ABOUT US

Temple Beth Torah is a Conservative synagogue, dedicated to finding meaning in traditional Judaism for the modern, changing world.

A small congregation of about 250 families, we strive to know each other not just as fellow congregants, but as members of an extended family. Our Temple is the center of this extended family.

KOL NIDRE APPEAL

We are about to kick off our annual Kol Nidre Appeal.  Now more than ever we need the wisdom and the strength that our heritage, and our TBT community, provide. Now more than ever, we need YOU to support TBT.

You can make your donation online by click this link

SPECIAL NEWS

Streaming Services Update
We are live streaming our services on YouTube. From your web browser, go to http://bit.ly/tbtstream and you will be taken to the TBT YouTube Channel. If services have not started, you will just see our videos (ie Adult Ed - Parsha of the Week). Once services have started, you will see an image from the sanctuary and the word LIVE. Click on that image and you will see the live stream from the sanctuary.

Streaming times for week starting 11/27:

    • Sunday -
      • Shacharit  at 9:00 AM
      • Ma'ariv  at 8:30 PM
    • Monday -
      • Ma'ariv at 8:30 PM
    • Tuesday -
      • Ma'ariv at 8:30 PM
    • Wednesday -
      • Ma'ariv at 8:30 PM
    • Thursday -
      • Ma'ariv at 8:30 PM
    • Friday -
      • Kabbalat Shabbat / Ma'ariv  at 6:30 PM
    • Saturday -
      • Shacharit at 9:45 AM
      • Mincha / Ma'ariv / Havdallah at 4:10 PM

Rabbi's Sermons
Rabbi Dermer's 5783 High Holiday Sermons are on our YouTube channel but also available online in the Rabbi's Sermon section.

Community Wide Selichot Service
Together with clergy and fellow Jews from Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom, and Shelter Rock Jewish Center, Temple Beth Torah shared in the power of the evening of forgiveness that leads us more fully into the spirit of the Holiday season.  Click here to listen to this spiritual evening service.

How to Forgive When You Can't Forget
Rabbi Klein’s book “How to Forgive When You Can’t Forget” and the chapters within it, invite us to consider some of the most important and timeless questions around how to forgive those in our lives who have wronged us as we start the new year.  Hear Rabbi Klein by clicking here.

What To Do When Life Hurts: Lessons for the Covid Pandemic from the Aids Pandemic
Scott Fried is a youth educator, international award-winning speaker and writer gave a talk on the lessons learned from the Aid pandemic and how they apply to the Covid pandemic. Click here to listen to this inspirational talk.

Online MeshaBerach - Prayer for a person who is ill
Want to request a MeshaBerach while you are online? See the Online Tefillah area of the Judaism section or click here for more information.

HOLIDAYS COMING UP

CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES

  • December 2 - 4:08 pm
  • December 9 - 4:07 pm
  • December 16 - 4:08 pm
  • December 23 - 4:12 pm
  • December 30 - 4:16 pm

SHABBAT MINCHA

Please check live streaming times
  • December 2 - 4:10 pm
  • December 10 - 4:05 pm
  • December 17 - 4:10 pm
  • December 24 - 4:10 pm
  • December 31 - 4:15 pm

TIMES OF REGULAR SERVICES

  • Friday night 6:30pm
  • Shabbat Mornings 9:45am
  • Shabbat Mincha - see above
  • Sunday mornings 9:00am
  • Weekday evening minyans 8:30pm