Jewish life is lived through sacred times — our life-cycle events, and sacred seasons — our holidays and festivals.
In addition to traditional lifecycle events, such as at birth, naming, b’nei mitzvah, marriage and dying, Judaism is filled with tradition-infused contemporary responses to other lifecycle moments. Some of these are joyous—perhaps the adoption of a child, or retirement. Others are more difficult—times of illness, or divorce. Our clergy welcome the opportunity to create life-cycle moments that are meaningful and personal.
Temple Beth Torah’s Meister Social Hall is at your disposal to mark your simchas. Our Banquet coordinator can help you.