2017-2018 SHABBAT & HOLIDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE DETAILS


Regular & Ongoing Service Details

FRIDAYS
5:45 pm | Tot Shabbat
5:45 pm | Shabbat B'Yachad
6:15 pm | Tot Shabbat Dinner
6:45 pm | Shira
7:10 pm | Popsicle Oneg
7:30 pm | Congregational Service

SATURDAYS
8:50 am | Torah Study
10 am | Shabbat Service or Bat/Bar Mitzvah Service

SHABBAT ACHAT
5:30 pm | Shabbat Achat Dinner
6:30 pm | Shabbat Achat Service
This service runs every fourth Friday of the month,
and replaces the regular Tot Shabbat/Shabbat B'Yachad
and the traditional 7:30 pm service.
Shabbat Achat runs September-June.

Summer Service Details | September-June

FRIDAYS
5:45 pm Tot Shabbat
6:15 pm Tot Shabbat Dinner
6:45 pm | Shira
Tot Shabbat Oneg following Shira
7:30 pm | Lay-Led Shabbat Service

SATURDAYS

9:30 am | Torah Study
10:30 am | Chapel Service


Chanukah at TBE | 2018

Latkes! Latkes! Latkes! Brotherhood Latke Dinner
Date and Time TBD

Chanukah Service w/ Worship Band
Date and Time TBD
Join us for our annual, lively Chanukah service including the annual lighting
of menorahs! Bring your family menorah and candles
to the bima for one big, beautiful, congregational lighting!


Upcoming Services & Programs | 2018

SECOND NIGHT SEDER
DATE TBD | 6 pm

PASSOVER
DATE TBD
11 am | Passover Service and Lunch

YOM HASHOAH
7:30 pm | Yom HaShoah Service | DATE TBD

BROTHERHOOD SHABBAT
7:30 pm | Brotherhood Shabbat Service | May 19

SOCIAL ACTION SHABBAT
7:30 pm | Social Action Shabbat Service | DATE TBD

WTBE SHABBAT
7:30 pm | Sisterhood Shabbat Service | DATE TBD

SHAVUOT
Tuesday, May 30
8 pm | Shavuot Service
Wednesday, May 31 | 11 am | Yizkor Service & Luncheon


 Shabbat Service & Commemoration of Yom HaShoah Service
DATE TBD | 7:30 pm | TBE
This special service is developed yearly by members
of Generations After, TBE's group of Holocaust survivors and their
descendants. Speaking on behalf of victims of the Shoah,
Generations After will focus on "The Chance to Show Humanity."

When we grapple with the enormity of our losses in the Shoah,
we struggle to make sense of how and why a remnant of our people
survived. In many instances, it was by pure chance - a random happenstance.
But "chance" also means seizing an opportunity, and in other instances,
individuals took the chance to show humanity through acts large and small,
and so helped our loved ones survive.

Please join us for stories of chance, humanity, and how these relate to our lives today.

Our Mission

We promote and nurture the beliefs and practices of Reform Judaism by cultivating a love and understanding of our Jewish heritage, stimulating fellowship within the Temple and in the Jewish community, and strengthening the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere to bring near the age of universal peace through acts of righteousness in society at large.

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