Passover begins at sundown on Wednesday, April 8th.
Click here for all kinds of resources to help you celebrate while sheltering at home.

Attend the TBI Virtual Community Seder led by Rabbi Ruhi Sophia
Erev Pesach, Wednesday, April 8, 5:30-6:30pm

The Passover Seder is one of the most important home rituals in the Jewish tradition. Two people together are enough to make a seder! Click here for all the resources you need to do so. Rabbi Ruhi Sophia welcomes your questions. For those of who are on your own or unable to do the seder yourselves, Rabbi Ruhi Sophia is leading a one-hour virtual Community Seder the first night of Passover. Enjoy a short seder with the community, then have dinner on your own.

We will set up a Zoom meeting and send registrants a meeting link Monday.
Sign up here by April 5th for the TBI virtual seder!

Important Message (3/26/20)
To keep our community together, we are livestreaming numerous services, classes, and events. Some learning opportunities will be recorded so that you can watch at your convenience.

The best way to stay up-to-date on the numerous offerings is through TW@TBI, the weekly e-newsletter. Click here to see the latest one. If you are not on that email list, please subscribe at the bottom of this web page. It is sent Wednesdays around 1:00pm.

Some learning opportunities will be recorded so that you can watch at your convenience. If you’re going to attend a live event, consider checking to see if your device is set up properly at least 15-20 minutes ahead of time. We will do our best to help you during business hours. Contact Jody or Dan in the office.

If you are in need of assistance of any kind, or if you have any questions, please call the office at 541.485.7218.

TBI Updates

Rabbi’s Message
To read the latest TW@TBI message from Rabbi Ruhi Sophia, click here.


Online Resources Page: Click here for resources that include virtual events, activities, learning opportunities, and more. Jewish organizations are making content available online, and creating new online experiences, so that we can continue to feel connected as a community. We’ll continue to add to this list. If you come across something you think might be of interest to the community, please email Jody in the office.


Community members who do not have a printed copy of Kol Haneshamah can view and/or download a PDF file of the Daily Prayerbook or Shabbat Vehagim, and follow along with livestreamed services from home.


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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.