Give to Your Heart's Content



Passing on traditions and teachings to future generations.

Dedicated to enhancing the lives of those it touches.


Taking steps to aid those in need from every walk of life.

Nurturing personal growth.

As Moses asked each individual to contribute toward building the tabernacle according to their own ability, we ask YOU to support Temple B’rith Kodesh in a manner that is meaningful to YOU.

New Congregational Information Meetings Set

Please join us for congregational information meetings about our new Give To Your Heart's Content membership model on:

Thursday, October 4 at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 14 at 10:00 a.m.

We are excited about this change as we transition from a model based on assigned "dues" to one where we ask members to "give from their hearts".   Please join us to find out more.  The new model will allow congregants to “give from their hearts” to support TBK and will focus on being relational rather than transactional.

From the very earliest era in Jewish history, we read descriptions of how members of the community take responsibility for one another.  In the Torah, we read that all who are able give gifts “as their heart moves them to do.”  Through these gifts, these contributions, the community was able to maintain its strength.

In recent years, especially as we maintain a priority on being inclusive and accessible, we have studied the implications of our dues model.  Many synagogues around the country have asked similar questions and many have come to the same conclusion.  Membership should not rely on fixed dues. Rather, we should return to the Torah’s image of contributions that come from the heart.  We should embrace the core value of tzedakah, and enable our members to support all that TBK aspires to do in their own manner.

We still need the financial support of you, our members and friends, but we will shift to a model that is inclusive and dignified.  Our hope is to open the flaps of our tent wide, allowing one and all to come and participate, allowing one and all to offer their unique gifts.


Parashat Lech Lecha

In this Torah portion, God makes a covenant with Abram promising to make his descendants a great nation. God changes Abram’s name to Abraham. Abraham has a child with Hagar and names him Ishmael. God then promises Abraham’s barren wife, Sarah, that she will have a child.

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