Friday Shabbat Services

Friday Evenings at 7:15p
Please join us every Friday evening to bring in Shabbat and enjoy a wonderful Oneg together afterwards

May Newsletter

Please see our Monthly Newsletter for news and more details about all our activities this month.

Lag Ba’ Omer Celebration

Sunday May 19th 11a
There is one day between Passover and Shavuot that is set aside for celebration. TBT will be enjoying the holiday Lag B’Omer with a special day.

Starting at 11 AM, we will have a tribute to all scholars, adults and children, including recognition of the Confirmation Class of Paige Daniels, Rebecca Shuman and Morgan Wadsworth.
There will be prizes and an “art car” show with students decorating cardboard boxes. Rabbi Dan, Cantor Vadim and Bruce “the Boss” Pollard will lead festive songs and stories, the “GREAT HY-DINI” will dazzle us with magic and Chef Sergeant Will Domilos will nourish us with burgers, kosher dogs and more. Let’s start the summer together, with a fun and memorable celebration.
Please RSVP to Stacey at admin@tbthumble.orgso we can order enough food.

Shavuot

Friday June 07 at 6p
A Fun Celebration for the Holiday – Dinner and Learning

This holiday commemorates the receiving of the Ten Commandments. Because the Promised Land is called, “the land of milk and honey,” it is traditional to eat dairy on Shavuot. It is also connected to the teaching that the whole nation of Israel was present together to receive the Torah. Another tradition is to do some learning at nighttime.

In the spirit of gathering together for fine dairy dining, we will begin a Shabbat/Shavuot dinner at 6:00 pm. Then, there will be a fun, interactive learning activity presented by Rabbi Dan. The temple will provide a dairy entrée, and those participating are welcome to contribute with a side dish or dessert.

Please RSVP to admin@tbthumble.org by June 2nd so we can get a proper count for chairs, and all are welcome. We hope you’ll be able to spend this special night with us, as this is the last major holiday of year before Rosh Hashana.