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March 2023 Important Announcements



  • Masks are OPTIONAL (but recommended) to attend all in-person events and services

    • Remember that if you don't feel well or are experiencing any cold-like symptoms, please stay home and attend services virtually.

  • Join us for this year's IN-PERSON ONLY Purim Shpiel, "Tradition! A Fiddler on the Roof Purim Celebration" on Monday, 3/6 at 7:00pm in the Social Hall. The evening will be filled with song, friends, and delicious Hamantaschen. Everyone's welcome to BYO dinner! 

  • What's better than getting out of the house and having some fun with friends? Come to TBT on Saturday, 3/11 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm for a GAME NIGHT! Cost is FREE (woo!!) but this event is for adults age 21+ only please! We'll provide snacks, soft drinks, and dessert, plus some classic board games everyone loves. Please BYO wine, and your own game of choice if you like. Click here to register by Fri, 3/10. Questions? Email

  • On Sunday, 3/19, we'll gather with other Bay Area Reform Jews at the Religious Action Center Regional Gathering at Sherith Israel in SF from 10:30am to 2:30pm! This will be a great opportunity to get to know, learn with, and have fun with other Jews in our area as we act together around climate justice! For more information, or it you'd like to join us, email

  • On Monday, 3/27, WTBT invites women ages 11+ to join Rabbi Zoe and Cheryl Cohen at 7:00pm in celebrating Passover with song, Passover Seder plate foods, ritual items, and yummy desserts. Cost: is $18/person, with scholarships available. Register here by Thu, 3/23. Questions? Email

  • Counting isn't just important for children when they are learning their numbers. It's part of an important Jewish spiritual practice too! Join Rabbi Zoe on Wednesday, 3/29 at 7:00pm as we learn about the counting of the Omer. This will be a Virtual-only Adult Education program. Click here to register so we can send you the Zoom link. 

  • If you know of any congregants, or any family members or friends who would like to receive email communication from TBT, please forward them this link to sign up. It's quick and easy - they just add their email address and name one time, and voila - they're automatically subscribed!


  • Join us at 12:30pm on Sunday, 4/2 for this multi-access event sponsored by TBT Social Action and featuring speaker and TBT Member, Abe Mazliach, as he reflects on the journey he took this past year to the Displaced Persons camp where he was born. Those attending in-person will enjoy a bagel brunch following the presentation! Click here to register by Fri, 3/31. Questions? Email

    Wise Sons Jewish Deli is having a Passover Pop Up Event at TBT on Wednesday, 4/5! You must pre-order your food in advance online no later than 9:00am on Monday, 4/3. Click here to start your order. Choose "Pop Up at Beth Torah (Fremont)" from the drop down menu to access our event's menu selections, then to come to TBT between 10:00am to 11:00am on Wed, 4/5 to pick up your contactless order. Just drive up, pop the trunk, and drive away!

    Join us on Thursday, 4/6 at 6:00pm for "Dayeinu", our Temple Beth Torah community Seder. This in-person Passover celebration will be filled with song, story, traditions, good food, and fun! Costs are $25/adults and teens 13+, and $10/youth <13. Scholarships are available. Please click here to register by Friday, 3/24.

    TBT has been blessed to care for a Holocaust Torah, but what is its story? On Our FREE multi-access Yom Ha'Shoah program for ages 12+ is co-sponsored by TBT and TCIC, and begins at 6:30pm on Sunday, 4/23. Guest speakers Karen Koblitz and Dale Bluestein will discuss their documentary "A Sacred Space; Rebuilding a Memory" about the Jewish community of Pacov and their Torahs. The evening includes a shortened service, a screening of the documentary, a conversation with our guest speakers, and an opportunity to view our special Torah up close. Please be sure to click here to register by Fri, 4/21. 

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