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Our congregation embraces progressive thinking as well as traditional values to create an environment that is both comfortable and stimulating. As a House of Prayer, a House of Learning, and a House of Gathering, we are inclusive and take great pride in our diversity. Our doors are always open to all people interested in Judaism.

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Havdallah Gathering of TBK Members

Parashat

Parashat Ki Tisa

In this Torah portion, Moses stays with God on Mount Sinai for 40 days and 40 nights. There, he is given the 10 Commandments on stone tablets. Fearing Moses will never return, the Israelites turn to Aaron, who demands that everyone bring him their gold, so he can make a golden calf. When Moses comes down the mountain and sees the people dancing around this idol, he smashes the tablets on the ground. God punishes with a plague all the Israelites who were involved. Moses builds a tent to be his meeting place with God.

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