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While our building is closed, we’re continuing on as “Virtual TBC,” with weekly services and programs. Dates and times are available on our News and Chailites page and on our Events Calendar.

Temple B’nai Chaim is a modern Reform congregation inspired by over 3000 years of tradition.  We believe in a living Judaism compatible with contemporary science, historical understanding, and ethical sensibilities, and which reflects everyday reality and is refined by it.  We are a member congregation of the Union for Reform Judaism.

We welcome all Jews, their partners and families regardless of background.  We affirm the equality between men and women, members of all ages, races, physical conditions, and sexual orientations.  News and announcements are in our Chailites / email archive and in our photo archiveMore information about Temple B’nai Chaim ….


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New TBC High Holy Days Newsletter!

See Cantor Dunkerley’s video on TBC’s exciting new religious school curriculum!

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Welcome to Cantor Dunkerley!

Temple B’nai Chaim welcomes our new congregational leader, Cantor Dunkerley, who is now our TBC cantor and educator. She is currently engaged in the process of meeting congregants and working with TBC leadership to plan for the summer and upcoming year. Click here for more information about Cantor Dunkerley!

Upcoming Events

  1. Fri 30

    Welcoming Shabbat Together

    Click here to register
    Oct 30 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  2. Sat 31

    Torah Study

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    Oct 31 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
  3. Sun 01

    Religious School Zoom

    Nov 01 @ 9:30 am - 10:45 am
  4. Wed 04

    Daily Bread Food Pantry

    Details
    Nov 04 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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