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Gifts & Giving

Temple B'rith Kodesh depends on the generosity of all our members to make our Temple a Kehillah Kedoshah … a sacred community … for all who enter our doors.  Were it not for your generosity, we could not continue to offer our extensive programming, attract the outstanding clergy and staff we have, or maintain our beautiful facilities.   When you share your time, talents and financial resources, you live the call to tikkun olam — repairing our world. Please join with us in sharing your time and talents to create a more just world.

 

When you donate to TBK, you not only make TBK a Kehillah Kedoshah today, but you help secure our future for the next generation of congregants.  We hope that you will consider a contribution in honor of a friend or relative, to remember loved ones, celebrate a special occasion, or to leave a legacy by including a gift to Temple as part of your estate planning.

Please click on the links below to find out more about:

How to support TBK right now

"Give To Your Heart's Content" - our new voluntary commitment model

The Campaign to Ensure Our Future

The Life & Legacy Program

 

WE ARE WORKING ON MORE INFORMATION ON DONATIONS TO RESTRICTED FUNDS, AND THE ABILITY TO MAKE DONATIONS AND PAYMENTS ONLINE. 

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Parashat

Parashat Shemot
January 18, 2020

The new Pharaoh does not remember Joseph, and makes the Israelites his slaves. Pharaoh then demands that all Israelite baby boys be killed at birth. Moses’ mother puts her son in a basket in the river, and he is saved by Pharaoh’s daughter. As an adult, Moses kills an Egyptian taskmaster who was beating an Israelite slave. Moses flees to Midian and marries Zipporah. God appears before Moses in a burning bush and tells him to free the Israelites from slavery. An apprehensive Moses returns to Egypt, where he and his brother Aaron demand that Pharaoh free the Israelite slaves. Pharaoh refuses, and God promises to punish him.

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