Worship, Holidays & Festivals at Temple Beth Torah

Temple Beth Torah is our spiritual home. As a house of prayer, we gather together in congregational worship to seek God’s presence, to share our lives as Jews and to be part of the community of Israel. Some are seeking to discover, others to rediscover the richness of our Jewish heritage. Because people come to Temple Beth Torah from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and lifestyles, our worship services blend the traditional with the contemporary in prayer and song.

TBT is now holding multi-access (in-person and virtual) services, with advanced registration required for in-person attendance. Please refer to our services and registration page and our in person attendance guidelines for all of the details. Registration is NOT required to attend virtually, but click here to receive our weekly bulletin that contains the links to join our services via Zoom.

Services and Registration

Join us for multi-access weekly Shabbat services as we transform ourselves and each other through worship. Currently, advanced registration and masks are required to attend services in-person.

Shabbat & High Holidays

  

Shabbat, a weekly observance that lasts from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday, is one of Judaism’s most distinct practices, as well as one of its most pervasive and long lasting gifts to the Jewish people.

The High Holidays, a.k.a. the High Holy Days, encompass the ten days from the beginning of Rosh Hashanah through the end of Yom Kippur.

Holidays & Festivals

Dates for various Jewish Holidays and Festivals updated each year.

Torah at TBT

Learn about Temple Beth Torah's Sefar Torah, a special copy of the formal Hebrew text of the Torah hand-written on special types of parchment