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Jewish Community, Jewish Life, 
Jewish Belonging

WELCOME!   At Temple Beth Torah you’ll find ways to help motivate your Jewish journey; to help you grow from where you are to where you want to be. At TBT you’ll find a warm, down-to-earth, welcoming congregation.

We are egalitarian, Reform in ideology and practice. The doors of TBT are always open to you, and we would be delighted to welcome you into this Jewish community.

SHALOM!

LEARNING

Gifts of Study and Gaining Wisdom Together at TBT

CELEBRATING

We mark our live in community with celebration

ENGAGING

Our lives grow with Active Engagement at TBT

Our Clergy and Professional Staff

We are truly blessed with dedicated, skilled, energetic Jewish Professionals helping you grow.

Robin Faigin

Cantorial Soloist

Cliff Wilcox

Director of Education and Operations

Marion Levin-Welch, MA

Director of Early Childhood Education

 

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Melding Tradition and Innovation: Our Interfaith Toddler Naming Ceremony

Melding Tradition and Innovation: Our Interfaith Toddler Naming Ceremony jemerman

When I found out I was pregnant, my mind was immediately filled with questions and plans. When my son Logan was born at 34 weeks, many of those plans quickly changed.

A Place at the Table: How an Accessible Haggadah Creates a Seder of Belonging

A Place at the Table: How an Accessible Haggadah Creates a Seder of Belonging jemerman

As someone who is completely blind, I have enjoyed many opportunities to fully participate in the Jewish community because of accessible materials.

Modern-Day Plagues of Injustice and Inequality

Modern-Day Plagues of Injustice and Inequality jemerman

On Passover, we recount the Ten Plagues that were inflicted upon the Egyptian people. Below you can find some of the "plagues" and injustices that afflict our present-day society and actions you can take.

Burning Our Emotional Chameitz

Burning Our Emotional Chameitz sdolgov

I grew up in a family that was all about making Jewish ritual our own, and there was no greater holiday for our collective creativity than Passover.

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