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Upcoming Events

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 - 5:30pm
Friday, August 24, 2018 - 6:00pm
Saturday, August 25, 2018 - 10:30am
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 - 1:00pm

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Ask the Rabbi

We are introducing our own “TBK Ask the Rabbi” through the website. Feel free to post a question of any sort, regarding ethics, religious practice, or other concerns.

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The High Holy Days Are Coming!

The High Holy Days are approaching fast! See the July/August Bulletin for service schedules, ticket information, prayer book dedication opportunity, and more or click below

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Welcome to our new web site!  We hope that you will find it useful and helpful.  We welcome your feedback and suggestions.


Mishkan HaNefesh Dedications Still Available

Last year, TBK introduced the use of the Mishkan HaNefesh, the Reform movement's new High Holy Day prayer book.   Click here for more about your opportunity to honor or remember loved ones or Temple friends.


Voluntary Membership Commitment Model

We are excited about the change in our Membership Commitment model as we transition from a model based on assigned "dues" to one where we ask members to "give from their hearts".  Watch here for scheduling of future Congregational information sessions.




Shabbat Dinner & Cookout

More than 200 people joined together on Friday, August 10 to enjoy a Shabbat Service and Cookout Dinner, both featuring the music of the Rochester Ukulele Orchestra. 



Welcome Rabbi Tulik!

Temple B'rith Kodesh is excited to welcome Rabbi Rochelle Tulik as our new Assistant Rabbi!

Rabbi Tulik was ordained at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 2009. 



Parashat Shoftim

In this Torah portion, Moses reviews the justice system for the Israelites. Moses talks about the limits future kings should have on their possessions. Moses explains that the priests and Levites should not be paid and should survive on donations from the people. Finally, Moses explains the laws of warfare..

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