• Yom Kippur at TBT
    Yom Kippur at TBT As the day draws to a close, young and old all blow the Shofar.
    CHAI CLUB For our Chai Club members, service to the Temple and retention are its goals.
    SIMCHAT TORAH Rewinding the Torah
    TOT SHABBAT Even our youngest congregants enjoy Shabbat in the Sanctuary
    CHOIR Adult, Teen and Youth Choirs sing with Cantor and Rabbi
  • Sukkot
    Sukkot Hebrew School in the Sukkah
  • Yom Kippur at TBT
  • Sukkot

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tbt installation grp flrightTemple B'nai Torah's mission is to embody, enhance and perpetuate Jewish tradition by providing a welcoming spiritual home where the community gathers to worship God, study Torah, engage in acts of Tikun Olam (repairing the world), participate in Jewish rituals and life cycle events and experience the joy of being part of a caring community.


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 Let us all send letters of condolences to Charleston:

With the rising tide of anti-Semitism, it is too easy imagine a similar tragedy occurring, God forbid, in some synagogue somewhere. Imagine how healing it would be to get letters of condolence from other faith communities from across the nation. How touched we would be if the Emanuel AME church of Charleston sent us a packet of such letters.

PLEASE sit down yourselves, and with your children, and write a letter of condolence to that church community at large. If you send them to the Temple B'nai Torah office, I will make sure they are mailed in a big packet to the church. Our address is: Temple B'nai Torah, 2900 Jerusalem Avenue, Wantagh, NY 11793. You may also drop them off or bring them to worship services tonight.

Thank you for your kind and caring hearts, and deeds of comfort. A traditional Jewish phrase of consolation is: "May the Almighty comfort you amongst those who mourn." It is such a small thing to do, yet can provide a small bit of healing.

We must speak out on the issues of racism and reject hateful extremism.

To read the Central Conference of American Rabbis resolution on racial justice, visit this site: http://ccarnet.org/…/r…/2015/ccar-resolution-racial-justice/

To read the Union for Reform Judaism's information on this important night, visit: http://blogs.rj.org/blog/2015/06/23/join-a-shabbat-of-solidarity-with-the-african-american-community/ 

To read the Religious Action Center's press release, visit: http://www.rac.org/reform-movement-mourns-victims-charleston-ame-tragedy

Thank you.

Rabbi Marci N. Bellows



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TBT Summer Fair

sponsored by Brotherhood

Sunday July 19, 2015

10 am to 5 pm


NEW this year


         bouncy ride boy          bouncy ride girl

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TBT PTA Fundraiser

at Panera Bread bakery-cafe

2375 Merrick Road, Bellmore

July 21, 2015

4 PM - 8 PM

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