An Evening of Gratitude
Thank and celebrate clergy, staff, and teachers for keeping our community strong and vibrant.
In place of our annual fundraising event, we hope you will join us as we thank clergy, staff, learning program teachers, and Gan Elohim teachers who have worked tirelessly and imaginatively over these past months. In this most stressful time for our community, they lead us in meaningful worship and music, facilitate tikkun olam efforts, keep our building safe, comfort the sick and grieving, support us through somber lifecycle events, and celebrate with us through joyous ones. Most importantly, they have kept our community strong and vibrant. We ask that you join us for an extended Shabbat service and program to honor and recognize them.
Join us to express our gratitude
Save the date for Friday, April 30, for our extended Shabbat service and special program. There will be no cost to attend the event. We hope the entire TBE community will join us!
Saying Thank You
As we prepare for An Evening of Gratitude, here are a few ways we’re expressing our thanks:
Write a note
Submit a written note of gratitude that we will share with teachers, clergy, faculty, and staff.
Record a video
Submit a video message of thanks! We’ll play them for the community to see during our Shabbat event. Please submit videos by Monday, April 19.
Make a gift
Honor our An Evening of Gratitude celebrants with a donation to TBE.
Ronni Sachs Kotler and Wayne Diamond
Amy and Jonathan Fleming
Laurie and Henry Kay
Alexandra and Jody Simes
Harriet and Mel Warshaw
Our clergy, faculty, and staff bring our community together in extraordinary ways.
It’s valuable to us to imagine sharing a meal with all of you, our temple community, even if we can’t be together.
Daphna Bernstein joins TBE as our new Mental Health Clinician Facilitator. We are excited to welcome her to our community!
Our clergy always let us know how proud they are of us. I return the compliment.
TBE in Action
Watch videos of our clergy, teachers, and staff in action!
We asked our clergy, staff, and community to reflect on the year and share their thoughts on what it means—past, present, and future—to be TBE.