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  • Simchat Torah Celebration

    Simchat Torah Celebration

  • Tachlich at Marina Park

    Tachlich at Marina Park

  • Children's Yom Kippur Torah Service

    Children's Yom Kippur Torah Service

  • Sukkot Dinner in Our Sukkah

    Sukkot Dinner in Our Sukkah

  • Brotherhood Prepares Sunday Brunch

    Brotherhood Prepares Sunday Brunch

  • First Day of Torah School Breakfast

    First Day of Torah School Breakfast

  • Hebrew Naming Ceremony

    Hebrew Naming Ceremony

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

Honoring Korean Lunar New Year (Seollal)

Honoring Korean Lunar New Year (Seollal) jemerman January 27, 2022

Last year, I spent Seollal, or Korean New Year, with my family in Busan. The symbolism, the spirituality, and the elaborate order of charye remind me of Jewish holidays and rituals.

I’d Rather Be Me: An Interview with Jewish Performer Shayna Goldberg

I’d Rather Be Me: An Interview with Jewish Performer Shayna Goldberg jemerman January 27, 2022

Twenty-year-old Shayna Goldberg is a young adult songleader and performer with EPIC Players, a New York-based nonprofit theatre company that opens the stage to all types of artists and seeks to shine a light on neurodiverse talent.

Remembrance and Beyond: International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Remembrance and Beyond: International Holocaust Remembrance Day rj-admin-new January 27, 2022

What does it mean to remember? It is to live in more than one world, to prevent the past from fading, and to call upon the future to illuminate it.

Film Review: Breaking Bread

Film Review: Breaking Bread jemerman January 25, 2022

It's rare to find a documentary set in the Middle East that isn't mired in politics and discord. Rarer still is one bathed in the kind of optimism and goodwill found in Beth Elise Hawk's new film, Breaking Bread. An inside look at a three-day food festival in Haifa, Israel, pairing Israeli and Muslim Arab chefs, Breaking Bread pursues peace through the power of creating top-notch cuisine.

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