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Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services
  • Our communal experience revolves around Shabbat. Join us for inclusive, lively, and soulful services!
  • Fridays - Kabbalat Shabbat Services 6:15 - 7:30 PM
  • Saturdays - Torah Study at 9:00 AM, Services at 10:00 AM

Sponsor a Kiddush.

 

Join us for our special Shabbat Nariya, when we create a circle of sound, making beautiful music together to welcome in Shabbat. New Dates for 2016-2017!

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TBZ Building Revitalization

Our L’Dor V’Dor Capital Campaign is going strong. Want to find out more about what's happening to our building? Click here. Want to give to the Campaign?

 Here’s how to donate.

BUILDING OUR FUTURE TOGETHER.

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NISHMAT HAYYIM at TBZ MEDITATION PROGRAMS

For more info, click HERE

HIGHLIGHTS

Join us for the High Holy Days at TBZ!

If you are looking for a spiritual, meaningful and uplifting experience for the High Holy Days then TBZ may be the right place for you. We are a relaxed, warm and welcoming congregation.

Here are links to all of the information you will need to see the schedule of services, purchase tickets and other important information:

Yamim Nora'im "Directives" from Reb Moshe

SCHEDULE_OF_SERVICES_5777_2016_

Volunteer to Usher at the High Holiday Services

Membership Form and Additional Seats 2016 (Mail-in Form)

Request Additional High Holiday Seats (Online)

Yizkor-Form-2016

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Sukkot, Shmini Hatzeret and Simchat Torah at TBZ

 Monday, Oct. 17, 10am – First Day of Sukkot Service

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 5:30pm-6:30pm – Potluck in the Sukkah

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21-22 – Shabbat Hol Ha-Moed Sukkot

Sunday, Oct. 16, 9:30-12:30pm – Sukkot Celebration on the Farm

Monday, Oct. 24, 10:00-12:30 – Shmini Atzeret

5:30pm-6:30pm – Mishpachot Family Service

6:30pm-9pm – Join in unfurling the Torah and lively Hakafot

Tuesday, Oct. 25th
9am – Contemplative Simkhat Torah Service with Rabbi Ebn Leader

Click here for complete information

From the Rabbis

The Creation of the World and the re-Creation of our Selves by Reb Moshe

By Reb Moshe

On Rosh Hashana we celebrate the Creation of the world. On Yom Kippur we struggle with our re-creation of self. Both of these are done in community. On Rosh Hashana we are humbled as we see ourselves as small particles of the vast and endless Universe. It is this humility that aids our process of […]

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