Celebrating Shabbat at home with family and friends creates a warm and wonderful end to your week. Saying or singing blessings over family, candles, wine and challah helps make it sacred.
Erev Shabbat T'filah (Friday Night Services)
Erev Shabbat T'filah with Shul Band
1st Friday of the Month
The Shabbat Service on the first Friday of each month features the TBI Shul Band. This service features a unique combination of music and ruach (spirit) conceived to touch your heart and soul.
Shabbat Evening Family Service
2nd Friday of the Month
Rabbi Kupetz and Cantor Buch lead a short, camp-like service with plenty of singing and participation followed by an Oneg Shabbat. It is designed for young people from preschool through 3rd grade. Erev Shabbat T'fillah follows at 7:30 pm
Weekly Torah Study
Beit Midrash Minyan
3rd Saturday of the Month
Saturday (See Calendar)
Join the TBI Oneg Shabbat Team
At TBI one of the oldest and friendliest of traditions is to end each Friday Night Shabbat Service with a special treat: the Oneg, where we enjoy a literal taste of the sweetness of Shabbat. Oneg Shabbat literally means “the joy of Shabbat” and has also come mean the time of food and fellowship following Shabbat evening services. Oneg providers:
When you provide Oneg treats, you bring the joy of Shabbat to our congregation, and you have the opportunity to celebrate Shabbat yourself at TBI.
At TBI most Onegs have sponsors such as the B’nei Mitzvah family of that Shabbat. However, about 25 Oneg Shabbats per year do not have sponsors. In order to provide for these unsponsored Onegs TBI members are invited to be a part of a “TBI Oneg Shabbat Team” The Team is emailed when their help is needed, Each team member provides an item or items for the Oneg; each Oneg requires 8-10 trays of desserts and/or vegies and/or fruit.
Temple Beth Israel
3033 North Towne AvePomona, CA 91767Main Office: (909) 626-1277Preschool Office: (909) 626-6937
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