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Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur 2020 will begin in the evening of Sunday, September 27 and ends in the evening of Monday, September 28 High Holy Days Worship Access (for TBS Members) High Holy Days Worship Access (Non Members) Yom Kippur is time when we dedicate our mind, body, and soul to reconciliation with our fellow human beings, […]

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Echoes of Elul, Day 28: Carry On

Anonymous Elul, a time of dread to me. Like in a movie when you hear the ominous background music while people are having fun. Something dreadful is about to happen and everyone is oblivious. I am headed for the High Holy Days where something profound “should” happen. But unlike my movie friends, I know it. […]

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An Opportunity to Visit the TBS Memorial Wall

Schedule a Memorial Wall Visit Many Jews make a point of visiting loved ones’ graves during the month of Elul. Visiting the graves of loved ones, during the High Holy Days, helps connect us to the holidays’ themes of renewal, repentance, reflection, and growth through memories of our loved ones. During these times, our movements […]

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Shabbat Parade: October 2

ROUND Holiday Challah To-Go! October 2nd from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. ​​​​​​We had an amazing time ushering in Shabbat and Rosh Hashanah on September 18th! On behalf of the membership committee and all attendees, we want to extend another huge thank you to those who have sponsored and donated toward these events. We hope […]

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Simchat Torah

Simchat Torah will be Saturday, October 10th, with Havdalah and the Simchat Torah service at 6:00 pm via Zoom. We will pass Torah from house to house by having families (of all ages!) sign up to receive your own letter from the Alef-Bet and then create something with that letter: art, a poem, a story, […]

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Happy 5781 Fellow TBS Congregants

Mitch Cohen, TBS President (The world was created in 3761 BCE + 2020 = 5781 CE) I look at those numbers and try to wrap my head around such a long span of time. I’m 51 years-old, so I’ve only been around for 0.8% of the time that Judaism has been a religion. The Reform […]

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