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About Us

 

Temple B’nai Torah (TBT) offers an inclusive home for Reform Jews and interfaith families in a diverse and vibrant community. TBT provides a distinctly personal and welcoming environment to explore connections to Judaism through worship, study and acts of loving-kindness. We connect through religious services, educational programs for all ages, social action, holiday celebrations, lifecycle events and more. Our TBT family comes from all over the Puget Sound area. What our members find unique about our community is our warmth, inclusiveness and diversity. 

We are a congregation of more than 350 families in suburban Bellevue, Washington. We pride ourselves on being large enough to serve you, but small enough to know you. Temple B'nai Torah, even at its biggest, has always had the intimacy of a smaller congregation.

Our clergy are ever-present to provide needed spiritual support and guidance.

Our religious services offer our members the ability to participate and share in creative and uplifting Jewish traditions.

Lifelong Learning;  A Journey, Not a Destination

Our educational programs for both adults and children empower learners  to explore and question. We study and collaborate to create a deeply meaningful and resonant Judaism that is transformative in the lives of our members. 

Our tailored B'nai Mitzvah program gives our students the ability to teach Torah and lead worship services while celebrating their unique identities as emerging adults within our community.

The community connects socially through a wide offering of groups and auxiliaries. Members have established various interest groups centered around activities that bring us together to enjoy culture, sports and friendship. Congregants also reach out to the broader community in social action efforts of Tikkun Olam (to heal the world) – to make a difference in our larger community. Our auxiliaries (Sisterhood and B’nai Torah Youth) work to strengthen the bonds among our members and grow our TBT Family.

To learn more about our community, feel free to explore our website, visit our Facebook page, or give us a call at (425) 603-9677.

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