​​This Week's Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

This Sunday is Rosh Chodesh Elul – the first day of the month leading up to the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. Elul is a time for reflection. For considering our priorities in life. For recalling our core values and asking ourselves whether we are living up to them. When we take this time to mentally and spiritually prepare, the New Year becomes an even more powerful opportunity for healing, for growth and for new beginnings.

Strength of tradition and warmth of community are at the heart of our congregation, yet we are so much more. We are a center for Jewish life, a home away from home where you and your loved ones can share with us in the life-long Jewish journey of learning and discovery.  


Whatever your background, age, or stage of life, we invite you to get to know us by checking out our diverse programs, worship services and special events.  We hope that you will find TBY at the center of your Jewish life. LGBTQI+ and Interfaith couples and families welcome!


Join us Friday nights for Shabbat Services! Wine & Cheese Reception - 5:30 pm | Shabbat Service - 6:00 pm | Oneg to follow