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.
Donate Blood. The Sisterhood Sponsored Blood Drive is January 5, 2014. RSVP to Madeleine Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org See Special Events page for flyer and details--click here:
December 21, 2013 at 11:30 a.m.--Lunch & Learn with Irv Silberman discussing "Muhammad & the Jews"
The Temple TIkvah PTA is selling the Entertainment 2014 book. The book costs $25, contains coupons for discounts and supports the PTA. Contact Sue Menoscal at email@example.com.
This Week's Events
Friday, December 13, 2013 at 6:15 p.m.--Grade 5 Dinner Friday, December 13, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.--Family Shabbat Service with Grade 5 Saturday,December 14, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.--Torah Study Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 10:15 a.m.--Tot Shabbat Sunday, December 15, 2013 at 9:30 a.m.--Religious School and Kollel
December 21st at 11:30 a.m.--Lunch & Learn with Irv Silberman December 22nd at 2 PM--Bad Jews January 5th--Blood Drive January 11, 2014--Bingotini January 27th--Congregational Meeting January 31, 2014--Congregational Dinner February 2, 2014--Defensive Driving Course
By Edwin Goldberg The afternoon service – a tradition not usually observed in Reform Judaism – is an important part of Yom Kippur observance for Reform Jews. Not only does it help fill the time between the morning and break-the-fast; it also offers yet another opportunity for reflection and repentance. The editors of the upcoming machzor, […]
The late Rabbi David Hartman, z”l, was honored posthumously tonight at the URJ Biennial Convention in San Diego, CA., by receiving the Reform Movement’s highest honor, the Alexander M. Schindler Award for Service to World Jewry. Named for Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler, the second president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations from 1973-1996, this […]
by Rabbi Joshua Weinberg “Rabbi Tarfon and some elders were reclining in an upper chamber in the house of Nitza in Lod when this question came up: Which is greater, study or action? Rabbi Tarfon spoke up and said: Action is greater. Rabbi Akiva spoke up and said: Study is greater. The others then spoke […]
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