Our Virtual Community

Our Virtual Community

During these difficult times, our synagogue is closed, but our TBE community is connected online.

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Our Services Are Online

Our Services Are Online

While the synagogue is closed, join our services online!

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The TBE Daily

The TBE Daily

Read back issues of The TBE Daily email.

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Passover Information

Passover Information

Resources and ideas for this year's Seder

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Torah for the Day

Torah for the Day

Samples of Rabbi Katz's writings from The TBE Daily

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Musical Moments & Messages from Cantor Barber

Musical Moments & Messages from Cantor Barber

Cantor Barber's musical selections from The TBE Daily

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Opportunities to Stay Connected

Opportunities to Stay Connected

We offer a few suggestions to keep busy while we are staying at home.

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Bill & Lynn Foggle Great Issues Lecture Series Featuring Bari Weiss

Bill & Lynn Foggle Great Issues Lecture Series Featuring Bari Weiss

This event has been postponed until Sunday, August 30 at 4:00 pm

 

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Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn

Lunch and Learn has been postponed.

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A Giant Step Forward and a Giant Step Back in Israel

A Giant Step Forward and a Giant Step Back in Israel

Extraordinary news came out of Israel last week. 

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The Latest Tekiah

The Latest Tekiah

March - April 2019 / Adar I – Adar Ii - Nisan 5779

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Tu B’Shevat, an ecological holiday

Tu B’Shevat, an ecological holiday

The world does not belong to us. It is God’s. We have it on loan. And it is our responsibility to leave it for the next generation, unspoiled and intact.

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TBE Security

TBE Security

Security at Temple Beth El has always been a concern. Recent events clearly bring home the message, that yes...this can happen here. 

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History of anti-Semitism in America

History of anti-Semitism in America

A sermon by Rabbi Amy Wallk Katz.

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Let Us Be the Light

Let Us Be the Light

Saturday was undoubtedly one of the darkest days in recent American Jewish history. What must our answer be at moments like this one?

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Be the Future Campaign

Be the Future Campaign

The Be the Future Campaign has the dual aims of funding the renovation of the Shames Sanctuary and reducing the debt carried by the synagogue.

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Here I Am - Hineni

Here I Am - Hineni

On the second day of Rosh HaShanah I suggested that in addition to Just Show Up, we should all be thinking about saying Here I am. 

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Why Celebrate Hanukkah?

Why Celebrate Hanukkah?

What is more important: placing the menorah in the window, or lighting the candles?

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My Thanksgiving Message

My Thanksgiving Message

Thanksgiving is one of those American holidays that feels Jewish to me.

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Airport Parking Promotion

Airport Parking Promotion

Do you have travel plans? Save on airport parking at Bradley International Airport, and help Temple Beth El at the same time! 

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I'm So Tired

I'm So Tired

I’m so tired of offering my congregation words of consolation after some horrific attack on innocent people who happen to be gay, or African American or Jewish.

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Siddur Sim Shalom for Morning Service

Siddur Sim Shalom for Morning Service

This is the siddur we will use for the morning service.

Great Issues Lecture Series Featuring Bari Weiss

Sunday, May 3 at 4:00 pm

The Bill & Lynn Foggle Great Issues Lecture Series will feature keynote speaker Bari Weiss.  Bari is an op-ed staff editor and writer at the New York Times, who writes about culture and politics.  She was previously worked at The WallBari Weiss Street Journal as an op-ed and book review editor.  Her first book, How to Fight Anti-Semitism, was published in 2019 and will be available for sale at the event.  This program is free and open to the public.

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