Central Oregon’s Jewish Reform Congregation
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High Holy Days Services still available for viewing
Did you miss out on High Holy Days services? It’s not too late! You can watch Rabbi Johanna conducting our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services along with our talented musicians. Click here to watch!
HHD Tzedakah Project
Let’s Join Together – Virtually!
Temple Beth Tikvah is a remarkable community of incredible individuals and we are blessed to have each other particularly during a pandemic. While there is no substitute for a really big hug, we are grateful for our virtual gatherings that enable us to see each other, chat and listen, sing, pray, learn and grow. Now, we have more opportunities for TBT members to come together online to learn and share and socialize. Check our calendar for upcoming online events. If you’d like to attend any of our events email email@example.com.
Words of Torah from Rabbi Hershenson
And while we are all staying safe at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 you can learn a lot and laugh a little with Rabbi Johanna’s Words of Torah.
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Order Your Tribute Bookplates
Honor your loved ones with a beautiful bookplate capturing the character of Central Oregon. For more information and to order your bookplate for our Shabbat Mishkan T’filah and our High Holy Days prayer books, the Mishkan HaNefesh: Machzor for the Days of Awe, click here.
Check our calendar of events for information on upcoming Shabbat services.
For Jewish families, retirees and singles at every level of faith, Temple Beth Tikvah provides a comforting embrace for the soul of your DNA.
Read more about TBT
Temple Beth Tikvah has a wealth of Jewish programming for families with children – from toddlers to teens. We greatly respect the needs of our children and feel it is important to support the families while nurturing their child’s own Jewish values and growth.
Read more about our Family programming
From Rabbi Johanna Hershenson
Our High Holy Day season has come and gone. While our gathering could not be, we live-streamed services and sermons and heard the shofar sound from Pioneer Park as many came through to participate in Tashlich, casting last year’s regrets into the river to be carried away. Emerge, we did, from Yom Kippur day, with the Jewish year, 5782, before us.
From Kerrie Zurovsky