The Temple Beth Torah Community
Temple Beth Torah offers a wide range of programs and activities for members of all ages. We are a community built on on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, a Jew by birth or by choice.
We would love to hear from you, whether you're interested in membership or just general information. Please click here to contact us to learn more.
Women of TBT
The Women of Temple Beth Torah is a women's organization with a main objective of promoting socialization, education and religiosity of our membership while promoting the values of Reform Judaism. Our membership is comprised of Jewish and non-Jewish women, both affiliated with our temple and non-affiliated. Click to learn more!
Marika Winheld BBYO
Mar-Win is the local chapter of BBYO, an international teen-led organization for 8th-12th graders. The purpose of this chapter is to create a greater sense of Jewish identity for the teens in the Tri-City area while having an awesome time. Click here to learn more!
The TBT Brotherhood is a organization of men within the Temple Beth Torah communitythat provides opportunities to actively participate in service to the congregation and the greater community, working together on projects, volunteering and having fun. Click to learn more!
Be a part of your Jewish Community and share your skills, expertise and time to make Temple Beth Torah a better place. Volunteers are needed on many committees, as well as for big and small projects around the temple. Click here to learn More!
WTBT Gift Shop
WTBT maintain a very extensive Judaic Gift Shop. The shop is stocked with items for ritual observances, Jewish household necessities, books, greeting cards, toys, games and gift items. “Wish Lists” and gift registry services are available. Click here to learn more!
URJ Camp Newman
Reform Jewish camping is an integral part of the Reform Jewish experience in North America. Since its establishment in 1947, the URJ Camp Newman Institute for Living Judaism has always maintained a unique culture of living Judaism. Click here to learn more!