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Our doors are open to all who seek to worship, learn and serve the community.
Services at Temple Beit Torah are a learning experience; our goal is to broaden the understanding of Judaism. Experience our interactive service. Come learn with us.
 
Shabbat Services are held each Friday evening at 7 PM MST, in person and on Zoom. The final Friday of every month is a Family Service, which begins at 6:15PM.
Temple members and guests who are unvaccinated are required to wear masks. Masks are optional for all vaccinated members. For the safety of everyone, especially those with underlying medical conditions and other vulnerabilities, we ask everyone to continue to observe social distancing guidelines.
 
January 27: 6:15 p.m.; Family Services; Torah portion Bo
February 3: 7 p.m.; Tu B'shvat; Torah portion Beshalach
February 10: 7 p.m.; 5:30 potluck dinner with LDS; Torah portion Yitro
February 17: NO SERVICES; Torah portion Mishpatim
 
 
Guests, please pre-register online for both Zoom and in-person service.
Members must pre-register for in-person services.
 
Onegs are Back!    
 
An Oneg (which means “Joy of Sabbath”) is an informal gathering in which we celebrate the joy of the Sabbath. This means we get to enjoy refreshments together as a community after Shabbat services Friday night.    
 
At TBT we are Kosher style (not Kosher), which means no pork, no shellfish, no meat and dairy together. Challah is supplied by the temple and kept in the freezer. The temple administrator will take the challah out of the freezer each Friday morning to defrost, and will get it prepped for services.    
 
Wine and grape juice are also supplied by the temple, and will need to be poured into the small cups kept in the cabinet next to the main refrigerator, and placed in the trays, one tray for wine, one for grape juice.  
 
 
As we return to the joy of eating together, we want to remind you of TBT’s food policies. If you have questions about any of the rules below, or want help planning a great oneg, feel free to reach out to Ritual Committee Chair Erin Taylor (erinwtaylor@gmail.com). Thanks for keeping our community safe, healthy, and nourished!
 
No pork or shellfish should be served at TBT
Please keep dairy and meat on separate plates. When possible, it is preferred for meat and dairy to be served on separate tables. You can find “meat table” and “dairy table” signs in the kitchen. (Note that fish, eggs, grains, legumes, and produce can be served on either the meat table, the dairy table, or both).
Please do your best to provide gluten free and vegan options when planning a meal or oneg to be inclusive of all congregants.
Please label dishes that contain high frequency allergens (ie nuts, dairy, eggs, gluten) and/or label dishes that are safe to eat for people with dietary restrictions (ie “gluten free,” “nut free,” or “vegetarian”).
 
Please bring enough food to share with 15-30 people. Some food options include: fruit, cheese and crackers, chips, bagels, cakes, cookies, or pastries. Store bought or homemade are both appropriate. Please make sure to include a few gluten free and nut free options, for those with dietary constraints. Coffee and tea are also supplied by the temple, but feel free to add soda and/or juice if you’d like.      
 
We would love to see everyone host an oneg, on your own or with a friend. This is a beautiful mitzvah which provides an opportunity to build community and friendships in our congregation    
 
To sign up please call 719-573-0841 or email the Temple Office at tbt@beit-torah.org. There will also be a sign-up sheet downstairs in the social hall.
Wed, February 8 2023 17 Shevat 5783