Who are we?
Temple Beth Torah brings together a wide diversity of the Jewish community.  Those who come from traditional backgrounds, those who are newly learning about Judaism, those who have explored other faiths and those who are delving into the depths of Jewish learning come together to share experiences.  Our many interfaith families feel especially welcome in an atmosphere of caring and respect. Read more…

Our Vision Statement
Temple Beth Torah is the leading Jewish institution of the northeast Houston area, inspiring individuals and families to embrace Jewish values and practices that strengthen Judaism’s role at home, in the synagogue and in the general community.

Rabbi Dan
Taslich 2014
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High Holidays
Rosh Hashanah
Sunday Sept 13th
  Evening Service at 8PM
Monday Sept 14th
   Children’s Service at 9:30AM
   Morning Service at 10:30AM
   Kiddush luncheon following our morning service.

Yom Kippur
Tuesday Sept 22nd
   Kol Nidre at 8PM
Wednesday Sept 23rd
   Children’s Service at 9:30AM
   Morning Service at 10:30AM
   Afternoon Memorial Service at 3:30PM
   Pot-Luck break-the-fast meal following the afternoon service.

Guests of TBT interested in worshipping with us during the High Holidays should
contact the temple at 281-446-5611 or e-mail TBT administrator Stacey Blumin at
admin@tbthumble.org to reserve a space.

Please see our High Holidays Flyer for more details.

If you have family or friends that you would like to have included in the
TBT Book of Remembrance please print and complete this form and
submit it by September 17.

Please see our September Newsletter for more information about all our events this month, including High Holidays.