Welcome to Temple B'rith Kodesh

  • Havdallah Gathering of TBK Members

  • 2018 Confirmation Class

  • TBK Congregational Picnic

  • TBK Sanctuary and Ark

  • Join us on our next trip to Israel!

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 5:30pm
Thursday, November 22, 2018 (All day)
Thursday, November 22, 2018 - 11:00am
Friday, November 23, 2018 (All day)
Friday, November 23, 2018 - 6:00pm

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Ask the Rabbi

We are introducing our own “TBK Ask the Rabbi” through the website.

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We Stand With Pittsburgh!

TBK stands with the people of Pittsburgh

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Installation of Rabbi Tulik
as TBK Assistant Rabbi

Friday, November 16 at 7:00 pm - Shabbat Service with celebratory Oneg to follow.

Special guest:  Rabbi Martin Weiner, Rabbi Tulik's teacher and mentor.

Saturday, November 17 at 9:15 am (bagels at 9:00 am) Special Torah Study with Rabbi Weiner: "Midrash, Movies, and Meaning"



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Chanukah Bazaar 
Sunday, November 18

Please join us for our annual
Chanukah Bazaar!

For one day only we will offer a 20% holiday discount and will not charge tax. We will also be offering a 15% discount on Sunday December 9th, the day of the school Chanukah event.


Festive Chanukah Dinner and Shabbat Service

TBK invites the community to join us for a festive Chanukah Dinner and Shabbat Service!

Friday, Dec. 7 at 5:30 pm

CLICK HERE for more information & reservations 

We Stand With Pittsburgh

Temple B'rith Kodesh, along with the entire Rochester community, stands in support of the members of the Tree of Life Synagogue, and the people of Pittsburgh.   Click the link below to read about the Community Vigil held at TBK and attended by a diverse group of 3,000 people, Rabbi Stein's sermon from "Solidarity Shabbat", and where to make donations of support



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Parashat Vayishlach

In this Torah portion, God tells Jacob to return home. Worried that his brother Esau will kill him, Jacob divides his clan into two camps, so at least some will survive in case of a fight. Jacob sleeps alone in the desert and is awoken by an angel who wrestles him through the night. Jacob survives and is blessed by the angel and renamed Israel. Jacob meets his brother and, surprisingly, they embrace. Dinah, Jacob’s daughter, is raped by Shekhem, who then proposes to Jacob that he marry her. Shimeon and Levi brutally murder Shekhem and his clan. Rachel has another child, whom she and Jacob name Benjamin.