• Tikkun Olam
    Tikkun Olam Members worked with Habitat for Humanity
  • You are Welcome Here
    You are Welcome Here
  • Youth Kallah
    Youth Kallah Teens from the whole Northeast gathered at TBK
  • Family
    Family Pray and stay--a perfect summer Shabbat
  • Tikkun Olam
    Tikkun Olam Our youth learn to work for social justice.

The TBK Library Committee Requests Your Input

The Library Committee has been charged with identifying the library needs of the TBK congregation, its programs, the school and our Rochester community. Our committee members are Leslie Baker, Michael Lococo, David Silver, Herb Skerker, Shelly Weinstein, Kathleen Wilkinson, Joe Easterly and Golda Rayburn.

Please take a moment to answer this brief survey to help us better understand our congregational needs. 

Committee Statement of Purpose:

The library provides information resources that support and enhance the various programs of Temple B’rith Kodesh, the school, congregational community and the community at large to foster lifelong Jewish learning. The library works toward this purpose by maintaining a collection of Judaica.

Library Use
1- Do you use the Library?
Invalid Input
2- Do you use the Library for (check all that apply)-
Invalid Input
3- How often do you use the library
Invalid Input
4- What suggestions do you have for the library collection and the library space?
Please let us know your message.
Comments

Bulletin IconWelcome
Rabbi's Column
President's Report
In Memoriam
Sermons

Religious School
Will Meet Sunday April 22

Preschool Workshop at 9:30 am - Lag B'Omer.
Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for information or to sign up.

Join the Jewish Federation to celebrate!
Visit JewishRochester.org for details.

For the Greater Rochester Community

Temple Beth El Richard W. Briskin Cantor-in-Residence Concert
Sunday April 22 at 2:00 pm
Cantorial Concert with 6 cantors - Free and open to the public

The Farash Fellowship for the Advancement of Jewish Humanities & Culture
Presents Acclaimed Israeli Author Amos Oz
The first recipient of the Farash Fellowship
Tuesday April 24 at 5:00 pm
At the Dryden Theater, Reservations Required
A Program of the Max & Marian Farash Charitable Foundation

Leon Katzen Memorial Lecture with Professor Gerald Steinberg
Weaponizing Human Rights to Target Israel: Orwell in the 21st Century
Tuesday April 24 at 7:00 pm at Temple Beth El

Women's Council of Jewish Senior Life Foundation presents
Living a Life by Design with Monica H. Schaefer Ph.D.
Thursday April 26 at 6:00 pm at Irondequoit Country Club
$36 per person
Contact ROCLifeByDesign.org or call 784-6383

Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network
Car City Carnival 2018
Saturday April 28 5:00 pm - Sunday April 29 7:30 am
Learn about family homelessness by joining this sleep-over
Visit RAIHN.org to register ($30 adult/$15 youth) or call 506-9050

Women's Council of Jewish Senior Life Foundation presents

Living a Life by Design with Monica H. Schaefer Ph.D.
Tuesday April 26 at 6:00 pm at Irondequoit Country Club
$36 per person; RSVP by April 12
Contact ROCLifeByDesign.org or cal 784-6383

The Farash Fellowship for the Advancement of Jewish Humanities & Culture
Presents Acclaimed Israeli Author Amos Oz
The first recipient of the Farash Fellowship
Tuesday April 24 at 5:00 pm
At the Dryden Theater, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
A Program of the Max & Marian Farash Charitable Foundation