Central Oregon’s Jewish Reform Congregation

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Events

  1. 08 Aug

    Chevruta: Torah Study through the Lens of the Musar Masters

    9:00 am - 10:15 am

    Next dates: 15 Aug | 22 Aug | 29 Aug |
  2. 13 Aug

    Friday Night Shabbat Lights

    5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  3. 15 Aug
  4. 27 Aug

    Shabbat on the River Picnic

    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  5. 28 Aug

    Bat Mitzvah of Vida Halpern

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  6. 28 Aug

    S'lichot Havdallah

    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  7. 29 Aug
  8. 06 Sep

    Labor Day

    ALL DAY EVENT

Happenings

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 templebethtikvah@gmail.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.

Membership Payment

You can make your membership payment here.

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

Shabbat Services


Check our calendar of events for information on upcoming Shabbat services. 

 

Messages

For Jewish families, retirees and singles at every level of faith, Temple Beth Tikvah provides a comforting embrace for the soul of your DNA.
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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.
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Divrei Tikvah:
From Rabbi Johanna Hershenson

Rabbi Johanna Hershenson
Rabbi Johanna Hershenson

The Talmud teaches that there are four New Years. One for counting years, one for counting tithes, one for the trees, and one for counting kings.

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President’s Message:
From Kerrie Zurovsky

TBT president Kerrie Zurovsky
 
As we begin a new fiscal year and term of leadership, I am honored to serve as Temple Beth Tikvah’s newest president. The past 16 months have brought about many changes in all of our lives. For me, several of these changes have been lovely surprises laced with hidden blessings and gratitude.

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Celebrating Emancipation Day

Celebrating Emancipation Day urjadmin July 30, 2021

It is important to pay attention to how we remember Emancipation Day in Canada.

August Family Fun with the Artists Behind Shabbat ShaMorning

August Family Fun with the Artists Behind Shabbat ShaMorning jstern July 28, 2021

Before the summer slips away, join award-winning children’s musician and composer Ellen Allard for Summer Family Jam, a 5-week series of joyful, interactive, and engaging 30-minute virtual family music classes for ages 0 - 6.

Don’t Wait: Life Lessons for the High Holidays from 88-Year-Old Reb Murray

Don’t Wait: Life Lessons for the High Holidays from 88-Year-Old Reb Murray jstern July 27, 2021

Meet 88-year-old Murray, an astounding man. Quiet, sometimes reserved, Murray became my father-in-law 31 years ago, when God softly whispered to me, “Don’t wait.” I confess I didn’t appreciate him fully until recently.

Two Books That Lifted My Spirits in the Time of COVID

Two Books That Lifted My Spirits in the Time of COVID jstern July 26, 2021

Jared Goldin discusses the lessons he took away from A Life of Meaning, Embracing Reform Judaism’s Sacred Path and What Kind of Future Will Our Children Inherit?