Temple Beth Israel is a Reform Jewish congregation where members may freely explore and express their Judaism in an atmosphere of openness and tolerance. Our friendly, diverse and multi-generational community is:
Bet Midrash (A Community of Study) - Education is at the center of our congregational life, offering vibrant and thought provoking Jewish learning for adults, children and families.
Bet T'fillah (A House of Prayer) - Weekday, Shabbat and Holy Day services engage our members of all ages and provide worship experiences to meet the diverse needs of our community.
Bet K'nesset (A Place of Gathering) - We are a community of friends, coming together to celebrate life's joys, cope with life's challenges and work to improve the world.
At Temple Beth Israel the vitality of our present and the promise of our future grow from the roots of our history and tradition. We believe that Jewish life finds its best expression when lived within a community, and so we support each other and strive to create personal connections within our membership, with Israel and with the greater household of the Jewish people.
Join us on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 6:00PM – 7:30PM. Shabbat B’Yachad begins a new program at TBI for families with children in grades K-7. Come and celebrate Shabbat in a fun and unique way with your family. The evening will include dinner and a family friendly, interactive Shabbat service led by Rabbi Weinberg. The cost of the event is $10/adult and $5/child or $25 per family. To RSVP go to: Shabbat_B'Yachad.
♦FRIDAY NIGHT SHABBAT WORSHIP—
Join us on Friday night, April 24, 2015 at 8:15PM for Shabbat evening worship in the Lorge Sanctuary.
A special Shabbat morning worship experience for families with young readers, specifically for grades 1-5, will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 9:00AM. The service will include prayers, learn-and-discuss worship, Torah portion and a light Kiddush. Please RSVP to Michelle Agrest at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.
♦SHABBAT MORNING WORSHIP—
Shabbat morning worship will be held in the Lorge Sanctuary on Saturday, April 26, 2015 at 10:30AM when we will celebrate a Bar Mitzvah.
♦THE FIVE MEGILLOT (SCROLLS) 101—
The Five Megillot 101 class will meet Sunday, April 27, 2015 from 9:00AM to 10:00AM. We will read and discuss chapter four in the book of Esther. Newcomers are always welcome! The_Five_Megillot_101.pdf
♦ONE BOOK, TBI READS—
This year we are reading Broken Tablets: Restoring the Ten Commandments and Ourselves edited by Rabbi Rachel S. Mikva. The schedule of meetings for the rest of this year will be: Sundays, April 26 – chapter 8, May 3 - chapter 9, May 10 – chapter 10, 10:00AM – 11:00AM at the Nosh Café. All are welcome. Books are available for purchase in the Temple office.
IT’S TIME TO SUPPORT REFORM JUDAISM!
♦VOTE FOR “ARZA: REPRESENTING REFORM JUDAISM” IN THE AMERICAN ZIONIST ELECTIONS—
We are entering the final week of voting – please, please, please don’t put it off, VOTE TODAY.
SIGN UP ONLINE
Now you too can sign up for some of our great events online. Registration is easy and takes just seconds.
CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK OR FOLLOW US ON TWITTER OR INSTAGRAM:
Want a fun and easy way to connect with the life of the Congregation? Join the Temple Beth Israel Facebook group and comment, look at pictures and videos of Temple activities, or post your own. See you there! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram too!