We carry out many religious, educational and cultural activities, in which members, supporters and the public can participate. The focus of our regular activities include Shabbat services, celebrations of Jewish holidays and publishing activities.
With Bejt Simcha you can meet new people, you can take part in events and you can also study Hebrew or Judaism, which are taught several times a week. If you want to receive information about our events, please register here.
We organize educational programs. We involve people and families in religious and community life. We present and bring Jewish culture to the public. For more information see below:
Celebrations of Jewish holidays, commemorative events and anniversaries of important historical events are always accompanied with commentary of the history and significance of the memorable day.
Series of lectures and seminars led by foreign rabbis and local lecturers.
The Jewish monthly magazine Maskil is distributed to all Jewish communities and other institutions in our country, to members of Bejt Simcha and individual subscribers. We distribute 600 copies with up to 20 pages per issue.
Series of lectures on interesting personalities in Jewish history, religious and cultural life.
The regular activities designed to encourage participation of entire families in the religious life of our community which includes special children's services and creative workshops.
SERVICES IN SYNAGOGUES
Together with members of international Jewish communities (USA, New Zealand, Australia, Great Britain), Bejt Simcha returns Torah scrolls originating from former Czechoslovakia, occasionally visits Jewish points of interest (such as Heřmanův Městec, Brandýs nad Labem, Třebíč or Kolín) and with common services we remind ourselves of the legacy of our ancestors.
MAINTENANCE OF JEWISH HERITAGE
Regular and occasional voluntary work at Jewish cemeteries (New Jewish Cemetery in Prague, Velký Pěčín in Telč) and other jewish monuments (farm-memorial of painter FM Nágl in industrial church, after the floods in Terezin, Prague's Jewish Quarter).