Temple Beth Avodah Forms



  • 2020 Teen Israel Payment ...


     This form is for the second payment of the February 2020 teen trip to Israel. 
  • Jr. BAYGL Movie Night


     Join Jr BAYGL (grades 6 & 7) for movie night Sunday, January 26 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the BAYGL room. We will be watching Spy Kids, dinner and popcorn will be served. 
  • Improv with Sr. BAYGL


     All 8-12 graders are invited to join Sr. BAYGL January 25 from 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm for a fun night of improv! We will be taking a bus to Improv Boston, pick up and drop off will be at TBA.
  • Kara-Oneg - February 7


     Join us for Shabbat services at 7:30 p.m. and stick around for our karaoke sing along oneg!
  • Primary Billing Email Add...


    Please provide your preferred primary email address for billiing purposes. 
  • Brotherhood Dinner Paymen...


    Wine and appetizers from the dinner of the retreat is covered by your payment for the retreat.  Dinner, cocktails, dessert and coffee are the responsibility of each retreat attendee.
  • Interested in Being Part ...


    If we have enough interest, we will form a group that meets outside TBA. This group will be led by the members of the group with support from TBA staff.
  • Israel Participant Inform...


     
  • Early Drop-Off STEM Club ...


    What does science have to do with Judaism? Come find out as we create oobleck, build rockets, extract DNA from strawberries, and more! Led by experienced Jewish STEM teacher, Jacob Paikoff, this six session club will explore the connection between our Jewish lives and the exciting world around us.
     
    This program will run during the Tuesday early session early drop-off from 1-2 PM on the following dates:
     
    November 5
    November 12
    November 19
    December 3
    December 10
    December 17
     
    The cost is $60 per child.
     
    Questions? Contact Mikah .
     
    Note: This exciting program will be taking place during the normal, complimentary early session early-drop off time. Children will still have time for lunch, and will spend the rest of the early-drop off time in STEM Club. Those who are not signed up for STEM Club will be engaged in the normal early drop-off schedule and activities.
  • 2019-20 Grades 8-12 Enrol...


     
  • Madrichim (teen assistant...


    Madrichim work in our school on Sunday mornings with K-5, Monday afternoons with grades 6 & 7, and Tuesday afternoons with grades 3-5.  In order to be a teen assistant you must be enrolled in a learning program (either Midrasha or a haderech track).  Grade 8 teen assistants are in training and are not paid. Grades 9-12 may choose to be paid or volunteer. 

    Sunday/Tuesday Madrichim assist in the classroms, work with students one on one, and help lead small groups of students if desired. Any grade 8-12 teen who wants to be a teen assistant for this age group will be placed in a class. 

    Grades 9-12 teens who would like to be assistants on Monday afternoons for grades 6 & 7 must apply for the position and be accepted. 
  • Spring Early Drop-Off STE...


    What does science have to do with Judaism? Come find out as we create oobleck, build rockets, extract DNA from strawberries, and more! Led by experienced Jewish STEM teacher, Jacob Paikoff, this six session club will explore the connection between our Jewish lives and the exciting world around us.
     
    This program will run during the Tuesday early session early drop-off from 1-2 PM on the following dates:
     
    January 7
    January 14
    January 21
    January 28
    February 4
    February 11
     
    The cost is $60 per child.
     
    Questions? Contact Mikah .
     
    Note: This exciting program will be taking place during the normal, complimentary early session early-drop off time. Children will still have time for lunch, and will spend the rest of the early-drop off time in STEM Club. Those who are not signed up for STEM Club will be engaged in the normal early drop-off schedule and activities.
  • Shabbat Featuring Grades ...


    This service will feature our Gr, 4 & 5 students and we hope all of our K-5 families will attend.

    5:45-6:15 Pizza & Salad dinner
    6:15-7:00 Shabbat Service (babysitting available for ages 2-5 (not yet in K)
    7:00 Dessert Oneg & Light dinner/snacks
  • Swing into Summer 2020


    Swing into Summer! is a fun filled two weeks combining indoor and outdoor activities. Our facility is fully air-conditioned. This program is for currently enrolled students (2019-2020) and will be staffed by Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center teachers. Don’t forget to bring your bathing suits! 

    June 8-12, 2020
    Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm (please pack a lunch)
    Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm (no lunch)

    June 15-19, 2020
    Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm (please pack a lunch)
    Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm (no lunch)

    This is a 5 days/week program.
    Tuition is $450/week.
    $100/week/child deposit due at the time of registration.
    Deposit amount will be credited towards tuition.
  • 2019-2020 Kochavim (Stars...


    Kochavim class will run at the same time as Parenting Through a Jewish Lens. The class will meet monthly on Sunday mornings from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. The dates are: November 17, December 8, January 5, March 15 and April 12.. This drop off class is designed for children ages 3-5 (not yet in Kindergarten) and will include music, movement and a hands on project. You do not need to be a member to attend.
     
    There is no charge for this program, but you will need to register in advance.
  • April 1 TBA Members: A Pr...


    Monday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the New Deli After Dark

    Members of the community are welcome!

    This is an adult only event (age 21 and over). 

    Seating is limited.

    There is no cost to attend, but we do request you to RSVP for planning purposes.

    Cash Bar, complimentary snacks.


  • January 10 TBA Boomers! J...


     
  • Arts Troupe Poetry Slam


     

    The TBA Arts Troupe presents TBA's first Poetry Slam.  Come to experience the art of spoken word poetry and judge, as award winning poets compete for our votes! The evening will include a Poetry Slam demonstration with prior Slam winners, an interactive poetry project, and exposure to an art form as relevant today as it was in biblical times. Join us for wine, cheese, dinner and poetry! No poetry writing skills or experience necessary. Bring your neighbors, your friends, your kids (age 12 and up). Sunday January 26 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. If you'd like to attend, but need confidential financial assistance, please contact Becky Oliver at boliver@bethavodah.org. 

     

  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah TBA Thurs...


    Please fill out the information below so we can share your milestone with our congregation!
  • Boomers! Night at the The...


    Join TBA Boomers at the Boston Opera House on March 29 to see The Band’s Visit—now one of the most celebrated musicals ever. It rejoices in the way music brings us to life, brings us to laughter, brings us to tears, and ultimately, brings us together.

    Join us for an informal pre-show gathering at Sip at 4:45 p.m..  If you already have tickets to the show, you are invited to join the group at Sip. Please enter that you would like to purchase 0 tickets and let us know how many are in your party below.

    Price includes theatre ticket only.  Sip is pay as you go.
  • 5780/ 2019 Sustaining Mem...


    Thank you for your continued generous support of the TBA community.  
     
     

  • Vision Campaign


    Join us by making the next years for TBA even better as we move from strength to strength. Thank you for your contribution to the future of TBA.
     
  • 5780/ 2019 Sustaining Mem...




    Thank you for your continued generous support of the TBA community through our Annual Sustaining Campaign.
     
     

  • TBA Donation Form


    Thank you for choosing to donate to Temple Beth Avodah.

    Due to administrative costs, we respectfully request a minimum online donation of $18.

    Please choose one of the funds below for your contribution.

  • ELC Enrollment Form



  • ELC Emergency Card


    Medical Emergency Contacts
    Please note that all fields are required.  Please list both parents (if applicable) and two additional medical emergency contacts. If a field is not applicable, please type N/A.
  • ELC Photography and Play ...


    Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center
    45 Puddingstone Lane
    Newton, MA  02459
    617-527-0045 x110
  • ELC Developmental History...


    Please note: All field are required.  Please type N/A if info is not applicable.
  • ELC Key Fob Payment Form


     
  • TBA ELC Extended Hours 20...


    The extended day rate includes lunch and enrichment for the Comet/Moonbeam classes (over 2.9 years), enrichment for the Allstar class, and lunch and rest time for the Me 2/Moonbeam classes (under 2.9 years). We will continue to close at noon on Fridays.  

    Allstar class
    $1,860 for one day per week 

    $7,450 for Monday-Thursday

    Comet and/or Moonbeam class (over 2.9 years)
    $2,445 for one day per week
    $9,775 for Monday-Thursday

    Me2 and/or Moonbeam class (under 2.9 years)
    $2,000 for one day per week 
    $8,000 for Monday-Thursday

    Payment is due in full at the time of registration.

     

     

  • ELC Release Form


    45 Puddingstone Lane
    Newton, MA  02459
    617-527-0045 x110
  • ELC First Aid and Emergen...



  • ELC Registration 2020-202...


    Enrollment for Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center for the 2020-2021school year is now open for returning students, siblings and Temple Beth Avodah members until November 15, 2019


    Our classes for next year will include the following:

    Me 2 class - 2 days/week (Tuesday/Thursday) and 3 days/week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) starting at 18 months by 9/1/2020
    *Other schedules may be accomodated if requested.

    Moonbeam class - ages 2.6-3.11 years by 9/1/2020

    Comet class - ages 3.5-4.11 years by 9/1/2020

    Pre-kindergarten class - child must be eligible for kindergarten in the fall of 2021. (5 day/week, M-Th until 1pm and Fridays until 12pm)


    Final class placement is at the discretion of the ELC Director
      

  • ELC Lunch, Enrichment, Pi...


     
  • K-7 Enrollment Form 2019-...



  • 2020 Teen Israel Trip Pay...


    Febuary 13-23, 2020. The first payment is due July 1.
  • Religious School Pizza & ...



  • Grade 6 Overnight Retreat...


     April 28-29, 2020
  • Grade 6 Overnight Retreat...


     April 27-28, 2019
  • February 7, 2020 Simchat ...


    Enjoy a delicious Shabbat dinner immediately following the 6:00 p.m. Simchat Shabbat Service.  Simchat Shabbat Services are geared toward preschool through Grade 2 children.   

    We offer vegetarian options at our Simchat Shabbat meal. The menu consists of chicken and the following vegetarian items: salad, roasted potatoes, vegetable, macaroni and cheese, challah and beverages.  People with dietary restrictions (including those who keep kosher) may bring their own food.  In this event, payment is not necessary but we do request that you email Heidi at hbaker@bethavodah.org so she can staff activities accordingly. Join in on the after dinner schmoozing while the children are entertained by Kate Shoolman.
  • Application for Memorial ...


    In order to have nameplate installed in time for Rosh Hashanah we must receive your application and payment by noon on Thursday, August 15. It takes approximately 6-8 weeks for receipt and installation of a plaque. If you have any questions, please call the Temple office.
     
  • B'nai Mitzvah Download Li...


    If you would like to retain a copy of your child's service please fill out this form by Monday, 12/9/19.  You will receive a link (by 12/16/19) to download your child's service. Please note your link will be valid for download until 12/31/19. On 1/1/20 your download link will expire and the the stream will no longer be accessible online.
  • Payment on account balanc...


    I would like to make the following payment on my account. 
  • Grades 4 and 5 Taglit Chu...


    We will do our best to place your child in their preferred chugim, however, we cannot guarantee that everyone will receive their first choice. All of these chugim are great learning opportunities for all students. 

    The choices for the first round of chugim are as follows: 

    Mensches on Mats with Kate
    Use your body to understand and create T'filah. Students will explore the themes of the prayers and create yoga sequences related to those themes, based on their own interpretations.

    Ask and You Shall Receive with Myriam
    What questions have you always wanted to ask about Judaism? Students will have the opportunity to seek out the answers to those questions as a class. Bring your curiosity and build your knowledge!

    Hiddur Mitzvah: What a Beautiful Mitzvah! with Chelsea
    Jewish tradition teaches us that it is a Mitzvah, a commandment, to beautify. How can we beautify our learning space here at TBA? Students will brainstorm and create a beautification project to help make our holy space even more special 
  • Washington D.C. - L'Taken...


    All TBA grade 9 students are invited to join us for a memorable weekend in Washington D.C. January 10-13. 
  • Grades 4 and 5 Taglit Ele...


    We will do our best to place your child in their preferred chugim, however, we cannot guarantee that everyone will receive their first choice. All of these chugim are great learning opportunities for all students. 

    Per student request and interest, Chelsea's Hiddur Mitzvah elective will be continuing into this round. Students in that elective should not fill out this form.

    The choices for the second round of chugim are as follows: 

    Reduce, Reuse, and Make it into Art with Kate
    Do you want to reduce your environmental impact and make beautiful works of art at the same time? Join us as we take recycled materials destined to be discarded and turn them into incredible pieces of Judaic art. 

    Who are our heroes? with Myriam
    Throughout our history, heroes have played a significant role. From the Torah until today, Jewish heroes have been all around us! Learn what makes these people heroes and explore the skills they possess tha tmake them so spectacular. 

  • TBA Religious School Regi...


    Please note that this rate is for non-congregants and does not include membership to Temple Beth Avodah.
  • 2019 Brotherhood Overnigh...


    We all go through changes, some quiet and gentle, others fraught with struggle and surprise.  The TBA Brotherhood will gather for our overnight retreat to share some thoughts about our transitions. We will also share our own coping skills and lessons learned along the road about everything from marriage, raising kids, dealing with aging parents, to a job change, and our own aging. We hope you will come to listen, learn, and lend support.
     
    If you booked through Expedia or other travel sight, the additional cost for the retreat is $100.  If you are not staying over, the cost for the day is $75. The cost of dinner Saturday night is NOT included.
  • Women's Kallah 2020/5780


    We are thrilled that you will be joining us on February 29 at TBA for the Women's Kallah, A Leap of Strength: Caring for Ourselves and Those We Love.  

    Please fill out the required information below.  Rate includes lunch.

    It is our intention that all who want to attend are able. If you are in need of financial assistance please do not hesitate to reach out to Temple Director Becky Oliver.

    PLEASE NOTE: payment is non-refundable after 2/15.


  • 5780 Women of TBA Retrea...



  • 2019 Brotherhood Overnigh...


    We all go through changes, some quiet and gentle, others fraught with struggle and surprise.  The TBA Brotherhood will gather for our overnight retreat to share some thoughts about our transitions. We will also share our own coping skills and lessons learned along the road about everything from marriage, raising kids, dealing with aging parents, to a job change, and our own aging. We hope you will come to listen, learn, and lend support.
     
    The overnight this year is at Hotel Providence in Providence, RI.  Cost of $250 DOES NOT include the cost of dinner on Saturday night.
  • Online payment


     
  • 2019 - 20 Online payment


    Please indicate your payment amount below. 

2020 Teen Israel Payment #2  This form is for the second payment of the February 2020 teen trip to Israel. 
Jr. BAYGL Movie Night  Join Jr BAYGL (grades 6 & 7) for movie night Sunday, January 26 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the BAYGL room. We will be watching Spy Kids, dinner and popcorn will be served. 
Improv with Sr. BAYGL  All 8-12 graders are invited to join Sr. BAYGL January 25 from 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm for a fun night of improv! We will be taking a bus to Improv Boston, pick up and drop off will be at TBA.
Kara-Oneg - February 7  Join us for Shabbat services at 7:30 p.m. and stick around for our karaoke sing along oneg!
Primary Billing Email Address Please provide your preferred primary email address for billiing purposes. 
Brotherhood Dinner Payment Wine and appetizers from the dinner of the retreat is covered by your payment for the retreat.  Dinner, cocktails, dessert and coffee are the responsibility of each retreat attendee.
Interested in Being Part of a Book Group? If we have enough interest, we will form a group that meets outside TBA. This group will be led by the members of the group with support from TBA staff.
Israel Participant Information 2020  
Early Drop-Off STEM Club Signup
What does science have to do with Judaism? Come find out as we create oobleck, build rockets, extract DNA from strawberries, and more! Led by experienced Jewish STEM teacher, Jacob Paikoff, this six session club will explore the connection between our Jewish lives and the exciting world around us.
 
This program will run during the Tuesday early session early drop-off from 1-2 PM on the following dates:
 
November 5
November 12
November 19
December 3
December 10
December 17
 
The cost is $60 per child.
 
Questions? Contact Mikah .
 
Note: This exciting program will be taking place during the normal, complimentary early session early-drop off time. Children will still have time for lunch, and will spend the rest of the early-drop off time in STEM Club. Those who are not signed up for STEM Club will be engaged in the normal early drop-off schedule and activities.
2019-20 Grades 8-12 Enrollment Form  
Madrichim (teen assistants) 2019-20 Madrichim work in our school on Sunday mornings with K-5, Monday afternoons with grades 6 & 7, and Tuesday afternoons with grades 3-5.  In order to be a teen assistant you must be enrolled in a learning program (either Midrasha or a haderech track).  Grade 8 teen assistants are in training and are not paid. Grades 9-12 may choose to be paid or volunteer. 

Sunday/Tuesday Madrichim assist in the classroms, work with students one on one, and help lead small groups of students if desired. Any grade 8-12 teen who wants to be a teen assistant for this age group will be placed in a class. 

Grades 9-12 teens who would like to be assistants on Monday afternoons for grades 6 & 7 must apply for the position and be accepted. 
Spring Early Drop-Off STEM Club Signup
What does science have to do with Judaism? Come find out as we create oobleck, build rockets, extract DNA from strawberries, and more! Led by experienced Jewish STEM teacher, Jacob Paikoff, this six session club will explore the connection between our Jewish lives and the exciting world around us.
 
This program will run during the Tuesday early session early drop-off from 1-2 PM on the following dates:
 
January 7
January 14
January 21
January 28
February 4
February 11
 
The cost is $60 per child.
 
Questions? Contact Mikah .
 
Note: This exciting program will be taking place during the normal, complimentary early session early-drop off time. Children will still have time for lunch, and will spend the rest of the early-drop off time in STEM Club. Those who are not signed up for STEM Club will be engaged in the normal early drop-off schedule and activities.
Shabbat Featuring Grades 4 & 5 January 24, 2020 This service will feature our Gr, 4 & 5 students and we hope all of our K-5 families will attend.

5:45-6:15 Pizza & Salad dinner
6:15-7:00 Shabbat Service (babysitting available for ages 2-5 (not yet in K)
7:00 Dessert Oneg & Light dinner/snacks
Swing into Summer 2020 Swing into Summer! is a fun filled two weeks combining indoor and outdoor activities. Our facility is fully air-conditioned. This program is for currently enrolled students (2019-2020) and will be staffed by Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center teachers. Don’t forget to bring your bathing suits! 

June 8-12, 2020
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm (please pack a lunch)
Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm (no lunch)

June 15-19, 2020
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-1:00pm (please pack a lunch)
Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm (no lunch)

This is a 5 days/week program.
Tuition is $450/week.
$100/week/child deposit due at the time of registration.
Deposit amount will be credited towards tuition.
2019-2020 Kochavim (Stars) Club
Kochavim class will run at the same time as Parenting Through a Jewish Lens. The class will meet monthly on Sunday mornings from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. The dates are: November 17, December 8, January 5, March 15 and April 12.. This drop off class is designed for children ages 3-5 (not yet in Kindergarten) and will include music, movement and a hands on project. You do not need to be a member to attend.
 
There is no charge for this program, but you will need to register in advance.
April 1 TBA Members: A Priest and a Rabbi Walk into a Bar
Monday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the New Deli After Dark

Members of the community are welcome!

This is an adult only event (age 21 and over). 

Seating is limited.

There is no cost to attend, but we do request you to RSVP for planning purposes.

Cash Bar, complimentary snacks.


January 10 TBA Boomers! Jazz Shabbat Reception  
Arts Troupe Poetry Slam
 

The TBA Arts Troupe presents TBA's first Poetry Slam.  Come to experience the art of spoken word poetry and judge, as award winning poets compete for our votes! The evening will include a Poetry Slam demonstration with prior Slam winners, an interactive poetry project, and exposure to an art form as relevant today as it was in biblical times. Join us for wine, cheese, dinner and poetry! No poetry writing skills or experience necessary. Bring your neighbors, your friends, your kids (age 12 and up). Sunday January 26 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. If you'd like to attend, but need confidential financial assistance, please contact Becky Oliver at boliver@bethavodah.org. 

 

Bar/Bat Mitzvah TBA Thursday Article Please fill out the information below so we can share your milestone with our congregation!
Boomers! Night at the Theatre
Join TBA Boomers at the Boston Opera House on March 29 to see The Band’s Visit—now one of the most celebrated musicals ever. It rejoices in the way music brings us to life, brings us to laughter, brings us to tears, and ultimately, brings us together.

Join us for an informal pre-show gathering at Sip at 4:45 p.m..  If you already have tickets to the show, you are invited to join the group at Sip. Please enter that you would like to purchase 0 tickets and let us know how many are in your party below.

Price includes theatre ticket only.  Sip is pay as you go.
5780/ 2019 Sustaining Member Drive
Thank you for your continued generous support of the TBA community.  
 
 

Vision Campaign
Join us by making the next years for TBA even better as we move from strength to strength. Thank you for your contribution to the future of TBA.
 
5780/ 2019 Sustaining Member Drive for High Holy Days Online Page


Thank you for your continued generous support of the TBA community through our Annual Sustaining Campaign.
 
 

TBA Donation Form
Thank you for choosing to donate to Temple Beth Avodah.

Due to administrative costs, we respectfully request a minimum online donation of $18.

Please choose one of the funds below for your contribution.

ELC Enrollment Form
ELC Emergency Card Medical Emergency Contacts
Please note that all fields are required.  Please list both parents (if applicable) and two additional medical emergency contacts. If a field is not applicable, please type N/A.
ELC Photography and Play Equipment Authorization Form Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center
45 Puddingstone Lane
Newton, MA  02459
617-527-0045 x110
ELC Developmental History and Background Information Please note: All field are required.  Please type N/A if info is not applicable.
ELC Key Fob Payment Form  
TBA ELC Extended Hours 2018/2019

The extended day rate includes lunch and enrichment for the Comet/Moonbeam classes (over 2.9 years), enrichment for the Allstar class, and lunch and rest time for the Me 2/Moonbeam classes (under 2.9 years). We will continue to close at noon on Fridays.  

Allstar class
$1,860 for one day per week 

$7,450 for Monday-Thursday

Comet and/or Moonbeam class (over 2.9 years)
$2,445 for one day per week
$9,775 for Monday-Thursday

Me2 and/or Moonbeam class (under 2.9 years)
$2,000 for one day per week 
$8,000 for Monday-Thursday

Payment is due in full at the time of registration.

 

 

ELC Release Form 45 Puddingstone Lane
Newton, MA  02459
617-527-0045 x110
ELC First Aid and Emergency Medical Care Consent Form
ELC Registration 2020-2021

Enrollment for Temple Beth Avodah Early Learning Center for the 2020-2021school year is now open for returning students, siblings and Temple Beth Avodah members until November 15, 2019


Our classes for next year will include the following:

Me 2 class - 2 days/week (Tuesday/Thursday) and 3 days/week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) starting at 18 months by 9/1/2020
*Other schedules may be accomodated if requested.

Moonbeam class - ages 2.6-3.11 years by 9/1/2020

Comet class - ages 3.5-4.11 years by 9/1/2020

Pre-kindergarten class - child must be eligible for kindergarten in the fall of 2021. (5 day/week, M-Th until 1pm and Fridays until 12pm)


Final class placement is at the discretion of the ELC Director
  

ELC Lunch, Enrichment, Pizza Lunch & Extended Day Offerings 2019-2020  
K-7 Enrollment Form 2019-2020
2020 Teen Israel Trip Payment #1 Febuary 13-23, 2020. The first payment is due July 1.
Religious School Pizza & Chicken Fingers Lunch 2019-2020
Grade 6 Overnight Retreat 2020  April 28-29, 2020
Grade 6 Overnight Retreat 2019  April 27-28, 2019
February 7, 2020 Simchat Shabbat Enjoy a delicious Shabbat dinner immediately following the 6:00 p.m. Simchat Shabbat Service.  Simchat Shabbat Services are geared toward preschool through Grade 2 children.   

We offer vegetarian options at our Simchat Shabbat meal. The menu consists of chicken and the following vegetarian items: salad, roasted potatoes, vegetable, macaroni and cheese, challah and beverages.  People with dietary restrictions (including those who keep kosher) may bring their own food.  In this event, payment is not necessary but we do request that you email Heidi at hbaker@bethavodah.org so she can staff activities accordingly. Join in on the after dinner schmoozing while the children are entertained by Kate Shoolman.
Application for Memorial Nameplate
In order to have nameplate installed in time for Rosh Hashanah we must receive your application and payment by noon on Thursday, August 15. It takes approximately 6-8 weeks for receipt and installation of a plaque. If you have any questions, please call the Temple office.
 
B'nai Mitzvah Download Link If you would like to retain a copy of your child's service please fill out this form by Monday, 12/9/19.  You will receive a link (by 12/16/19) to download your child's service. Please note your link will be valid for download until 12/31/19. On 1/1/20 your download link will expire and the the stream will no longer be accessible online.
Payment on account balance I would like to make the following payment on my account. 
Grades 4 and 5 Taglit Chugim Requests We will do our best to place your child in their preferred chugim, however, we cannot guarantee that everyone will receive their first choice. All of these chugim are great learning opportunities for all students. 

The choices for the first round of chugim are as follows: 

Mensches on Mats with Kate
Use your body to understand and create T'filah. Students will explore the themes of the prayers and create yoga sequences related to those themes, based on their own interpretations.

Ask and You Shall Receive with Myriam
What questions have you always wanted to ask about Judaism? Students will have the opportunity to seek out the answers to those questions as a class. Bring your curiosity and build your knowledge!

Hiddur Mitzvah: What a Beautiful Mitzvah! with Chelsea
Jewish tradition teaches us that it is a Mitzvah, a commandment, to beautify. How can we beautify our learning space here at TBA? Students will brainstorm and create a beautification project to help make our holy space even more special 
Washington D.C. - L'Taken 2020 All TBA grade 9 students are invited to join us for a memorable weekend in Washington D.C. January 10-13. 
Grades 4 and 5 Taglit Electives Requests - Round 2 We will do our best to place your child in their preferred chugim, however, we cannot guarantee that everyone will receive their first choice. All of these chugim are great learning opportunities for all students. 

Per student request and interest, Chelsea's Hiddur Mitzvah elective will be continuing into this round. Students in that elective should not fill out this form.

The choices for the second round of chugim are as follows: 

Reduce, Reuse, and Make it into Art with Kate
Do you want to reduce your environmental impact and make beautiful works of art at the same time? Join us as we take recycled materials destined to be discarded and turn them into incredible pieces of Judaic art. 

Who are our heroes? with Myriam
Throughout our history, heroes have played a significant role. From the Torah until today, Jewish heroes have been all around us! Learn what makes these people heroes and explore the skills they possess tha tmake them so spectacular. 

TBA Religious School Registration 2019-2020 Welcome to Kindergarten and Grade 1 Please note that this rate is for non-congregants and does not include membership to Temple Beth Avodah.
2019 Brotherhood Overnight Retreat December 7-December USE THIS FORM IF YOU BOOKED THROUGH EXPEDIA OR ARE NOT STAYING OVER
We all go through changes, some quiet and gentle, others fraught with struggle and surprise.  The TBA Brotherhood will gather for our overnight retreat to share some thoughts about our transitions. We will also share our own coping skills and lessons learned along the road about everything from marriage, raising kids, dealing with aging parents, to a job change, and our own aging. We hope you will come to listen, learn, and lend support.
 
If you booked through Expedia or other travel sight, the additional cost for the retreat is $100.  If you are not staying over, the cost for the day is $75. The cost of dinner Saturday night is NOT included.
Women's Kallah 2020/5780 We are thrilled that you will be joining us on February 29 at TBA for the Women's Kallah, A Leap of Strength: Caring for Ourselves and Those We Love.  

Please fill out the required information below.  Rate includes lunch.

It is our intention that all who want to attend are able. If you are in need of financial assistance please do not hesitate to reach out to Temple Director Becky Oliver.

PLEASE NOTE: payment is non-refundable after 2/15.


5780 Women of TBA Retreat January 17-18, 2020
2019 Brotherhood Overnight Retreat December 7-December 8
We all go through changes, some quiet and gentle, others fraught with struggle and surprise.  The TBA Brotherhood will gather for our overnight retreat to share some thoughts about our transitions. We will also share our own coping skills and lessons learned along the road about everything from marriage, raising kids, dealing with aging parents, to a job change, and our own aging. We hope you will come to listen, learn, and lend support.
 
The overnight this year is at Hotel Providence in Providence, RI.  Cost of $250 DOES NOT include the cost of dinner on Saturday night.
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