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Welcome to Temple Beth Hillel

We are a dynamic Reform congregation firmly rooted in the past, yet intent upon creating a meaningful future for ourselves, and the home of families and individuals who seek to consecrate the greater moments of their lives within a setting of sanctity.

Our Temple is a house of prayer to which we come to read aloud or alone, silently or responsively, with words or with melody.

Our Temple is a house of study where children and adults engage in the incredible task of acquiring Jewish knowledge.

Our Temple is a house of gathering in order to do the work of God.

Our Temple is all these and more.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Thu 11

    Board of Trustees Meeting

    Contact Michael Skott with questions
    Aug 11 @ 7:00pm - 9:30pm
  2. Fri 12

    Shabbat Evening Service

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Aug 12 @ 6:45pm - 8:30pm
  3. Sat 13

    Shabbat Morning Services

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Aug 13 @ 9:45am - 10:45am
  4. Thu 18

    RPC Meeting

    Aug 18 @ 7:00pm - 7:30pm
  5. Fri 19

    Shabbat Evening Service

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Aug 19 @ 6:45pm - 8:30pm
  6. Sat 20

    Shabbat Morning Services

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Aug 20 @ 9:45am - 10:45am

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Why Pray?

Why Pray? jemerman August 11, 2022

The reality is, one never knows whether someone else is suffering from an acute illness. A broken leg is obvious; a broken spirit, not so much. Many of us contend with invisible illnesses, whether physical, such as Multiple Sclerosis or chronic migraines; or mental, like anxiety or schizophrenia.

The Blessings of Adult Education: Far More than Knowledge

The Blessings of Adult Education: Far More than Knowledge sdolgov August 9, 2022

Lifelong learning, however, can be easier said than done. For many, as they enter adulthood, with its competing demands and obligations, setting aside time for learning – and especially for Jewish learning – can be challenging indeed.

One of the Greatest Love Stories of My Life

One of the Greatest Love Stories of My Life sdolgov August 9, 2022

On this Tu B’Av, may we all seek out those people who are on our team through despair and delight, who can forgive and seek forgiveness, who see us for who we truly are and support us on the journey to becoming whoever we will someday be. And if your Valentine’s Day candy stash has run out, send those you love a note of sweetness and gratitude instead. Happy Tu B’Av!

Staying Connected After the B’nei Mitzvah: a Teen’s Perspective

Staying Connected After the B’nei Mitzvah: a Teen’s Perspective jemerman August 8, 2022

A common sentiment among Jewish-affiliated teens seems to be, after your b'nei mitzvah, religious school is over, right? Sure, you might come back for confirmation in a few years, but there's no real reason to stay involved. You're Jewish. You know that, your family knows that, and your friends know that. Staying involved is kind of a waste of time. Right? Actually, no. Even if you've had your b'nei mitzvah, there are benefits to staying involved with your Hebrew School and your religious education.