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Temple B’nai Torah is a diverse caring congregation that embraces a progressive and inclusive vision of Reform Judaism through worship, study of Torah and righteous deeds. We are creating a multi-generational home in our region by staying connected to our roots, as well as offering spiritual enrichment, Jewish education and community engagement.

  
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Services Update NEW INFORMATION:

While we are socially distanced, all Friday Night services will now be held at 7:15pm.

We’re hoping this regular time will be easier for you to remember week to week. Please note that Services will now be done on ZOOM so as to maintain distance. Rabbi and Cantor will be joining from their homes. The service will be streamed on Facebook from ZOOM, so you can join us either way!

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From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

My People Are My People: What Israel's Supreme Court Ruling Means for Jews-by-Choice

My People Are My People: What Israel's Supreme Court Ruling Means for Jews-by-Choice kbkaput March 2, 2021

The Jewish people have been welcoming people in for thousands of years, and this ruling takes a tremendous step forward in proving that Israel is the Jewish State for all Jews.

Pandemic Passover, Take Two: The Long Journey through the Wilderness

Pandemic Passover, Take Two: The Long Journey through the Wilderness kbkaput March 2, 2021

Last Passover began the urgent quest to reinvent much of Jewish life, highlighting that some of the ways we “do” Judaism needed to be updated. This year has been a powerful catalyst to shifts in how we perform our holy work.

Israeli Teens File a Lawsuit Related to Enforcement of Coronavirus Rules

Israeli Teens File a Lawsuit Related to Enforcement of Coronavirus Rules kbkaput March 2, 2021

This year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly all schools in Israel have been closed for most of the year, leaving students stuck at home and trying to complete their studies remotely. All of them are hurting – emotionally and socially.

This New Reform Haggadah Combines Liturgy, Poetry, and Art

This New Reform Haggadah Combines Liturgy, Poetry, and Art kbkaput March 1, 2021

The Central Conference for American Rabbis (CCAR) has published a brand new Haggadah. Mishkan HaSeder combines traditional liturgy with an array of contemporary poetry, as well as abstract illustrations that provide readers with something unique to glean from its pages.