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Let There Be Love

A Chanukah Benefit Concert Honoring Noah Aronson

On December 10th, please join us for Let There Be Love, a moving Chanukah concert to benefit TBE and honor our beloved Noah Aronson in his 18th year with us. This benefit concert is open to our entire congregation and will be our annual fundraiser.

Through the years, Noah’s contributions have left an indelible mark on the hearts and souls of our congregation and his joyful music continues to nourish and uplift us, resonating across the generations. His song “Let There Be Love,” which he composed with our beloved Cantor Emerita Jodi Sufrin in 2013, is sung every Shabbat, connecting and inspiring us as we lift our voices together.

About the Performers

Noah Aronson – Vocals
Noam Israeli – Drums
Elan Wong – Piano
Coleen Dieker – Vilolin
Ben Hoadley – Bass

Click below to reserve tickets and join us in person, or to watch the livestream online.

Thank you to our sponsors

The Glick Family

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Click below to honor Noah with a tribute in our program book. Tributes begin at $1,000. View dimensions and specifications for tribute ads.

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Event Information

Sunday, December 10

More information:
Frequently asked questions
View committee
Noah’s music

View full event information

Melanie Gerard
Director of Development
[email protected]

To join us in person or online, reserve your tickets by clicking below.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where is the Concert?
The concert will be held in person at Temple Beth Elohim at 10 Bethel Road in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Zoom tickets may be purchased online on our Eventbrite ticketing page.

Do I need a ticket to enter?
Yes, reservations are required for the concert and we ask that you bring a copy of your ticket to the event (digital or print). If you lose your ticket, your receipt from Eventbrite may be used as proof. Alternatively, please contact [email protected].

Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, tickets are transferable.

What is the purpose of the tribute in the Program Book?
All guests will receive a copy of the Let There Be Love Program Book. The book will honor Noah for his 18 years of service to TBE and include tributes from our community. Opportunities to submit a tribute are listed on the Eventbrite registration page. We are also collecting photos of Noah with our community! Please contact [email protected] with questions or to share photos.

All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Is this concert appropriate for the entire family?
This is a celebration for all ages! As our community Chanukah celebration and annual fundraiser, the program will feature a performance by Noah Aronson and his band, including our choir(s), and a very special community candle lighting. Throughout the evening, we will also pay tribute to Noah and recognize him for his many contributions and 18 years of service to TBE!

What time will the concert end?
We expect the concert will conclude by 7:30 PM.

Is dinner or food provided at this event?
There will be no dinner provided. Similar to our evening service, we will begin promptly at 6 PM and plan to conclude the concert by 7:30 PM.

What should I wear?
It’s Chanukah! Our photographers will capture many photos throughout the evening and we encourage you to arrive in comfortable, festive attire!

Is there assigned or reserved seating?
Seating is open and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Upon arrival, we ask that you only save seats for your immediate household. If you require handicap-accessible seats, please email [email protected].

Is there overflow parking available?
Our spacious campus at 10 Bethel Drive in Wellesley has ample parking. Overflow parking is available along neighboring streets. Please be courteous to our neighbors when parking near driveways and avoid blocking pathways and crosswalks.

Is there a Covid-19 policy?

  • Masks: We respect your choice or need to wear a mask. Masking choices will be up to you for all events at TBE.
  • Sick Policy: To protect the health and safety of our entire community, if you don’t feel well for any reason, please stay home. If you’re not feeling well, please join us online instead!

Event Chairs & Committee

Marcy & Bruce Balter
Laurie & Henry Kay

Elizabeth & Danny Navisky
Gloria Rose
Bonnie Rosenberg
Susan & Bob Schechter

Honorary Chairs
Diane & Gary Glick

Jodi Sufrin, Cantor Emerita

Karen Levy & Peter Banks
Debby & Erik Belt
Michelle & Darren Black
Sue & Mike Brown
Melanie & Matt Camp
Carol & Eldon Clingan
Kate & Ezra Cohen
Michelle & Adam Eisenberg
Deborah & Ron Feinstein
Amy & Jonathan Fleming
Laura & Michael Gilman

Betty & Jerry Goldberg
Sandy & Les Goldstein
Deborah & Wyatt Gotbetter
Elyssa & Jeff Kotzen
Matthew Lichtman & Stephanie Forman
Judy & Richard Lappin
Carol & Martin Loria
Paula & Allen Mitchell
Jessica & Chuck Myers
Pamela & Andrew Norden

Abigail Posner & Alan Rosen
Erica Abate Recht & Marc Recht
June & David Rokoff
Denise & Scot Rosenblum
Leigh & Zach Shull
Frances Liu & Eric Silberstein
Elizabeth & Jason Shuttle
Risa Shames & Neil Silverston

Susan & Jerry Slavet
Susan & Alan Solomont
Jeannie & Craig Stern
Jen & Seth Stier
Harriet & Mel Warshaw
Ilana Braun & Jed Weiss
Dan Wiener
Anki Wolf
Lisa Zalkind

Updated August 31, 2023

TBE Fund Sustaining Giving Levels

Let There Be Love is our annual fundraiser for TBE. Please consider making a meaningful gift that honors our beloved Noah Aronson and helps sustain our community. Your generosity will ensure that TBE remains an inclusive community and that our innovative programs are accessible to all members, regardless of financial ability.

Click Here to View the TBE Fund Sustaining Giving Levels

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