June 29, 2022: Updated Covid Policy for Temple Beth Israel
The Reopening Task Force recently updated its guidelines regarding proof of vaccination or negative Covid test. TBI asks that everyone who enters our building is up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccinations or has tested negative for COVID-19. We will no longer check for proof of vaccination or a negative test. Please stay home if you feel sick or if you think you have been exposed. Masks are still required indoors, but not outdoors.

April 15, 2022: Please see updated guidelines regarding food.


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

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High Holiday details coming soon!

We’ll have details of all our holiday services soon.



Order your lulav & etrog today!

The lulav and etrog are also called the four species, Arbah Minim. They consist of etrog (citron), lulav (palm), hadas (myrtle), and aravah (willow). It is a mitzvah to take up the lulav and etrog and recite the appropriate blessing during Sukkot.

You can place your own order online, pay for your items on the etrog website, and then pick up your order from TBI. 10% of your purchase will be donated to TBI to further Jewish programming, education and events. All orders must be submitted by September 23rd (the Friday before Rosh Hashanah). All orders will arrive at TBI for pick-up.

»  Order lulav and etrog here


Rent a sukkah from TBI

We have nine sukkah booths available to rent ($50) for members of TBI who would like to put up a sukkah. First come, first served.

»  Reserve a sukkah

New Interfaith Group at TBI

We are in the process of forming a new Interfaith Group at TBI. Save the date for October 2, when we’ll have an interfaith town hall.

What will your Jewish legacy be?

You can leave a Jewish legacy. It’s actually quite simple! By securing legacy gifts, Temple Beth Israel can be certain that we will be here for future generations.

»  Learn more about the Life & Legacy Program

Community Shabbat Lunches

Lunches are held from noon to 1:30pm after in-person services! 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.

»  Sign up here or contact the office.

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

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

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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Community Education

Our congregational theme for 5782 is Rodef Shalom, pursuing peace. Our offerings this fall aim to provide pathways for us to become pursuers of peace, each in our own way.

»  Go to community ed page

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