Check out the Fall 2019 Community Education offerings here.
Once again, TBI Brotherhood’s Honey Fundraiser for Rosh Hashanah enables TBI members to send delicious, non-filtered, Willamette Valley honey to friends. Deadline to submit your order is Friday September 27. (Please use the pass phrase that was emailed to you Sept 10th.) You can pick up your honey during Rosh Hashanah services at TBI from Sept 29 through Oct 1. Please see order form for additional details.
If you want to order Lulav & Etrog, or a Sukkah booth, click here.
On September 29th Sisterhood will once again host the Oneg for Rosh Hashanah. Please click here to let us know that you would like to help by bringing baked goods or assisting with set up and clean up.
The Nominating Committee is seeking candidates for the TBI Board of Trustees. Candidates should be willing to participate in monthly board meetings, to 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 on the website and go tothe member’s section for an application and information. TBI committee experience is preferred but not required.
Deadline is Friday, October 18.
CPR/AED and First Aid Class
TBI will host a CPR/AED and First Aid class on September 15th from 2:00 to 6:00 pm. This class will focus on the latest CPR standards, how to use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and review first aid equipment available at TBI. As time permits, we’ll also cover health issues that occur most frequently during events at TBI. Class is restricted to TBI members only, and TBI ushers are strongly encouraged to participate! You must RSVP in advance for this class.
Maximum class size is 16.
The next Bystander/Upstander workshop is October 10. Please click here to register.
In the Bin: Food for Lane County
The High Holy Day season is our time of fullness, feasting, fasting, and sharing. Your generous donation ensures that hungry people in our community also have enough to eat! 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: foodforlanecounty.org.
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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.
Check us out on YouTube!
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.