196 Durham Road     ·     Madison, CT 06443     ·     (203) 245-7028

Your Jewish Home on the Shoreline

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Temple Beth Tikvah is a Reform Jewish congregation with a commitment to inclusion, diversity, inspiring worship, youth and adult education, and meaningful social justice activities. Established in 1977, we are conveniently located near I-95, in the heart of the New Haven – Old Saybrook shoreline of Connecticut.

TBT serves as the focus of Jewish community life on the shoreline. We are proud of our extensive programming for Jews of many backgrounds and at all the stages of life. We hope you will consider becoming an active participant in our vibrant Jewish community.


December Shabbat Services:
Friday, December 2, 6:00 pm: Greet Shabbat with Wine & Cheese

Friday, December 9, 7:15 pm: Shabbat Services

Friday, December 16, 7:15 pm: Shabbat Service, Visual T'filah

Friday, December 23, 7:15 pm: Shabbat Service

Friday December 30, 7:15 pm: Chanukah Shabbat Service


*Every first Friday is a 6 PM Service.
All other Friday services begin at 7:15 PM.
Our services are open to all who wish to worship with us.

Torah Study every Saturday morning at 9 AM. Click here for details.

Religious SChool Tefillah 1
Confirmation 2015
Torah Study 2013
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Upcoming Events

The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven is offering an Israeli Cooking Series at the Shoreline Office in Guilford. Click here for information.

Chanukah begins at Sunset on Saturday December 24, 2016.
Click here to learn the Blessings for Lighting the Menorah.
Click here to see how to place the candles in the Menorah and in which direction to light the candles.

Our annual Chanukah Shabbat is on Friday December 30 at 7:15 pm. Bring your Chanukiah (menorah), share a nosh and let's illuminate the world with our celebration!

January is The Jewish Experience on Film Month at TBT. Schedule here. Thank you to the Gamerman's for curating and hosting!

Read the Rabbi's High Holiday Sermon's Here:
          Erev Rosh Hashanah, "Commanded to Hope"
          Rosh Hashanah Morning, "The Art of Civility"
          Kol Nidre, "The Sin of Certainty"
          Yom Kippur, "Opening Doors"

Read Our President's High Holiday Speeches Here:
          Erev Rosh Hashanah, "Rosh Hashanah 5777"
          Kol Nidre, "Yom Kippur 5777"

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