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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 Vayetzei
December 7, 2019

In this Torah portion, Jacob has a dream in which angels go up and down a ladder connecting earth to heaven. God appears before Jacob and renews the covenant that God had made with Abraham. Jacob sees Rachel, Laban’s daughter, tending sheep and wishes to marry her. Laban tricks Jacob into marrying his eldest daughter, Leah, after seven years of labor. In exchange for another seven years of work, Jacob is allowed to marry Rachel. Jacob has many sons with Leah, but Rachel is unable to conceive. Finally, God blesses Rachel, and she has a son, whom she names Joseph.

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