Beth Tikvah was founded in 1996, to meet the needs of the growing
population in Westborough and the surrounding towns that desired a
modern, progressive path to Judaism with a family feel.
Our goal is to enrich Jewish life by providing for education,
ritual,social growth, and community service, in a warm, welcoming
atmosphere for all.
Rabbi Michael Swarttz is our spiritual leader. Cindy Avergon is our
Educational Coordinator. We have a regular schedule of services and all
members of the community are invited to attend!
Join us for our community Purim celebration on Sunday, March 16, 2014. The fun begins at 9 AM. For more information click here.
Beth Tikvah Synagogue is holding its annual Trivia Night
fundraiser on Saturday, March 22, 2014; doors open at 6:30 PM for shmoozing and the silent auction. The game begins
about an hour later. Stump Trivia, the nation's second largest trivia company, will be running the game. Click here for more information and here for the registration form.
If you are interested in information on becoming a Beth Tikvah member, please click here.
This is an exciting time for Beth Tikvah Synagogue, and we hope that you will help us to sustain and build on our recent successes that help provide an important spirit of Jewish community and continuity in MetroWest.
Membership dues and High Holy Day seat income only cover a small part of our operating costs. In order to maintain the Synagogue, we rely on the contributions and support of our members and friends. Contributions may be made by using the button icon on the header of this page.All contributions are appreciated, and we work hard to deserve your continuing support. We thank you in advance for your consideration and support!
for a downloadable school calendar. Note - this calendar has been updated to include the Judaism 101 and Yad b'Yad dates. There are also changes to the religious school schedule.
|3/16/2014||Religious Services||Megillah Reading and Purim Celebration||The festivities begin with the Megillah reading
at 9 AM and our costume parade! |
|3/16/2014||Family Programs||Purim Celebration||The festivities begin with the Megillah reading at 9 AM and our costume parade! After the Megillah reading there will be a variety of fun activities for children of all ages and their families. The morning will conclude with a puppet show. Do you have an old family recipe for hamentashen? How about a unique creative hamentashen? We are holding a hamentashen bake-off that morning. Entrants are requested to bring 3 dozen of their hamentashen and the recipe for our upcoming Beth Tikvah Holiday Cookbook. The only limitations are that hamentashen must be dairy or pareve, and they must be nut free. Please email EJ Dotts if you would like to enter the bake-off. |
|3/22/2014||Fundraising Programs||Trivia Night ||Doors open at 6:30 PM. The silent auction closes when the game begins at 7:30 PM. Start forming your teams now!!|
|3/28/2014||Religious Services||Friday Night Service||Service begins at 7:30 PM. The third grade students will help lead the service and receive their siddurim.|
|4/5/2014||Religious Services|| Shabbat Service||Service begins at 9:30 AM. The fourth grade will help lead the service.|
|4/21/2014||Religious Services|| Yizkor Service||Yizkor service at 6PM|
|5/3/2014||Religious Services||Shabbat Service||Service begins at 9:30 AM. Aiden Choate Bar Mitzvah|
Usher: Jody Fredman
Kiddush Family: Marmor Family
Kiddush Family: Fredman Family
|5/16/2014||Religious Services||Potluck Dinner and Family Service||Dinner begins at 6pm|
Service begins at 7pm
Student service participation recognition.
Usher: EJ Dotts
Kiddush Family: Farizon Family
|5/17/2014||Fundraising Programs||Wine Tasting Antique Roadshow||Hold the Date! More info to follow!|
|5/31/2014||Religious Services||Shabbat Service||Service begins at 9:30 AM. |
Honor all high school and college graduates.
Usher: Michael Smith