Temple Beth Tikvah
196 Durham Road  Madison  CT  06443
Phone: (203) 245-7028   Fax: (203) 318-0398

Office: office@templebethtikvahct.org
Rabbi:
rabbioffner@templebethtikvahct.org 
Cantor:
cantor@templebethtikvahct.org
 

       
       
 

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Welcome to our Website!

Temple Beth Tikvah is a Reform congregation that strives to be a warm and welcoming home for Jewish life. Founded more than 30 years ago, over 300 families and individuals participate in our worship, educational, and social programs. We are conveniently located near I-95, in the heart of the New Haven Old Saybrook shoreline of Connecticut.

We have developed contemporary traditions reflecting our times, and our very special shoreline ambiance. Since TBT would be the only synagogue within the area, its founders envisioned policies, rituals, and practices accommodating the diversity of Jews increasingly populating the shoreline.

TBT serves as the focus of Jewish Community life on the shoreline. We are proud of our extensive programming for Jews in all the stages of life. Our Nursery and Religious Schools enjoy substantial enrollments. Our worship experiences are traditional, creative, and intellectually stimulating. We hope you will consider becoming an active member of our vibrant Jewish community.
 

 

Raise the Roof
.your Shoreline Habitat Connection

 
 
 

New Name Same Mission!
Raise the Roof (formerly Madison Cares) is dedicated to the elimination of poverty housing by providing financial support, volunteer labor and leadership for local, national and global Habitat for Humanity International builds.

Click here for  more information

 

 
 

 


Adult Education
Two-Part Educational Series

This spring there will be a two-part educational program originally by Judith Barr. On Sunday, March 30th at 9:30 am at TBT, Joanne Rudof, Archivist for the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University, will talk about this renowned Video Archive and share testimonials with us.

Click here to read more ....
 

 

 

 

First Night
Monday - April 14

Second Night
Tuesday - April 15

EREV SHABBAT SERVICES

April 4 (7:30 pm)
 Social Justice Shabbat Service

April 11 (7:00 pm)
Family Shabbat Service

April 18  (7:30 pm)
 Religious Activities
 Shabbat Service

April 25 (6:00 pm)
Kabbalat Shabbat
(followed by a dairy
potluck dinner)

Click here to view the Online TBT Calendar

 
 

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