Welcome to Congregation Tikvat Jacob Beth Torah. CTJ has many programs and events to offer - see what's happening below.

Sunday
Jan112015

CTJ 2015 Gala  

Participation preferred, attendance not necessary

Did you get the Gala invite?  Have you sent in your RSVP yet?  We guarantee a GREAT night and hope you are ready to make the most of this evening! Contest for the best no-show gala outfit.  Please send us your Facebook friendly photo of how you spent your gala evening by May 20th. We'll post it and the best photo wins a pair of pajamas for the attendees. Pay $118/adult for your gala tickets here.  Your pets  and children are welcome to the gala too!!

Thursday
Jan152015

Hazak 55+

Tuesday, June 2, 10:30am - note date change

hazak

Our Hazak meeting for May will be postponed to the first Tuesday in June because of the Shavuot holiday in May. 
 
Our program will be presented by John Powers, a writer and director.
He will be doing an adaptation of the O.J. Simpson trial from the original transcript.  The audience will experience it both as an audience and participant, a stimulating and provacative experience.  Afterwards, the group will discuss this trial and Mr. Powers will address all questions.  This will be a new and exciting experience for us all and we hope that any CTJ member wishing to attend will do so.  We will share lunch after the program for $5.00.  

 

 

Monday
Feb022015

Amir Orbach - the Farewell Concert

Wednesday June 3rd at 7:00pm

Come help us see Amir off as he is starting a new chapter in his life. This is a rare opportunity to see Amir revealing a side of him we don't really get to see. And also a chance to say goodbye...

Suggested donation $10/adult.  All proceeds to go to the OEC Religious School.

Donations will be collected at the door

Thursday
Apr022015

CTJ Book Club - All Other Nights by Dana Horn

Monday, June 22, 7:30pm
Member's home

How is tonight different from all other nights? For Jacob Rappaport, a Jewish soldier in the Union Army, it is a question his commanders have answered for him: on Passover, 1862, he is ordered to murder his own uncle, who is plotting to assassinate Abraham Lincoln. After this harrowing mission, Jacob is recruited to pursue another enemy agent—this time not to murder the spy, but to marry her. Based on real historical figures, this novel delivers multi-layered, page-turning storytelling at its best. The Book Club is coed and has a wide variety of readers.  Come once, come every time - whatever your schedule allows.  For more information email Dorit at dorit_kehr@yahoo.com.

 

Tuesday
Apr282015

TikvaTimes April/May/June 2015