About The Event
An Evening to Remember is Temple Beth Elohim’s annual fundraising and social event, taking place on Saturday evening, May 3, 2014. This year we are expanding and enhancing this special spring occasion with activities for our entire TBE community throughout the weekend. We hope you will join us!
In 2014 we are thrilled to celebrate Cantor Jodi Sufrin’s 30th anniversary with TBE, and to honor her with our Pillar of Tikkun Olam Award. Cantor Sufrin
has been an influential leader, making TBE the caring, spiritual, and musically innovative congregation that it is today. She has touched our lives with her kindness and generosity.
We invite you to participate with TBE friends throughout the weekend to honor Cantor Sufrin and to support TBE and our greater Boston community.Learn more!
Friday, May 2, 7:30 pm
We invite all members of the TBE Community to join us for a special Shabbat Service honoring our beloved Cantor. We will open our Sanctuary to its full capacity for a special, musically inspired Shabbat Service followed by a festive Oneg. Click here to RSVP
.An Evening to Remember
Saturday, May 3, 6:00 pm at Temple Beth Elohim
We invite you to An Evening to Remember, our temple’s annual social and fundraising event. This joyous evening will begin with a lively cocktail reception followed by a celebratory dinner. It will also include musical performances, personal tributes and the opportunity to bid on fantastic and unique silent and live auction items. This is a wonderful way to socialize with friends, celebrate with Jodi, and be a part of our weekend of community and giving. When you support An Evening to Remember – and there are MANY ways to do so! – you will be contributing greatly to our broader TBE community.
Contact Monique Martin, (781) 235-8419 x246 for more information or to get involved.
Sunday, May 4
TBE welcomes adults and children of all ages to honor Cantor Jodi Sufrin by participating in Mitzvah Day, our congregation-wide day of Tikkun Olam. Learn more
. Online registration begins March 31.