Tikkun Olam Opportunities – Volunteers Needed

Our next date for staffing the HUB (food distribution center) at Pathways of Hope is this Wednesday, August 15, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. We still need ONE volunteer! Tasks involve sorting donations, welcoming guests, and helping guests with their shopping. If you can help, please let us know by clicking here.

TIKKUN OLAM needs your help this Sunday, August 19th at the TBT youth lounge starting at 10:30 AM. You will be helping us empty, crush and bag cans and bottles for recycling to secure Tzedakah money for those in need at TBT. Temple Beth Tikvah volunteers do this every third Sunday of the month.  Please be sure there is no trash/liquid inside the recyclables & please double-check that  the items are marked with a CA Redemption Value. Please contact Gary Gruber (garygruber@sbcglobal.net) or call him at 714-319-0030 or call the Temple office to volunteer. Thank you for your anticipated participation.







Join our Mitzvah Corps!

  • Food Distribution
  • Volunteer Professional Services
  • Tutoring/Story Reading
  • Collect & Prepare Food
  • Room Turnover
 Repairing the world begins in our own community.
For information on joining us please contact the Temple office or Gary Gruber at 714-319-0030 or at garygruber@sbcglobal.net.



Simchas and Tsuris – Babies, Bar Mitzvahs and Get Well Wishes

Get well to Louise Goodfriend, who is recovering from knee replacement surgery.

For Sisterhood Tributes please contact Lou Ann Taback (louanntaback@gmail.com) or 714/871-2365.

For TBT Tributes please contact the TBT office (714/871-3535) or info@tbtoc.org.
Please remember TBT in your will, estate plan, or by beneficiary designation.
Join our LEGACY CIRCLE by contacting the Temple office

SHOF’TIM, DEUTERONOMY 16:18–21:9. On Judges, Kings, Priests, and Prophets: Is the Jewish-Leadership Status Quo Sufficient

On Saturday, February 25th, drop off the kids from 4-8PM for a fun evening of dinner, crafts, a movie and havdallah services. Go on a date, or join us for some special Wine Time.

Upcoming NFTY Teen Event

New SoCal Teen Event (Gr. 9-12)
New Year’s On the Bay – Saturday, September 8 7-10 p.m.
Long Beach Harbor, Alamitos Bay-Long Beach
Cruise into 5779 at a floating dance party! Join your friends from around Southern California to celebrate Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year – with this one-night only teen event.
  • Delicious Snacks
  • Music
  • DJ
  • Dancing
  • Refreshments
  • Spectacular views of Alamitos Bay
  • Havdalah
Dress Code: Semi-Formal Fun – A dress or shirt and nice pants are suggested! Extra points for fun ties, bright colors or light up clothing! Please do not wear high heels – the boat rocks and rolls, making it hard to balance on them!
Early Bird: $75 – Register by August 12, 2018
Regular: $95 – Register by September 1, 2018
This event is open to any Southern California Jewish teen in grades 9 to 12.
  • Registration will be accepted after September 1, 2018 on a space-available basis.
  • Teens are expected to participate in the entire event. Fees are set at a full package rate and unfortunately we cannot prorate registration.