TBI Updates

We will be streaming selected services. Please click here for complete information about the High Holidays.


TBI’s 24th Annual High Holiday Food Drive. Please bring 2 cans / packages for each member of your household to each service. Click the poster for a list of the most needed and nutritious items.


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 Oregon Hillel, Temple Beth Israel’s Israel Program Task Force, and Jewish Federation of Lane County Present: Prospects for Peace: Insight into the Israeli & Palestinian Peace Process with Ambassador Dennis Ross
Wednesday, October 16, 7:00 pm
Ford Alumni Center Giustina Ballroom on UO Campus

Ambassador Ross has worked in the administrations of 5 presidents in various positions including Middle East Envoy and Special Advisor for the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia. Click the poster for more information.


 Tikkun Olam Committee and ELAW present:
Building Resiliency and Peace in the Middle East A Cooperative Response to Climate Crisis with Gidon Bromberg
Thursday, October 17, 7:00pm, at TBI

The Middle East is considered a climate hotspot due to its water scarcity, social tensions and political conflicts. Over the course of the century, Jordan, Palestine, and Israel are projected to experience a temperature rise of up to 7°F in some places, a general decrease in precipitation of 25% regionally and up to 40% locally. The environmental, economic, political and security implications are severe. Click the poster for more information.


Eugene Carbon Free Challenge comes to TBI
October 23, 7:30-9:00 pm

Come join the fun and learn how to keep our beautiful environment intact in compliance with Jewish laws and values. Click the poster for more details.


The Cracks in the Wall Let the Light In: The Battle for Equal Rights at the Western Wall with Cheryl Temkin
Wednesday, November 6, 7:00pm

From its roots in 1988 until the present – a look into the evolution of this Israeli feminist organization as it battles to achieve gender equality and religious freedom at Judaism’s holiest site.


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Community Education
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In the Bin: Food for Lane County

We’ll be collecting all month, not just during the High Holidays. The most needed non-perishable foods are: canned fish; peanut butter; low/no sugar fruit, dried fruit, jams/jellies, applesauce; canned and dried beans; soups; pasta, rice, cereal, corn meal; cooking oil and olive oil; canned tomatoes and tomato products; and sauces (mole, enchilada sauce, chilies). Learn more here.


Learn about what’s going on in Reconstructionist communities around the world and gain access to exciting online learning opportunities and resources from the central organization of the movement, Reconstructing Judaism. To subscribe to receive Reconstructing Judaism Today, our e-newsletter, and receive other vital communication from Reconstructing Judaism, click this link and select which communications you’d like to receive.


Sign Language Interpretation 
Some services and events have interpreters scheduled. Please notify the office if you would like interpretation at additional upcoming services or events.

Shabbat Lunch: TBI provides a light lunch following Shabbat morning services when there are no B’nai Mitzvah. Everyone is invited, and you don’t need to attend services to join in. If you would like to support this program and ensure that it continues, click here to volunteer to set up, clean up, sponsor a lunch, or make a donation in an amount you are able to afford. 
Sign up here to host an oneg following Erev Shabbat services! Share the spirit of our community, greet friends, meet new friends. Celebrate a milestone, honor a family member or friend, remember a loved one. Co-host with someone. Life is busy, so keep it simple

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You can find the High Holiday services, The Purim Shpiel, This American Jewish Life talks by TBI members, and more. Full HD videos and live streaming where available.