Shana Tova from Cantor Stern
The New Year 5774 is upon us, and I wish to extend my best wishes to you and yours for a year filled with all of the blessings of life. May you have good health, happiness, contentment and peace.
With the turmoil and uncertainty in the Middle East, we pray for our brothers and sisters in Israel that they may be safe and secure in the Land.
May G-d grant wisdom to the leaders of our nation so that peace, prosperity, justice and freedom may abide in our midst.
May we, the members and friends of our TBOBT family be blessed with success in all our endeavors on behalf of our community, going from strength to strength.
L'shana tova u'metukah!
Cantor Steven Stern
TBOBT CHOIRWe welcome new members to join us as we prepare for the upcoming High Holidays. Rehearsals take place on Sunday evenings at 7 pm. Please contact Cantor Stern for more information.
Shabbat at TBO/BTOur prayers are traditional yet easy to follow. A Kiddush luncheon follows the service on Shabbat morning. Our Erev Shabbat services begin at 8:00 pm and a delicious Oneg follows. These are opportunities to make new friends and connect with fellow congregants. Join us!
What's New on Shabbat in September?Please see our TBO/BT RepORter for all Holiday dates and times.
DRESS DOWN SHABBAT
Saturday, September 21. Come casual and enjoy a relaxing and uplifting experience followed by a delicious Oneg Shabbat on Friday and a delicious Kiddush on Shabbat.
Saturday, September 28 at 9:30 am. We will celebrate all birthdays and anniversaries in the month of September. Come for a blessing and share your simcha with your TBO/BT family. A delicious Kiddush will follow.
Save the Date!Order your Lulav & Esrog for Sukkot -- Deadline is Sept. 9. Cost is $32.
Sisterhood Opening Meeting - Monday, September 16, 2013 at 8 pm. Guest speaker is Dr. Brigitte Goldstein, author of Dina's Lost Tribe. See the Beth Reporter for more information.
Steak & Libation in the Sukkah -- Sunday, September 22 at 5 pm. Details to follow.
Welcome to Temple Beth O'r / Beth Torah!
Temple Beth O'r/Beth Torah is a dynamic conservative, egalitarian synagogue committed to social action and community outreach. We feature Shabbat dinners, weekly Kiddush luncheons, musical Friday Night Alive! services and a Walking and Fitness Program which combines Jewish living with a healthy life style. Affiliated with United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, we share its commitment to Jewish values as does our Sisterhood, Men's Club and Youth Groups. A warm and welcoming family, our devotion to the ideals of Judaism has touched the lives of countless people in Central New Jersey for more than 75 years. We are centrally located 2 minutes from GSP Exit 135 with an ample, well lit parking lot. Our temple is handicapped accessible. Come for a visit. Stay for a lifetime!
9:30 am - Shabbat Services
12:00 pm - Kiddush
Sunday, December 8th
9:00 am - Morning Minyan and Breakfast
Monday, December 9th
6:50 am - Morning Minyan
Thursday, December 12th
6:50 am - Morning Minyan
Friday, December 13th
8:00 pm - Erev Shabbat Services and Oneg