All in-person services and meetings have moved online. The schedule of online events is continually being updated, so check back here regularly.
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.
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It’s that time of year when we ask all of our members to renew their membership commitment to Temple Beth Abraham.
This year it’s easier than ever–just a few clicks in ShulCloud, our new membership database!
You need to have set up your account and then you will be able to enter your membership commitment for the 2020-2021 fiscal which starts on July 1.
We thank everyone for their continued support of TBA!
Questions? Contact Stuart Skolnick
A Message from Rabbi David Holtz:
Dear TBA Family,
As the immediate past president of the Westchester Board of Rabbis, I’ve worked with other members of the executive committee to create a meaningful statement to address the disturbing and frankly unacceptable events of the past week. That statement, which I wholeheartedly endorse, is below.
In addition, I am putting together a list of things that we can actually do in order to be part of the solution. I will send that shortly.
This is not a time to be timid. It is a time to both speak and to act, so that together we can rebuild a democratic society in which every voice is heard.
Peace and Blessings,
Please click HERE to read the WBR Statement.
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.