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Our doors are open to all who seek to worship, learn, and serve the community. At this time, we do require the wearing of masks during all in-person services.

Services at  Temple Beth Jacob are an inclusive space where we strive to be welcoming to all. Saturday morning services switch off between Torah study and a traditional service, with exceptions for when b’nei mitzvah students are called to the Torah. 

Our goal is to broaden the understanding of Judaism.  And through better understanding establish each individual’s relationship with G-d.  Join us to experience our interactive service.  Come learn with us.

Friday Night Kabbalat Shabbat service  7:00 PM – in person and over TBJ Live!

Saturday Morning Shabbat service/Torah study 9:30 AM – in person and over Zoom.




From legacy website: 

Shabbat – Shabbat worship services are led by the Rabbi using the the Siddur of the Reform movement, Mishkan T’filahShabbat worship services are held Saturday mornings at 9:30 am, and Friday evenings at 7:00 pm. Approximately once a month on Friday night, Rabbi Robin is joined by Cantor Shira in the leading of worship. Also, the T’filah Band Jammers participate in Friday night or holiday services approximately eight times a year. Our youth lead services, too. Grade led services (K/1, 2, 3, 4/5, 6, and 7) happen throughout the year on Friday evenings. On Saturday mornings, once a year, our 6th and 7th grade students lead separate services, and our K/1/2 and our 3/4/5 students participate as a group. Our CONTY Youth group leads one Friday service during the year, as does our Sisterhood. B’nei mitzvah students generally lead the Friday night and Saturday morning services of the Shabbat when they are called to the Torah.

Oneg Shabbat / Kiddush – TBJ congregants enjoy an Oneg Shabbat or Kiddush following Friday evening and Saturday morning services from September through June. The Oneg is kosher style, dairy/parve, usually consisting of fruit, sweet pastries, crackers and cheese. Congregants are encouraged to provide refreshments for the Oneg to celebrate happy occasions, such as a wedding, anniversary or birth. Sometimes the happy occasion is simply being a member of our community.

Wed, June 19 2024 13 Sivan 5784