Temple Beth Or is an egalitarian traditional congregation affiliated with the Conservative movement and a member of the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism. As the religious and spiritual center of our Jewish community, our aim is to create an all-inclusive, welcoming environment which is warm and inviting, and enriching and meaningful to all who enter.
Experience and participate in the various lectures and programs offered throughout the year by our Adult Education group. Come join in our commitment to life-long learning.
Our youth groups participate in a variety of activities such as making hamantaschen for Purim or picking apples for Rosh Hashanah while fostering their Jewish identity in an informal social atmosphere.
Whether celebrating a simcha or honoring a departed loved one we share these moments as a community to continue our spiritual commitment to the past while moving forward into the future together.
@ 7:15 PM
@ 9:30 AM
Shabbat Services this Shabbat (September 16-17) – in-person at the St. Thomas Lutheran Church gym with Zoom access also provided – Come together as we return to in-person Shabbat services.
Weekday Minyan (Mincha/Ma’ariv) on Zoom only
Monday – Thursday @ 6:15 PM on Zoom
Sunday-Tuesday, September 25-27,
for Rosh Hashanah – consult the special schedule;
Wednesday-Thursday, September 28-29, 6:15 PM (Note new time)
Time Varies during the months of September & October.
Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Morning services online using ZOOM unless noted. Please contact the Temple Beth Or office for further information
This Shabbat (Friday night-Saturday, September 23-24) – Torah Portion: Nitzavim (Triennial Cycle –Deuteronomy/Devarim 29:9-30:2 – One thing we learn from this is that our relationship with God, Torah and each other are part of a covenant that was for the people in the time of Moses and for all who have come after, all the way to us. Haftarah (Isaiah 61:10-63:9) is the seventh of the seven
Haftarot of Comfort following Tishah B’Av and leading to Rosh Hashanah and is the message of the prophet to the people that the Jewish people should rejoice as we move into the future.
Candle Lighting – Friday at 6:36 PM, Shabbat ends at 7:35 PM
We are sorry to announce BINGO will be closed until further notice.
September 19 – October 21, 2022, Cans of Kol Nidre collecton.
Cans for KOL NIDRE flier 2022
Adult Education Class:
August 11 – September 29, 2022, Thursdays @ 7:30 PM – “High Holiday Prayers – Reading and Understanding Them” online through Zoom on Thursdays, at 7:30-8:45 PM – Practice some Hebrew reading and discuss the meanings of certain High Holiday prayers with Rabbi Rubin. Every session is independent.
October 12, 2022, Wednesday – Pizza Party at Rabbi & Susan Rubin’s Sukkah.
November 1, 2022, Tuesday – General Meeting
December 6, 2022, Tuesday – Pre-Chanukah Party
Men’s Club Meetings:
September 18, 2022, Sunday @ 10:00 AM – General Meeting on Zoom.
October 23, 2022, Sunday @ 10:00 AM
November 13, 2022, Sunday
December 11, 2022, Sunday
January 8, 2023, Sunday
February 12, 2023, Sunday – World Wide Wrap
Temple Beth Or Board Meetings:
September 21, 2022
October 26, 2022
November 16, 2022
December 28, 2022
January 25, 2023
February 22, 2023
All bookings must be made through Temple Beth Or/Sisterhood Catering Chairperson Rachel Zycband at 732-581-4809
FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT TEMPLE BETH OR office @ 732-458-4700 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office hours Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
September 26 & 27, 2022, Monday & Tuesday – Rosh Hashanah – TBO Office Closed
Happy New Year!
October 5, 2022, Wednesday – Yom Kippur – TBO Office Closed
October 10 & 11, 2022, Monday & Tuesday – Sukkot – TBO Office Closed
October 17, 2022, Monday – Shemini Atzeret – TBO Office Closed
October 18, 2022, Tuesday – Simchat Torah – TBO Office Closed