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Campaign to Ensure Our Future - Naming & Dedication Opportunities

The Naming and Dedication opportunities for the Campaign To Ensure Our Future provide the chance to associate your name, or your family's name, to a major and long-lasting commitment to see Temple B'rith Kodesh thrive into the future.

Named Spaces Gift
Inner Courtyard $500,000
Outer Courtyard $250,000
Administrative Office Suite $250,000
West Portico $250,000
Museum $250,000
   
Dedicated Spaces Gift
Rabbis' Study Warren & Joyce Heilbronner
Executive Director's Office $100,000
North and South Boulevards (2) $100,000 (each)
East and West Boulevards (3) $100,000 (each)
Judaica Shop $100,000
Music Office Bev and Morrie Weinstein
Classrooms - Feinbloom Center for Leadership

Stuart & Betsy Bobry (2)
Four remain - $25,000 each

Teacher Resource Room Dr. A. Hobart & Elinor Lerner
   
Named Chairs and Programs Gift
Senior Rabbi Chair $2.5M
Assistant Rabbi Chair $1.0M
Director of Education Chair $500,000
Kollel Adult Education Program $250,000
Youth Program $250,000
   

Donors at $250,000 and above will have a named dedication, for example - Spiro Family Inner Courtyard.

For donors between $25,000 and $250,000, a plaque will be placed next to the dedicated area, for example - Museum, dedicated by the Spiro Family.

For more information on Naming & Dedication Opportunities, contact TBK Executive Director Michael Yudelson at (585) 244-7060 or e-mail him by clicking here.

 

Parashat

Parashat Vayishlach
December 14, 2019

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

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