TBE is a community grounded in Jewish values acting to change the world. Through action, learning and reflection, we provide opportunities for all members to participate in a wide range of activities, including direct service, developing partnerships in the community and organizing to create systemic and institutional change. Together, through this work and learning, we grow as individuals, deepen connections to each other and strengthen our community, inside and outside the walls of our Temple.
There are opportunities every time you enter the doors of TBE to impact the lives of others and participate in the sacred mandate to help to repair our world. In general, Tikkun Olam programming is inspired and guided by our community and includes three main models of engagement:
- Community Organizing: Education, Social Justice & Advocacy
- Direct Community Service: Doing Good Works Together
- Ongoing Food Drives and Collections
We welcome the community to join us for Tikkun Olam programs throughout the year and feel inspired to help repair our world!
Please explore the links on the left for more information on our programs or contact Julie Kreiss, Vice President of Tikkun Olam, [email protected] or Sandy Aronson, Tikkun Olam Youth and Community Organizer, [email protected], 781 235-8419 x218. Friend or follow Sandy on Facebook to stay connected to TBE's Tikkun Olam work
|Julie Kreiss||Sandy Aronson|
Click here to take a look at our May "Mitzvah Moments Newsletter" to learn about all of the opportunities to repair our world this month!
Click here to see the January 2019 Bulletin, which includes many articles by our leaders and participants about how they are repairing the world through TBE!
Please see below for our upcoming events and opportunities! Check back often, since events are added and updated regularly.
Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, about Tikkun Olam at Temple Beth Elohim
"This is the fast I desire"
A new tradition started in 2017, Rabbi Joel Sisenwine asks a TBE member to do their own take on Isaiah, the traditional Yom Kippur Haftorah Reading.
Yom Kippur 2017: "This is the Fast I Desire" - Former VP of Tikkun Olam Neil Silverston:
|WATCH Neil Silverston's Yom Kippur 2017 Sermon||READ Neil Silverston's Yom Kippur 2017 Sermon|