Temple Beth Torah
Temple Beth Torah ~ 42000 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA 94539 ~ Phone: 510-656-7141
Families of all ages continue to be welcome at all programming!
Masks are OPTIONAL (but recommended) to attend all in-person services and events.
Enriching Lives Every Day
Temple Beth Torah is a Reform Jewish synagogue dedicated to serving the spiritual needs of the Tri-City Jewish community. We offer innovative multi-access worship services, preschool through adult educational programs, and social events. We deeply value our community and embrace the diversity of our Temple family.
TBT Events, Services, and News
MULTI-ACCESS SHABBAT SERVICE ON FRI, 3/24 AT 7:30 PM
The Zoom link to join virtually will be in our 3/23 weekly bulletin
A livestream will also be available on our YouTube channel
WOMEN'S PRE-PASSOVER DESSERT SEDER ON MON 3/27 AT 7:00PM
For all women ages 11+. Cost is $18/person. Scholarships are available.
DAYEINU: TBT COMMUNITY SEDER ON THU, 4/6 AT 6:00PM
Cost is $25 for adults & teens 13+, $10 for youth <13. Scholarships available.
EXODUS & DISPLACEMENT: A MULTI-ACCESS PASSOVER RETELLING
This event will be on on Sun, 4/2 at 12:30pm and feature speaker Abe Mazliach
Those in-person will enjoy a bagel brunch following the presentation
TELLING LOST STORIES: MULTI-ACCESS YOM HA'SHOAH PROGRAM
A FREE event on Sun, 4/23 at 6:30pm
Speakers will discuss "A Sacred Space; Rebuilding a Memory" about the Jewish community of Pacov, CZ and their Torahs
Social Action at TBT
Help support earthquake victims in Turkey. Donate online here (choose Social Action Fund), or contribute by cash or check in person in the office, or check by mail.
We are always seeking volutneers for projects related to helping the unhoused in our community as well as newly arrived refugees. Please visit our Social Action page and contact Susan or Janice at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have some time to spare and would like to contribute.
Memories & Dreams: TBT at 60
Get To Know Us
At Temple Beth Torah we pride ourselves on welcoming people of many diverse backgrounds and other faith traditions. We are an inclusive Reform Jewish community open to people of all ages, races, and abilities, welcoming interfaith families, people who are single, and LGBTQ+. Our services and events are open to all, and we invite you to attend to learn more about us. Please come visit us soon and see for yourself why so many have found a spiritual home at Temple Beth Torah. We look forward to having you as a part of our vibrant and growing Jewish community!
We would love for you to help us get to know you better by filling out our General Information form.