Beth Tikvah has compiled its history from 1961 to the present in bound scrapbooks located in the mail room.
In recent years Beth Tikvah has been converting old photos to digital images to preserve the memories for years to come. If you enjoy scrap booking this is a great opportunity to share your talents.
The building committee makes sure Beth Tikvah’s building stays in great shape. From leaks to security they are there to help with any needs. If you have a background in building planning, constructing or maintenance and would like to share your experience, please contact Josh Reinicke to get involved.
This committee ensures Beth Tikvah’s strong financial future. They work with the Treasurer and Finance Chair. Contact Treasurer Iris Ailin-Pyzik or Finance Chair Michael Spaulding to join the committee.
Raising money is an integral part of ensuring operations and services for the members of Beth Tikvah. The generosity of our membership has allowed us to welcome those members that have an inability to pay full dues for financial reasons, a place to worship and feel included in the Jewish community. Our Fundraising Committee has worked on numerous events throughout the years as well as, multiple programs that bring in effortless dollars to help. The committee is constantly looking for new, innovative, and fun ideas to make this happen. If you have a desire to help with these events please contact the committee. Don’t have time to spare? You can still help by participating in the events without having to lift a finger. Please be sure to check out the monthly calendar for upcoming fundraising events. Every person makes a difference.
To get involved or find out more, contact Sheri Scaglione.
This committee is focused on preserving Beth Tikvah’s past for Beth Tikvah’s future. They are in the process of creating a display of Past Presidents and Past Rabbis. It is led by Trustee At-Large Michael Schecter.
New Member Connections
Here at Beth Tikvah, we take integrating new members into the Beth Tikvah Family seriously. We want to make sure all members old and new feel comfortable at Beth Tikvah. This group is responsible for welcoming all of out new member families to the congregation by sending out presents, organizing events and reaching out. Contact New Member Connections Chair Sharyn Koch to get involved in this important committee.
Religious School Committee
Youth Activities Committee
This committee oversees all four of Beth Tikvah’s Youth Groups. Beth Tikvah offers a variety of youth groups tailored to the age of the children. They range from family programming for our youngest members to a full-fledged NFTY experience for our high school students. Click here to learn more about our youth groups.