T’rumah: Even more than the Star of David, the menorah is the symbol that has long been synonymous with the Jewish people. It is the central image in the official seal of the State of Israel. Shabbat, February 17, 2018

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.

TBT Tikkun Olam – Thanks for Volunteering!

Bottles & Cans
TIKKUN OLAM needs your help this Sunday, February 18, at the TBT youth lounge starting at 10:30 A.M. 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.
TIKKUN OLAM would also like to thank the following for volunteering this past Sunday to help with the Mitzvah Meals project: Sue Rosen, Jacqueline Fogel, Linda Nelson, Anthony Cipriano, Bill & Judy Robins, Felix Livits & Gary Gruber.


Join our Mitzah Corps!

Temple Beth Tikvah and Pathways of Hope:
Temple Beth Tikvah and Pathways of Hope have begun a new partnership to create exciting opportunities to engage in true “Tikkun Olam”.
Temple Beth Tikvah and Pathways of Hope:
Food Distribution Center: Wednesday, December 13th, 1:00-4:00 p.m.  We need 4 volunteers. Sign up HERE.
Contact the Temple office to volunteer:
  • 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.



TBT Youth Events

Each of our classes celebrates Shabbat together with their families during our school year. Mark your calendar so you don’t miss a single Shabbat dinner (5:30 p.m.)!

February 2 : Tu B’Shvat Fondue and Family Service
February 3: Teen Lunch and Learn

February 10: Young Family Shabbat

February 16 – Tot Shabbat and Grade 4/5 Dinner

February 18 – Camelot Youth Outing

February 24 – Pajama Havdalah and Parents Night Out – Purim Theme. Chavaya B’Erev.


Simchas and Tsuris – In our Community

Mazel Tov! 
 Michael Bell for being named TBT’s 2018 Man of the Year!
 Get Well 
Get well wishes go to Mel Wasserman. 
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.


Did you know – you can send a Sisterhood Tribute for as little as $4? Better yet, buy a pack of 10 for $36 and just let Sisterhood know you’d like to send one throughout the year.

For Tributes, Contact Sisterhood. Please contact Lou Ann Taback (lataback@yahoo.com).