SERVICES & UPCOMING PROGRAMMING
At Binah Tikvoh Sholom, we are committed to creating an inclusive and meaningful Jewish experience. Come join us and be a part of our vibrant community. We look forward to seeing you.
Join Rabbi Cantor's interactive weekly Shabbat Torah and text study. After a short Torah reading, we'll delve into a section of the portion together, and conclude by reciting Kaddish and Kiddush (bring your own wine!).
The Talmud is a rich and lively conversation among many generations. Passionate arguments about law and justice are intertwined with wild stories and musings about the meaning of life.
Join in Rabbi Cantor's lively weekly study group and add your own voice to the discussion. No previous experience is required. New participants are always welcome.
Friends of Yiddish is an informal, mostly English, bilingual drop-in social group which meets to hear a guest speaker or discussion and maybe absorb a Yiddish word or two. Your one-time registration will ensure that you can attend any online Friends of Yiddish event moving forward.
Check our calendar for upcoming dates, *date may change.
With Rabbi Debra Cantor
& Art Instructor Melinda Wright
Please have a pencil or pen and any kind of paper handy. You’re welcome to use any kind of art supplies you have: colored pencils, crayons, watercolors, whatever. But just a pencil and paper are fine. Absolutely no experience needed! This virtual event is free and open to all.
With Rabbi Debra Cantor
Please join us for a Shabbat morning Lunch and Learn discussion with Dr. Donna Robinson Divine, Morningstar Professor Emerita of Jewish Studies and Government at Smith College. and adjunct professor at the University of Haifa. Dr. Divine will examine the ongoing war in the context of history and politics.
The event is free and open to all; donations before or after Shabbat are welcome. Also, please note that while our services are offered in-person and on Zoom, the Lunch & Learn will be in-person only.
STAY TUNED FOR UPCOMING PROGRAMMING!
Please note that, in order to preserve the sanctity and security of our worship and study, advance registration is required for all online BTS/Neshama events. Registration is required only once for any recurring event. you will receive confirmation by email and a reminder email with an event link 15 minutes prior to your meeting.
Thank you for your interest and participation. We look forward to gathering with you.
BTS/Neshama events are open to all and are offered free of charge unless otherwise noted.
B'nai Tikvoh-Sholom COVID Safety Protocols
We have returned to hosting in-person services and offer food events during select programming. We do not currently require masking.
These guidelines are subject to change at any time based on CDC recommendations, our state's rates of infection, new variants, and other factors.