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:

We pray that this week will mark a peaceful transition of power in Washington. Even as I write this, I’m saddened that we need to offer that prayer. Yet I am confident that our democracy is strong enough to weather this storm. As we do each week in the prayer for the country, we ask God’s blessing on America and on her leaders.

L’Shalom


Leading the Community

The First Synagogue in Westchester to Eliminate Dues and Move to a Contribution Model (Read more)


Simchat Torah Purim Carnival Israel Parade Adult B'nei Mitzvah Yom Kippur Food Drive Mysteries of the
Jewish Calendar
Mitzvah Day - Soup in a Jar
Annual Picnic Volunteering at the
Food Bank
Seeing Israel Through a New Lens

If you call the Temple and your call goes to voicemail, please be assured that voicemail is being monitored all day, and we will respond. Email is also a great way to reach a specific staff member.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, we will have a staff member available from 9:00-11:00am to take your calls.


Join us at these upcoming events:

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Temple Beth Abraham has a NEW membership database!
Temple Beth Abraham is moving to Shul Cloud. Update your information, renew your annual commitment, register for events and make your donations online HERE

If you need help setting up your account or have questions, please contact our Executive Director, Stuart Skolnick.

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.

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