What are Interest Groups?
At TBT, one of the ways that we help people connect to their community is through shared intrests. There are so many ways to get involved with fellow congregants, as you study Torah or Jewish History and culture, grow beautiful produce for Hopelink in our garden, play games in our Mah Jongg or “Chosen Meeple” groups, sing with the choir, or find another way to get people engaged with each other. If you’re interested in something – and you don’t see it here – feel free to get in touch below and we’ll help you get it going!
Skiing Winter 2018
Walk and Talk
TBT Garden Club
Knitting and Crafts
French Speakers Group
The mission of the Sisterhood of Temple B’nai Torah is to build connections between the women of Sisterhood to each other and, in turn, the Temple, our community and the world-at-large, as part of Women of Reform Judaism. We achieve this goal by providing opportunities for spiritual, social and intellectual growth. Contact: Sarah Rose at email@example.com
Lay-Led Torah Study
Clergy Led TaNakh Study
Jewish History Chavurah
Join other women of all ages at TBT’s Lilith salon. Held quarterly, each salon starts with topics taken from “Lilith” magazine, but the conversation moves in whatever direction the participants take it: new women’s rituals and celebrations, gender and employment laws, food, love, ideas of beauty. Contact Lee Weissman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tikun Olam Task Force (Social Action)
Beginners Mah Jongg
"Chosen Meeple" Board and Table Games
Adult Education Committee
Shabbat Dinner Club
Do you like to sing? Please consider giving of yourself, your time and your good energy to enhance our TBT services by joining the choir. Share in the joy of Shabbat through singing sacred music and make new friendships too. If you can hold your pitch and are available most Sunday afternoons – you’re in. Contact: Marianne at email@example.com.
Interested in Starting an Interest Group?
Do you have a passion you’d like to share with others in our Temple community? All it takes is a good idea and your willingness to coordinate. Every group is different. Some meet in homes, some at the Temple, and some out and about. They meet at times convenient to the coordinator and participants in the group. Let us know your interest and we’ll be glad to help with initial organization and publicity. Contact: Matt Titelbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org