At Temple Beth Torah we strive to find a balance between modern life and religious life in a way that is meaningful to our community and faithful to the traditions of Conservative Judaism. Children are welcome – they are an integral part of our services (no matter how young!). Children help with the blessing over the Challah at the end of services, and religious school students are encouraged to assist in leading prayers.
Our written policy states: “Temple Beth Torah is an egalitarian congregation. Men and women shall be full participants in all religious services.” As a fully egalitarian congregation, women are treated equally in our synagogue.
Our services are led by Rabbi Mimi Micner. Members of the Ritual Committee assist in leading the services. Our Torah readers are members of the congregation and on occasion, we have guest Torah readers. Our traditional services are energetic and filled with singing. Don’t worry if you can’t read Hebrew – it’s easy to follow along; we offer an English transliteration of the entire service. You may also hone your Hebrew reading skills in one of our adult education classes.
Shabbat evening services are held every Friday night at 7:30 pm. Our Shabbat morning services are held at 10:00 am from September to June. In the summer months Shabbat morning services begin at 9:30 am.
We welcome you and encourage you to join us for our Shabbat and Holiday Services.