Welcome to Temple Beth Or!
Our warm, compassionate, vibrant, spirited, inclusive, and participatory Reform Jewish community is religiously and geographically diverse, serving Washington’s northern Puget Sound. Browse our Web site, attend a service or event, and join us!
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Welcome to a new educational and fundraising initiative: TBO-U! Members have volunteered to teach a variety of classes, workshops and lectures, including: disaster preparedness, baking, making end-of-life decisions, beer appreciation, earthquakes & volcanoes, knitting, your cardiovascular system. Check out our Spring Semester Catalog!
Did you know that Temple Beth Or and the Union for Reform Judaism are now offering an email subscription to ‘Ten Minutes of Torah‘?
The ‘Ten Minutes of Torah‘ page lists the most recent short and pithy email posts on ‘Reform Voices of Torah’, ‘Celebrating Jewish Arts & Culture’, ‘Pursuing Social Justice’, ‘Israel Connections’, ‘Reform Life, Jewish Life’, and ‘The Rhythm of Jewish Time’.
From there, select, “Sign up for Ten Minutes of Torah“, where you can subscribe to each of these newsletters, which will then be delivered weekly to your email mailbox. Don’t forget to indicate that you are a member of Temple Beth Or, to receive the co-branded TBO/URJ versions of these newsletters.
6 weeks after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, 80 % of the population is still without power, and many places remain without clean water. Members of Temple Beth Shalom, the reform synagogue in San Juan, report that their building suffered damage and the overall situation for citizens of Puerto Rico is critical with widespread hunger and thirst. Beth Shalom has started a fundraiser not only to help get their Temple functioning again but also to support other local recovery efforts. The Temple Beth Or Social Action Committee is asking for donations for Puerto Rico recovery through the Temple Beth Shalom Hurrican Relief Fund.
Even though snow covers the Cascades, it is not too early to enroll in Summer Camp. Camp Kalsman, located in Arlington, is the URJ’s newest camp, and commonly fills by the end of March. Check it out, as well as many other exciting Jewish summertime opportunities. Temple Beth Or has a limited amount of ‘Campership’ funds to help families afford camp. The deadline for applying for these funds is February 28.
View and enjoy some clips from our 30th Anniversary video. Check our our Video Archive for for expanded views and to see more videos.
Temple Beth Or purchases Gift Cards at a discount and re-sells them at face value. Buy gift cards from us at no extra cost to you, and help us raise funds for our programs and events. We stock several popular cards and can order cards for a wide range of retailers. Buy cards for groceries, gas, clothing and of course, your favorite cappucino! Stock up on cards for holiday gift-giving or friends and family.
PCC Natural Markets has opened a new store at 22621 Bothell Everett Highway, Bothell. TBO offers PCC gift cards at an initial purchase of $50. Once you purchase a gift card from TBO, you can recharge that gift card at any PCC and we will continue to receive 5% back on purchases made with your card. We can also send you cards on a monthly basis if that would be easier for you.
If you need any extra gift cards for birthdays, graduation, Father’s Day, etc., let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org . There’s someone out there who would love a gift card to Cabela’s, and we get 11% back! Other bonuses include: Ruth’s Chris Steak House (12%), Lowes (5%), iTunes (10%), Dell (6%), and Sears (6%).”
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