All in-person (non B’nei Mitzvah) services and meetings have moved online. The schedule of online events is continually being updated, so check back here regularly.
A Message from Rabbi David K. Holtz:
Purim was just spectacular! The Thursday evening service featured two surprise video performances by our shpielers (you can view them HERE and HERE) as well as a surprisingly effective on-screen traffic light to control the chaos. The Friday morning service was highlighted by a full Hebrew megillah reading which included several congregants who had learned the special Purim melody – kol ha-kavod!
Saturday’s Masquerade Ball was a joyous event, marked by participation of TBA members aged 40-something to 90-something! There was shmoozing, trivia, mixology and a lot of dancing.
We concluded on Sunday with the spirited Family Funday Celebration which had children of all ages laughing and smiling. A heartfelt todah rabah to our youth groups, and their fearless leader, Stessa Peers, for a great event to complete our Purim celebrations. As I said on our Facebook page, I could get used to Purim being a four-day event!
This week’s really big news is about our Bridges campaign: the construction equipment is in our parking lot, and, by the time you read this, the digging will have begun! We’ll keep you posted on progress.
After last week’s busy-ness, we’re taking a breather as we prepare for a full Spring calendar. But don’t miss the Jewish community’s 30-minute COVID memorial service on Tuesday afternoon; TBA is a co-sponsor of the event.
It’s not to late to offer Tzedakah in honor of Purim, and support our Religious School Scholarship fund. Click HERE to donate to the Pincus Fund.
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We thank everyone for their continued support of TBA!
Please remember that, even when we are not physically together, we are still a deeply interconnected community. If you have something you need, or you just need to talk, PLEASE contact us. Together we will weather the storm.