Save the date and join your TBT family for dinner and Simchat Torah Festivities! Details coming SOON!
All Jewish Holidays are an important time when family and community get together to celebrate our rich history and heritage. When students are away at college, it is important that they feel connected to their community, have an opportunity to celebrate, and know that someone is thinking of them. The High Holy Days can be particularly difficult for kids not able to return home during the most meaningful time of our year.
The package will contain non perishable items to help the student celebrate the High Holy Days.
Join us Saturday, September 17th to celebrate Selichot!
7:00 pm for a Dessert Reception
Sign up with Dawn, email@example.com, to bake & bring your favorite creation!
7:45 pm – Program led by Rabbi Brian Beal
“Ethical Wills: Insuring your values and ideals will be your lasting legacy”
9:00 pm – Candlelight Selichot Experience
Click here for the September 29th
|Now is the time of year when good things happen. The unbearably warm weather (hopefully) begins to recede, the evening temperature drops, and Temple Beth Tikvah is pleased to announce that we will conduct our 4th annual |
TBT NFL Fantasy Football League and Fundraiser.
All are welcome to join!
|Here is how it will work:|
The entry fee is $100. Once we find out how many people will be participating, we will determine if we will have 1 or 2 leagues. There will be a maximum of 24 teams. It is a full-point PPR (points per reception) league with a selection for a defense and kicker. No prior Fantasy Football experience is needed! The draft will be held at 7:00 pm in the Temple’s Chapman Atrium on August 31st (yes, we have Wifi). You are also welcome to join the draft virtually (link provided once registered). To register, please fill out this Google Form by August 30th Google form link! 50% of the total earnings will go to TBT as a fundraiser, and the 1st place winner will receive 50% of the total earnings minus $150, which will go to the 2nd place winner. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to text or call Greg Seligman at 201.417.0382.
If you were unable to attend or log into Rabbi Beal’s first service with us last Friday, it is posted on our YouTube page!
Please note- we experienced audio difficulties during the Dvar Torah, and the audio lowers significantly. We apologize for any inconvenience.