General Fund

Donations to the General Fund of Temple Beth Israel.

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Building Fund

The Building fund helps to defray upkeep costs of our nearly century-old home.

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Campership Fund

Helps to provide financial assistance for member students attending a Jewish summer camp.

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Floral Fund

Used to pay for flowers used at the Temple or sent as gifts.

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Discretionary Fund

Used by the Rabbi for purchases benefiting the Temple as well as for donations and gifts

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John and Ruth Roberts Music Fund

Used towards anything music related.

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Used to cover unbudgeted expenses for special projects, programs, and convention travel

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Youth Education

Contributions help provide crafts and activities for our youth.

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Oneg Sponsor

Sponsor an oneg - please contact the Temple office to arrange for a date.

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Siddur Fund

Contributions go towards purchases of new prayer books.

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Tree of Life Leaf

Remember your loved ones or celebrate an occasion with an addition to the Tree of Life sculpture in our social hall.

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Tree of Life Scroll

Donation in honor or memory of your friends and loved ones.

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Yahrzeit Memorial Plaque

Remember your loved ones with a plaque on the rear wall of our beautiful sanctuary.

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Who Are We?

We are men, women and children of every background, sharing the joys of Judaism in a setting that is energetic, welcoming, inclusive, pluralistic, and egalitarian.

We are active in the life of our congregation, serving as prayer leaders, teachers of adults and children, and community activists working in the spirit of our prophetic tradition.

We are life-long learners, from our early-childhood programs, to our Religious School that encompasses Kindergarten through B’nai Mitzvah and 10th-grade Confirmation, to our extensive programs of Adult Education including regular study of scripture.

We are proud heirs of the progressive foundations of Reform Judaism, which infuse respect for Jewish texts and history with commitment to modern scholarship, social justice, and ethical living.

Location & Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed