Check out the TBT website for all this information and more!
The New issue of The ARC (TBT Bulletin) in now online.

 Summer Office Hours 9am-3pm

Emergency Blood Drive
Sunday August 13th 9:00 am-1:30 pm @ TBT

Shabbat Services
Friday July 21
Shabbat Service Under the Stars 7:30 pm 

Saturday July 22
Shabbat Torah Study 9:00 am (outside weather permitting)

Friday July 28
Shabbat Service under the Stars 7:30 pm 

Monday, JULY 24th- Dinner for a Cause!
Come enjoy great food while supporting a great cause on July 24!  5:00 pm @ The Hamlet, Commack. Join us for dinner with our friends from South Huntington Jewish Center as we raise money  for our Congregations and for Sunrise Day Camp. We will be honoring TBT congregant Ethan Zemel, who will be there to share his experience of having pediatric cancer and what Sunrise Day Camp means to him.     
Cocktail hour and dinner starts at 5:00pm, following our sold out annual Golf Outing. $ 95 per person for dinner.  Raffle tickets will be available to purchase for amazing prizes.  Sponsorships are still available.
Please call the Temple office 631 643-1200. 
                                                 We look forward to seeing you.
Jewish New Year's Cards
Order your Jewish New Year's
(Rosh Hashanah) cards from the
TBT Gift Shop.

Contact Audrey Frank to set up an appointment to choose a beautiful design. Email Audrey at
or  call (631)766-0610

Interested in ordering honey for your friends and family? click here

Make sure you put in code: TBTsisterhood2016 to get the $11 price
2017 Backpack Drive
Collections are underway!

We are in need of:

  • girls backpacks
  • wide ruled marble notebooks
  • glue sticks
  • #2 pencils
  • crayons (16 pack)
  • pencil sharpeners
  • erasers

Please help the kids in our community.

Hot / Cold Travel Mug
  $ 18 -
Purchase in main office
Senior Schmooze
Join us the 3rd Monday of each month
12:00 - 1:30 pm a light lunch will be provided. 
RSVP David & Ronnie Pinkowitz  631-491-5343  

Upcoming Friday Night Programs
Finding Fifteen with Author Tim Oliver
Friday, Sept 8, Yom Hashoah Vigil and ADEPT Speaker
Finding Fifteen: How My Daily Walk to the 9/11 Memorial Became a Journey of Love, Hope & Survival
The Joys of Yiddish Culture and Language with Riva Ginsberg
Friday, Sept 15, following Shabbat Services
Riva Ginsburg will present a lively, informative, humorous and interactive presentation on The Joys of Yiddish Language and Culture. Yiddish is a wonderful, rich language full of humor and vivid descriptive expressions and sayings. It has a bountiful tradition of literature, film, theater and poetry, which reflect the collective Jewish experience in Europe over the centuries. Ms. Ginsburg is a native speaker of Yiddish, born to Jewish resistance fighters in a displaced person’s camp in Fahrenvald, Germany shortly after the end of World War II, and is recognized nationally as an entertaining and talented lecturer. No knowledge of Yiddish is required to enjoy this witty and informative presentation.
More information to come
B'nei Mitzvah/Chavurah Projects
If you would like to post your child's Mitzvah Project or Chavurah Group Project please contact Robin in the office

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