196 Durham Road · Madison, CT 06443 · (203) 245-7028
Your Jewish Home on the Shoreline
Thank you to everyone who made our Fortieth Celebrations a success!
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 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 to welcome Jews of many backgrounds and at all the stages of life. We hope you will consider participating in our vibrant Jewish community.
Shabbat Services ~ November 2017
Friday, November 3 at 6:00 PM - Greet Shabbat with Wine & Cheese
Friday, November 10 at 7:15 PM - Shabbat Services & Birthday Blessings
Friday, November 17 at 7:15 PM - Shabbat Services Scholar in Residence Weekend! - Rabbi Deborah Zecher will join Rabbi Offner and Cantor Margolius on our bimah
Friday, November 24 at 6 PM - a 6 PM Shabbat Service in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Join us for a "Wine & Cheese" pre-neg followed by an early Shabbat service!
Our services are open to all who wish to worship with us.
Services begin at 7:15 PM each Friday night except the First Friday of the Month.
First Friday services begin at 6 PM.
(Some holiday week services - inlcuiding Thanksgiving week and New Year's week will also begin at 6 PM. Check the schedule to be sure!)
Torah Study every Saturday morning at 9 AM. Click here for details.
We wish you and your loved ones a very sweet New Year!
High Holiday Sermons
Read the Rabbi's High Holiday Sermons Here:
Erev Rosh Hashanah, Kavanot: Speaking Up, Putting on Shoes and Pouring Tea
Rosh Hashanah Morning, Thou Shalt Not Remain Indifferent
Kol Nidre, A Bucket List for the Soul
Yom Kippur, Pote’ach et Yadecha: Open Your Hand
Read Our President's High Holiday Speech Here:
Kol Nidre, TBT PRESIDENT’S HIGH HOLIDAY SPEECH 5778, Jeffrey Babbin
Read the Sermonette by Harry Schanzer, Yom Kippur Morning, here