MISSION: Our mission is to inspire Jewish practice among participants who are Jewish or those considering becoming a Jew by Choice. Our goal is to inspire individual and community growth. To achieve this, we engage G-d through Limud (learning), Tefilah (prayer), Tzedek (social justice), and participating in Kehillah HaKadosh (holy community). Our name, which means House of Light, presents our focus - which is to be a light.
Our prayerbook is the Reform Mishkan Tefillah. We have a dairy potluck on the first Friday evening of the month. We also meet
for Chagim (holidays) and weekly study of Torah and weekly study for our Judaism 101 class. During High Holydays, we use a Renewal Machzor.
We do not aspire to just to learn about G-d, it's to experience G-d through Jewish practice and text study. Let us know if you
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HISTORY: Temple Beth Or was incorporated in June 2009 by a small group who held a vision to create a new, vibrant Jewish congregation in Reno. Prior to TBOR's birth, a group called Ma'ayanot (Wellsprings) met for healing services for nearly two years at Temple Emanu-El or Temple Sinai.
Beginning in 2009, our birthing process was swift and encouraging. In our first and second annual High Holiday services, we met at University of Nevada, Reno. For our third and fourth annual High Holidays, we met at our Paradise Park. For our fifth High Holidays, we were at UNR again. We dedicated our own building October 10, 2013. In 2016, we had our first High Holydays in our own building.
If you would like to donate, call 775-322-5542, send your check to Temple Beth Or, 1150 Selmi Drive, Suite 502, Reno, NV 89512 or use PayPal.
Our Wonderful Board
President: Dr. Tom Beyer, DC email@example.com
Treasure and Secretary: Barbabara Ries firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member: Serina
Michael Weinzweig email@example.com
Steven Weidman firstname.lastname@example.org
Ombudsman: Don Kurzman email@example.com
PARTNERS: Jewish Community of Elko County http://www.jcec.us
Temple Beth Or
1150 Selmi Drive
Reno, NV 89512
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