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 Temple office can direct families to our banquet coordinator to help you.