information about
Congregation Betenu, please send
firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Betenu office at 603-886-1633.
April / May Service Schedule
Apr 4, 7:30 PM: Lay-led Service
Friday Apr 11, 7:00
PM: Rabbi-led Service (Parents' night out)
Tuesday Apr 15, 6:15 PM: Potluck Passover Seder (2nd night of Passover)
Friday Apr 18, 7:30 PM: Song Fest Service
Friday Apr 25, 7:30 PM: Lay-led Service
Friday May 2, 7:30 PM: Rabbi-led Service
Friday May 9, 6:30
PM: Farewell potluck dinner for Rav Nate
Friday May 16, 7:30 PM: Lay-led Service
Friday May 23, 7:30 PM: Lay-led Service
Friday May 30, 7:30 PM: Lay-led Service
Congregational Passover Seder
us for Betenu's
Annual Congregational Passover Seder
information call the Betenu office at
night of Passover: Tuesday
April 15, 6:15 PM
please bring a main dish; singles a side dish or dessert
donation: $8 for individuals, $18 for families
required. Sign up in the foyer, or call the Betenu office
Congregation Betenu Religious School offers a comprehensive
Jewish education for students in grades K-7, including Jewish Studies,
Hebrew, music, art, dance, holiday programming, and Rabbi-taught
Bar/Bat Mitzvah preparation. The school features a qualified,
caring, and experienced staff, small class sizes, and weekly Sunday
Click to see 2013-2014 version of The
Betenu Parent Handbook.
The 2013-2014 school year is in progress. New students are
to join us. For more information
about our Religious School, or to arrange a visit, please
Betenu office at 603-886-1633.
newsletter is distributed via email.
be added to our distribution
Manager or call the Betenu office at 603-886-1633.
large geographic area covered by
Congregation Betenu, we belong to two regional interfaith associations.
Nashua Area Interfaith Council
and the Souhegan Valley Interfaith Council.
03/30/2014 by srm