July 01, 2015   14 Tamuz 5775

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Come on in. Take off your coat. Have a little something to eat. And join a dynamic and inclusive Reform congregation where you truly belong. From young families, to seniors, to singles to interfaith and same sex couples, all are welcome to take part in a spiritual environment where joy and personal connections flourish.

As a vital and active congregation led by Rabbi Randy Sheinberg, you’ll find Early Childhood Education and Hebrew School, a Junior and Senior Youth Group, Lifelong Learning and Torah Study, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, the Caring Community and a wealth of social activities and events for all.

Tikvah means hope. And we hope you’ll consider becoming part of this caring community. Give us a call. Come visit us. We'll make a plate for you.


UPDATE – Click here for our current calendar. 




                      

                                 
   
 

Click here for our Spring Schedule of Early Childhood Programming.

June 17 – Zumba Special Rates on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm throughout June, July and August.

June 18 – PJ Library at Temple Tikvah honors fathers – click here for informational flier.

June 26 – Tot Shabbat

June 27 – Lunch and Learn: Sid Caesar, Funny Man – click here for informational flier.  




Shabbat Services Schedule  

Friday, June 26
   6:30 pm – Tot Shabbat
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service
                   with Choir

Saturday, June 27
   9:00 am – Torah Study
  10:15 am – Learners' Service
  11:30 am – Lunch and Learn

Friday, July 3
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, July 4
   9:00 am – Torah Study

Friday, July 10
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, July 11
   9:00 am – Torah Study

Friday, July 17
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, July 18
   9:00 am – Torah Study  

Upcoming Events  

Please see above.

Catering at Temple Tikvah  
Temple Tikvah's catering facility is operated by Dynamic Events. Please click here for further information.
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Temple Tikvah is pleased to be affiliated with PJ Library! See how families with children from 6 months to 8 years can get a free Jewish content book or CD each month. Click here to sign up!

 



 

RJ.org - The Reform Blog  

Coming Out in a Jewish Community: How Our Congregation Embraces LGBTQ Teenagers

On the bimah during his confirmation, twelfth grader Sean Cooper recounted his coming out experience: When I came out as a homosexual, I posted a picture to Facebook with my father, with the caption “….”. While some may have previously inferred my sexual orientation, that post was my first official public coming out. The next […]

Motivated and Ready to Work: Mechina Prepares NFTY’s Leaders for the Year Ahead

The past several months have been very sobering; the Charleston Church shooting, the attack on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore on the heels of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, the Pope’s encyclical on climate change and so on. Our children’s world is shaped by a mix of crisis and opportunity. After attending NFTY’s Mechina, the four-day leadership training event for regional leaders held at URJ Kutz Camp, I remain hopeful. I’m hopeful because I got to meet, study and pray with amazing teens who are ready and willing to wrestle with the important issues of our time and the Reform Movement has what to offer to help them with that important task.

Picture Yourself at the URJ Biennial: Enter Our Photo Contest!

Ready, set, snap! Want to see yourself on the big screen during URJ Biennial 2015? Here’s your chance to share your congregation’s best moments with 5,000 Reform Movement friends. Do you have beautiful photos that demonstrate the vibrancy of your community? Enter the Biennial 2015 Photo Contest for a chance at a starring role in […]
New Website Announced  
The URJ has announced a new website:  ReformJudaism.org.  Click here to explore it ReformJudaism.org
Sid Jacobson JCC Overview of Specialized Services  

 


 
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