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:
Dear TBA Families,
This week we finish the counting of the Omer, and join together to celebrate Shavuot, the festival of the revelation of the Torah! Rabbis of every denomination bemoan the lack of enthusiasm that generally surrounds Shavuot. Personally, I attribute it to lack of good audio-visuals. Passover has all of the symbols of the seder; Sukkot has the lulav and etrog, as well as the beautiful sukkah itself. What Shavuot needs is a Sinai experience: thunder and lightning, a Voice speaking from a cloud. You get the idea. However, what Shavuot does have is wonderful worship.
On Sunday night, we celebrate our 10th grade as they confirm the promise they made at their b’nei mitzvah. This year’s Confirmation service will be a little different from others, but it will still be beautiful, and it will feature our students’ takes on the Ten Commandments.
On Monday morning, our Conservative worship will include excerpts from the book of Ruth (“whither thou goest, I will go…”) and the very moving Yizkor service in memory of all our loved ones.
The First Wall is Up!
Rabbi David Holtz
Leading the Community
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