The literal meaning of the Hebrew word mitzvah is commandment, but the generally accepted sense is that of a good deed. The emphasis is on deeds—not on positive thoughts or wishes, but on conscious acts of empathy and kindness. Here at Temple Beth Tikvah we strive daily to perform Mitzvahs for our loved ones, our families, our neighbors and community.

All who are hungry, come and eat; all who want, come and celebrate Passover.
This year at Passover, our TBT family will be taking this opening passage from the Passover Haggadah to heart.  
We will be pairing congregants who would like to host some additional guests with congregants who are looking to participate in a Passover Seder together for a Passover meal.
If you are interested in hosting or looking for a Seder, please complete this brief form by clicking the button below.
Email Joyce Fein or call 973-595-6565 ext 220 if you have any questions.

School Fundraiser We have a GREAT fundraiser just in time for Passover! We are offering Kosher for Passover candies as well as other great treats through Miss Chocolate. You can have your friends and family order online and choose to have you deliver if they are local to you, or they can choose to pay to have it shipped. 
Register for an account: ID: 701822The online store closes on March 12 in order to receive the products in time for Passover. Thank you for your participation!
If you have any questions you can reach out to Jill Stanley at or 732-915-4057.

Help support fellow congregants, the Simon-Wainick Family

Help support former congregants Kedem Sunrise Weisberg, 9-year-old son of Shoshana Wylen Weisberg and Reuven Weisberg and grandson of Cheryl and Rabbi Stephen Wylen.

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