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The TBK Library Committee Requests Your Input

The Library Committee has been charged with identifying the library needs of the TBK congregation, its programs, the school and our Rochester community. Our committee members are Leslie Baker, Michael Lococo, David Silver, Herb Skerker, Shelly Weinstein, Kathleen Wilkinson, Joe Easterly and Golda Rayburn.

Please take a moment to answer this brief survey to help us better understand our congregational needs. 

Committee Statement of Purpose:

The library provides information resources that support and enhance the various programs of Temple B’rith Kodesh, the school, congregational community and the community at large to foster lifelong Jewish learning. The library works toward this purpose by maintaining a collection of Judaica.

Library Use
1- Do you use the Library?
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3- How often do you use the library
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4- What suggestions do you have for the library collection and the library space?
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Religious School
Will NOT meet
Sunday February 25

Sunday Religious School will resume on March 4
Midweek Hebrew will resume on Wednesday February 28 when both Tuesday and Wednesday students will attend to celebrate Purim

The brochure for The Rochester Kollel has been mailed.
If you have not received one please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A Community-wide Celebration of
Jewish Women,

co-sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester and many other Jewish organizations in town (including TBK) will be held Thursday March 8 from
7:30 am - 9:00 pm at the JCC. Visit JewishRochester.org for more information.

Kesher: Connecting Family
For Jewish Parents of Children with Disabilities
Monthly Support Meet-ups
Sunday Mornings
from 10:00 - 11:00 am
This program is part of the Jewish Family Navigators service. For invformation please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at the Federation. The Jewish Community Navigator is made possible by the Max & Marian Farash Charitable Foundation.

TBK is now a collection spot for the community-wide Pencils & Paper program. You can bring your classroom donations such as construction paper, folders, crayons and hand sanitizer to leave in the bins at TBK. For more information visit Pencils & Paper.This week they are especially requesting sanitizing wipes, to help stop the spread of germs!

Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein Society
Presents a Spring Symposium
Welcoming Our Newest Neighbors: Local Agencies Helping Recent Refugees
with speakers from the Rochester Refugee Services Community
Sunday April 29 at 3:00 pm
The event is open to TBK and the greater Rochester community. For more information please
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Mayor Lovely A. Warren and County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo have proclaimed 2018
“The Year of Frederick Douglass,”
encouraging our entire community to join in celebration of the life and legacy of Rochester's favorite son, legendary social reformer Frederick Douglass.
Visit the City of Rochester page for a calendar of opportunities to celebrate the man and our heritage.