Service and Event Registration

Registration Process For In-Person Services and Events

Non-members need to pre-register in advance of the service or event. We will need the names of all individuals in your group. If you are unable to register online and would like to come to a service, please contact the TBO office. Please note that most services will also be available online. Links and service descriptions are available on the TBO Calendar.

Members do not need to register for regular Shabbat services. Some events, especially those that are offsite, have seating restraints, or require a headcount for refreshments, may require members to register.

Please review our COVID protocols for more information on our current guidelines.

Shabbat Guest & Event Registration

Blintzes, Bourekas, and the Book of Ruth: Shavuot study session and celebration

It is a tradition to read the Book of Ruth on Shavuot. Ruth is considered the first convert to Judaism and her acceptance of Judaism corresponds nicely with the giving of the Torah in the desert to all of humanity. There are a variety of reasons we eat a dairy meal on Shavuot instead of a typical holiday meal that includes meat. We’ll not only learn about this custom, we’ll enjoy traditional Shavuot food representing the cultural diversity of our people: blintzes (Ashkenazi) and bourekas (Sephardic).

11:30: Blintz brunch at Temple Beth Or
12:00 -1:00 pm: Book of Ruth Study Session (in-person and online via Zoom)

Registration: All attendees must register in order for us to have an accurate headcount for food. Please register by Monday, June 10, 9:00am if you would like to attend in person. No registration needed for those participating on Zoom.

Wednesday, June 12, 11:30am - 1:00pm

In-person and online via Zoom.

Tisha B'Av

Tisha B’Av is our Jewish day of historical mourning where we mark the destruction of both ancient Temples in Jerusalem. We as a Jewish people understand that we can grieve structures, institutions, and ways of life, in addition to the loss of loved ones. Guided by Jewish text, Rabbi Kort will lead a conversation around loss and grief followed by a meditative walk.

Registration: All participants must register to attend. Location will be given when the registration is processed.  Registration ends Friday, August 9, 3:00 pm.

Tuesday, August 13, 10:00 am

in-person only, offsite outdoor location

Annual TBO Summer BBQ

Come one, come all to our TBO Summer BBQ sponsored by the Membership Committee! There will be burgers, dogs (vegan friendly, too) and all the fixings.

Please bring a side or dessert to share. Last Names A-D please sign up to bring appetizers, E-N sides or salad, O-Z dessert. 

We’ll have fun and games for the kids and kids at heart. Nonmembers who are interested in potentially joining our community are also welcome.

If you have difficulty signing up please see this tutorial for more information

Registration Closes Wednesday, August 21, 3:00 pm

Sunday, August 25, 4:00-7:00pm

Location of event provided after registration.