Welcome to Temple B'rith Kodesh

  • Havdallah Gathering of TBK Members

  • 2019 Confirmation Class

  • TBK Congregational Picnic

  • TBK Sanctuary and Ark

  • Join us on our next trip to Israel!

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 25, 2020 (All day)
Friday, May 29, 2020 (All day)
Friday, June 12, 2020 - 5:30pm
Friday, July 10, 2020 - 5:30pm
Monday, September 7, 2020 (All day)

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Ask the Rabbi

We are introducing our own “TBK Ask the Rabbi” through the website.

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News from TBK

New Web Site Host

On January 23, our web site transitioned to a new host.  There have been a few glitches and we are working with the host to get them resolved.  Thank you for your patience!

"The Shabbat Experiment"

The Shabbat Experiment will explore different ways of celebrating Shabbat.  From now until summer we will have a second Shabbat service at 7:30 pm once a month. 
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TBK's Kol Simcha Choir and Mt. Olivet's Choir sing together on Jan. 17 at TBK


Click here to read the sermon delivered by Rabbi Stein at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church on Sunday, Jan. 19

Click here to read the January/February 2020 issue of the TBK Bulletin



Give To Your Hearts Content


Temple B’rith Kodesh’s new commitment policy is designed to better fulfill our sacred mission and stimulate membership giving and growth. The new policy moves away from a traditional dues system to a personal pledge system. Now, your pledge amount is up to you, hopefully, backed with a better understanding and awareness that it is both a vital part of operating the Temple of today while also serving as an investment in Temple’s future.  

Please click on the link below to visit our new "TBK Give To Your Heart's Content" website to learn more about the new model.  You can even make your personal commitment online!

CLICK HERE for the "gtyhc" website 


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Parashat Vaera
January 25, 2020

In this Torah portion, God tells Moses and Aaron to go to Pharaoh to demand freedom for the Israelites. Pharaoh refuses, and God unleashes plagues on the Egyptians. Pharaoh promises to free the Israelites, but God hardens Pharaoh’s heart. The portion ends with the plague of hail stopping and Pharaoh changing his mind once again.