Rabbi Saul welcomes BTBJ's participation in the "World Wide Wrap" this Sunday, February 3rd featuring an explanation and demonstration of all you want to know about the mitzvah of Tefillin. Jewish tradition speaks about the daily wearing of Tefillin (black leather-strapped phylacteries that are worn every weekday morning except on Shabbat and major holidays) as a major mitzvah. At services that morning and then later after breakfast, Rabbi Saul will demonstrate how they are worn, why we wear them, their source in Biblical and rabbinic tradition and what the mitzvah is all about. Feel free to RSVP with the synagogue office if you plan on coming. The program begins at 9:30 with minyan, continues with breakfast and then continues with our Tefillin demonstration and teaching.
Come join us to see what Tefillin means to the Jewish community and what it can mean to you!