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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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  1. Sat 28

    Shabbat Morning Services

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    May 28 @ 9:45am - 10:45am
  2. Wed 01

    Executive Committee meeting

    Jun 01 @ 7:00pm - 8:00pm
  3. Fri 03

    Shabbat Evening Service

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Jun 03 @ 6:45pm - 8:30pm
  4. Sat 04

    Shabbat Morning Services

    Via Zoom or Facebook. Contact TBH
    Jun 04 @ 9:45am - 10:45am
  5. Sat 04

    Erev Shavuot

    Festival of Weeks. Commemorates the giving
    Jun 04 @ 5:00pm - 8:00pm
  6. Sun 05

    Shavuot / Confirmation

    Festival of Weeks. Commemorates the giving
    Jun 05 @ 9:00am - 12:00pm

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Reflecting on the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice

Reflecting on the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice jemerman May 24, 2022

As a young woman, I am frightened by the recent draft Supreme Court opinion that overturns Roe v. Wade. This opinion would abolish 50 years of court precedent that protects our fundamental right to privacy. I am shaken that my ability to make private medical decisions could soon be policed by people who will never experience the circumstances surrounding those decisions.

Netflix’s Russian Doll Season 2: Nesting Trauma in Three Generations of Jewish Women

Netflix’s Russian Doll Season 2: Nesting Trauma in Three Generations of Jewish Women jemerman May 18, 2022

In this season, time is immutable. It can be questioned, but not changed. Family can be understood, but not altered. The self, in this case, the result of intergenerational trauma, must be accepted. In Russian Doll, the only way to see the good in the world is to stop looking back, to stop journeying inward, and to the wake up in the present.

Q&A with Chinese Jewish Advocate and Educator Amy Albertson

Q&A with Chinese Jewish Advocate and Educator Amy Albertson jemerman May 4, 2022

Amy Albertson (she/her), 30, is a Chinese Jewish advocate and online educator living in Northern California. She works as a social media consultant for Jewish organizations.

Holy Sparks: Celebrating 50 Years of Women in the Rabbinate

Holy Sparks: Celebrating 50 Years of Women in the Rabbinate jemerman April 28, 2022

On June 3, 1972, Rabbi Sally Priesand was ordained by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion as the first woman rabbi in North America. To celebrate this milestone in Jewish and American history, HUC's Dr. Bernard Heller Museum in New York partnered with The Braid's Story Archive of Women Rabbis in Los Angeles to create the exhibition "Holy Sparks," presenting 24 ground-breaking women rabbis who were "firsts" in their time.