TBA strives to provide meaningful support to all of our members. We encourage you to get involved with our existing programs and to reach out to Shelly Gordon if you have suggestions for additional programs.
To be a holy community, we need to be a caring community. Accordingly, our TBA Cares Committee supports members during times of joy, need, and sorrow with compassion, respect, and confidentiality. Some of the many ways “TBA Cares” are:
- Providing meals
- Phone calls during an illness
- Sending condolence notes
- Delivering a “Shabbat kit” on the Friday before a child’s B’nai Mitzvah or on the first Shabbat celebrated by a new member
- Sending baby gifts
- Providing mezuzah to newlyweds of members or members’ children (funded by the Ammerman Family Fund)
TBA Cares always welcomes more members who want to help. Please email Shelly Gordon to learn how you can help – or to ask for help!
Bitachon (TBA’s Mental Health Initiative)
Bitachon provides a safe and sacred place for congregants to cultivate community connections that promote mental health awareness. Programs are offered throughout the year to meet the diverse needs of our congregational community. For more information on upcoming programs or to join the committee, click here or contact Bitachon Chair Peter Cohen.
Temple Beth Ami has always been committed to being a welcoming, open, and inclusive community that engages everyone with generous hospitality. Please contact Judi Goozh to learn more about our inclusion efforts and how you can get involved.