The Membership Committee helps keep us all connected to each other, whether you’re considering joining Temple Beth Abraham or are a current member.
Our goal is to create a warm feeling of inclusion and joy, where we are all comfortable being ourselves, together. We reach out to potential members at community events, such as the Westchester Jewish Festival and the Irvington Farmers’ Market, and welcome you to Friday night (Reform) and Saturday morning (Conservative) Shabbat services, festivals, and celebrations for Simchat Torah, Chanukah, and Purim.
We focus on building connections between Temple Beth Abraham members. Our recent New Member Welcoming Party was a wonderful experience, with wine, appetizers and silly games to help people get to know each other. Our community Chanukah party is coming up soon, with live music, free latkes, free craft projects for kids, vendors and a gourmet latke cooking demo. We are in the planning stages for an event for Empty Nesters, and with the Cantor, we’re working on a special musical Shabbat for our Chai Plus members, who have been with TBA for over 18 years.
There are lots of opportunities to socialize and learn together. For example, our Chavurah program brings together small groups of congregants and we will launch the summer with a celebration picnic for the whole congregation.
The chair of the Member Services Committee is Bernice Rogowitz.
For more information, or to volunteer, please contact us at: email@example.com
Join us at the TBA Joyous Chanukah Party
Sunday, December 15, 11:00am – 1:30pm
This event is FREE, but please RSVP at http://tba-ny.org/chanukah
Gateway is an exciting new program for families with young children offering affordable dual membership at the Shames JCC on the Hudson and Temple Beth Abraham. Learn more about our dual gateway membership here