You can help maintain the religious, educational and cultural programs of our temple community by a contribution in honor, or in memory, of a loved one, which would be deeply appreciated. Please consider these funds for future contributions.
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Supports and supplements Jewish educational programs for adults in the congregation
Supports the State of Israel. ARZA develops support for and strengthens the Reform movement in Israel and promotes advocacy for a Jewish, pluralistic, just and democratic society in the State of Israel.
Board Training/Leadership Development
Provides funds to supplement the cost of seminars, conferences and training which are valuable for the growth and education of temple leadership
Supports both the activities of the Brotherhood and the temple by providing additional goods and services for projects that enhance our synagogue and congregational life
Reaches out to members during times of need, such as a family death, illness, or unemployment; cheer hospitalized members and welcome new babies; and offer assistance to our senior members
Helps purchase ritual objects to beautify the temple or enhance temple life
Provides funding for special beautification or enhancement projects within the synagogue and/or the grounds that may be outside the budget of our regular operating fund
Helps families to send their children to over-night Jewish camps
Purchases books for Beth Tikvah’s library
Mitzvah Craft Group
The Mitzvah Craft Group create projects like hats for preemies, Seder Plates for the Beth Tikvah Tu BiSh’vat Seder and plastic mats for the homeless to sleep on.
Provides for the musical enrichment and enjoyment of the congregation
Purchases the congregation’s Shabbat and Festival prayer books
Rabbi Richard Kellner’s Discretionary Fund
Supports rabbinic study and enables contributions to worthy causes selected by Rabbi Kellner
Rabbi Emeritus Gary Huber’s Discretionary Fund
Supports rabbinic study and enables contributions to worthy causes selected by Rabbi Huber
Provides support for innovative programs not covered by operating funds, purchases audio-visual and technology equipment, and underwrites supplemental student activities
Provides supplementary funding for Beth Tikvah Shishim Program
Supports both the activities of the Sisterhood and the temple by providing additional goods and services for projects that enhance our synagogue and congregational life
Supports the social action goals and programs of the congregation
Special Events and Bima Flowers
Provides floral arrangements and refreshments for Shabbat services and other ceremonial occasions
Ensures that Beth Tikvah will have a beautiful Torah Table for generations to come
Provides very special items beyond our budget for the enhancement of temple life or service to membership
Provides scholarships to NFTY-OVR events and other worthy youth group activities.