Magen David
Sun streaming through windows in sanctuary
Shabbat menorah from lectern
Challah, Shabbat candlesticks, kiddish cup

Kabbalat Shabbat

Join us every Erev Shabbat as we learn, sing, and gather together to end a week of hard work and to contemplate our many blessings. Our service incorporates a wide range of traditions that can be spiritually enriching regardless of one’s background. In addition, the inclusion of lay-leaders in the services further enhances the strength of our community.

1st Friday Potluck

Join us for a potluck every first Friday of the month.  Check the calendar and weekly emails to verify times.  Only dairy and parve (non-meat) dishes please.   After the potluck, there will be a shorter Kabbalat Shabbat service.

Torah on Tap

Join Rabbi Eli and others from the TBS community in a weekly study of the Torah. We’ll sip our favorite beverages (alcoholic or not!), eat some simple, light snacks, and delve deep into the “Orchard of Torah.”

It is said that there are four levels of Torah: the Peshat, or plain meaning; the Remez, or allegoric or symbolic meaning; Droosh , the comparative or homiletical significance; and Sod, the mystical or psycho-spiritual meaning. As an acronym, Peshat-Remez-Droosh-Sod, spells PaRDeS which in Hebrew means Orchard.

This is a class for ALL levels of learners; everyone is welcome.

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yad pointing to Torah portion

Shabbat Morning Service

We gather together to continue our observance of Shabbat by reading from the Torah. Again, the increased role of lay leadership in these services has helped to spur deeper meaning for the growing TBS community who attend these services. Torah services are a wonderful opportunity for learning.

At TBS, participants may use their choice of traditional or Reconstructionist Aliyah Blessings. Either the traditional blessings or the blessings offered in the Reconstructionist Siddur may be chanted when saying the blessings before and after the Torah reading.

Shaharit & Talmud Study

Morning minyan meets every week and is followed by coffee and nosh while we have a brief Talmud study or community discussion on a variety of Jewish-related topics. With or without tefillin, all are encouraged to attend.

Wednesday Minyan will be held at 9:00 at Boone Ridge Senior Living in the chapel. Talmud Study will start at 10:00.

 We are holding the minyan at Boone’s Ridge because a couple of TBS members live there and we’d like to bring a little community and culture to them.

Rabbi with teffilin

joyous congregation

Join Us for Services In-Person


Our building has an outside ramp.  There is also a ramp up to the bima and, alternatively, a handrail to help people up the two steps.  We also have headphones hooked up to our sound system for people who need hearing assistance.

Tot watching rabbi on big screen zoom

OR on Zoom

    (Contact the office for Zoom link or your weekly email)