November 20, 2014   27 Cheshvan 5775
Temple Beth Or -- Montgomery, AL
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Welcome to Temple Beth Or, an historic Reform Jewish congregation in Montgomery, Alabama. We offer many and diverse paths to participate in our temple community. For some, the path is through worship, for others opportunities to pursue social action and join in social gatherings. Education, both youth and adult, is important to many, and a sense of belonging to a community is often central. Whatever your reason or reasons, please come and visit.

All are welcome at our Shabbat service every Friday evening, usually held between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Please check our Calendar for specific timing and other events you may find of interest.


 
Worship and Adult Education at TBO  
November 2014
The primary compilation of Jewish law and tradition, the Talmud became the basis for later legal codes that have governed traditional Jewish life. Join Rabbi Stevens in exploring its complexities. For more details, see our bulletin. There is no charge and everyone is welcome. Bring a friend!
All are welcome!
All are welcome!
December 2014
All are welcome!
All are welcome!
All are welcome!


 

The members of Temple Beth Or have a long history of community involvement. Whether through the temple, in the city of Montgomery or in the world at large, our members generously donate both time and money to make our world a better place for generations to come. They have truly made ours a caring community, giving Temple Beth Or a deserved reputation as an activist congregation in social action and the improvement of the world. 

 



 
Save the Date!  


Wednesday
November 12
Noon: Join Rabbi Stevens for a dutch-treat lunch at Sommer's Place (7972 Vaughn Rd). There is no program and no agenda, just good conversation. RSVP will be appreciated via email at rabbiels@templebethor.net or to his cell phone 201-6139
Thursday
November 13
7 p.m. Guest speaker Rod Frazer, author of Send The Alabamians is the first of our Blachschleger Library Annual Lecture Series. His book is a masterful account of Alabama's 167th Infantry Regiment that served in France during the final year of World War I. Come learn our very personal connection in our Temple family. -There is no charge and no membership is required. Come - Enjoy!
Tuesday
November 25
7 p.m. TBO hosts our interfaith Thanksgiving Service, following more than a century of fellowship. Join us, the First United Methodist Church and the Episcopal Church of the Ascension as we celebrate. Reverand Andrew Thayer, new to Montgomery will be delivering the sermon. All are welcome to attend the service which will be followed by a reception.
Sunday 
February 22 
2015

12th Annual Jewish Food Festival & Treasure Market!!

Our October bulletin is now online.


Check it out!!!

Consult the bulletin calendar to see all the Temple activities.

See it by clicking here.

See photos in color!
Click here for Bulletin archives.

 
Visit our Temple Gift Shop  

We have gift items from artists Gary Rosenthal, Quest and Michael Aram for all occasions!

From elegant to whimsical...

Visit our Temple Gift Shop

             Our TBO Sisterhood Gift Shop
has many unique and beautiful Judaic items.
Come visit and find wonderful gifts for friends, family and yourself.



 

Temple Beth Or, 2246 Narrow Lane Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36106
334 262-3314 office       334 263-5183 fax
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