All locations in the building are now mask-optional.

»  Please read the masking policy here


Temple Beth Israel (TBI) is a center for Jewish life, embracing traditional wisdom with contemporary insight. We promote the spiritual, educational, and social well-being of our members, the Jewish people of Lane County, and the larger community.

TBI is a member of the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. We welcome people of all Jewish backgrounds, interfaith families, and people exploring Judaism, as well as Jews and explorers of Judaism of all races and of all sexual and gender identities. Whether you are religious, cultural, atheist, agnostic, or searching, there is a place for you at TBI!

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Current & Upcoming Events

Join the TBI Board of Trustees!
We’re seeking adult & youth candidates—application deadline is Oct 13

The Nominating Committee is seeking candidates for the TBI Board of Trustees. Candidates should be willing to participate in monthly board meetings, actively support one or more committees or board projects, and be able to work collaboratively with others. If you are a member in good standing and are interested in serving on the Board or would like to nominate someone, please contact the committee or login to the ShulCloud site to get the application.

The High Holidays Are Here
Erev Yom Kippur Is Sunday, Sept 24

We look forward to celebrating the new year of 5784 with you. There will be many ways to stay connected with the Temple Beth Israel community.

»  Check out our High Holiday page for full information!

The Music of TBI Through the Decades: A Retrospective Concert
Sunday, Oct 22, 4:00pm, TBI Sanctuary

This is the first TBI Traditions event in honor of 90 years of our community: a celebration of the music of TBI, featuring performances and singalongs by old and new voices (and voices of every age in between)! The concert will feature solo work by Rabbi Yitz and Rabbi Ruhi Sophia, as well as beloved community members. All ages are welcome!

»  Purchase your tickets here

Registration for Talmud Torah Is Open!
Preschool (age 3) through 7th grade

Registration for TBI’s religious school is happening! We offer classes for TBI member children in preschool (age 3) through 7th grade.  Check out the Talmud Torah page for lots of great info about our program. The first day of classes is Sunday, Oct 1.  Class schedule and calendar are HERE.

Book Reading with Rabbi Ruhi Sophia
Read and discuss her 2023 book choice

Join Rabbi Ruhi Sophia once a week starting later this fall for an 8-session discussion on Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg’s On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World. We’ll explore Maimonides’ thousand-year-old wisdom about how to right wrongs through a contemporary lens. You may be surprised at how relevant it still is today!

Placing Stones and Gathering Strength: A Conversation w/Hannah Goldrich, facilitated by Faris Cassell
Thurs, Nov 9, 5:00pm, TBI Social Hall

Hannah Goldrich recently returned from placing Stolpersteine, bronze dedication stones, in front of her family home in Heilbronn, Germany, where she was born in 1935. Join Hannah and Faris as they discuss Hannah’s complicated exodus, arrival to New York in 1941, and her trip to place these stones. This event takes place on the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass.

Fiddler on the Roof
Sun, Dec 3, 3:00pm
Jacqua Concert Hall at the Shedd

Join TBI and Talmud Torah at the Shedd where we’ll sit together for a professional production of the heartwarming and inspiring 1964 classic tale of family, tradition, love, and perseverance, Fiddler on the Roof. This is a fundraiser for Talmud Torah. Buy your tickets now!

»  Learn more & purchase your tickets here

Host an Oneg!

We’re looking for volunteer oneg hosts. Two or three items are all that’s needed. We know life is busy, so keep it simple.

»  Sign up here or contact the office

Order a Yahrzeit Plaque

Yahrzeit Plaques are $300.
Please complete the fields in the form. If you would like to speak with someone first, please contact John in the office.

»  Order here

Community Shabbat Lunches

Lunches are held from 12:30 to 1:30pm after most Shabbat morning services! (They are not held after B’nei Mitzvah or Shabbat Alive.) We need volunteers each week to help with set up and with clean up, and a volunteer to shop once a month. Feel free to email David Brown for more information about volunteering.

Donations are needed to make these lunches happen. You can donate in honor or in memory of someone, or to celebrate a simcha.

» Donate here

Kol Haneshamah

Community members who do not have a printed copy of Kol Haneshamah can use these links to view or download PDF files and follow along with live-streamed services from home.

»  Daily Prayerbook
»  Shabbat Vehagim
»  Prayers for a House of Mourning

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Family Programming

Shalom, families! Temple Beth Israel has a variety of programming for all ages. There’s something for everyone!

»  See more about family programming

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