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.

SPECIAL NEWS

Kol Nidre Appeal
We have kicked off our annual Kol Nidre Appeal.  Our continued success depends on YOU!  You can make your donation on our members portal or on our Kol Nidre Appeal page.

Rabbi's Sermons
Rabbi Dermer's 5784 High Holiday Sermons are available online in the Rabbi's Sermon section.

Streaming Services & Programs
We've moved livestreaming to members only portal!  Our members can log in to our members only portal to view live events.  Our YouTube channel will continue to be online with our many programs, but live events will only be available on the members only portal.  If you are a member and dont have access to the members only portal, call the office for instructions.

Mother's Day Concert / Our Yiddishe Mames
On Sunday May 14th, Temple Beth Torah honored our mothers with a special concert featuring Cantor Scott Sokol, Cantor Benjamin Warschawski, Heather Johnson, Benjamin Sokol and Francine Sokol with pianist Elliot Roman and special guest Ken Maltz.  They perform classical, cantorial and popular music. Please click here to watch this amazing concert.

Yom HaShoah Presentation and Service
Special guest presenter and longtime TBT member Harry Rapaport, shared the story of the two Holocaust Sifrei Torah which are held safely in our ark for use throughout the year, and the families that made certain these precious Torahs could survive to horrors of the Shoah. Following Harry’s presentation, a special memorial service was held remembering all the innocent lives stolen during the Shoah.  Click here to view the presentation and 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.

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

  • April 19 - 7:22 pm
  • April 22 - 7:25 pm
  • April 23 - 8:26 pm
  • April 26 - 7:29 pm
  • April 28 - 7:31 pm

SHABBAT MINCHA

Please check live streaming times
  • April 20 - 7:20 pm
  • April 27 - 7:30 pm
  • May 4 - 7:35 pm
  • May 11 - 7:45 pm
  • May 18 - 7:50 pm

TIMES OF REGULAR SERVICES

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