Unless otherwise noted, Shabbat services start at 7:30pm every Friday night, and at 10:00am every Saturday morning.


Torah Study

Weekday Torah Study takes place every Thursday in our Social Hall from 10:30am to 12:30pm. That group started reading at the beginning of the Torah on Thursday, October 8, 2015, and picks up each week where they previously left off, continuing until they (eventually) finish reading the Torah.

18th Annual Milton & Shirley Salasky Presentation in Judaic Studies
The Salasky Lecture will be given during services on Friday night, March 24, by Professor Daniel Schwartz, director of the Judaic Studies Program at George Washington University. The title of his talk is “What Makes a Sacred Place Sacred?”
TBE Founder’s Day
We will celebrate TBE Founder’s Day on Sunday, March 26, from 12-2pm, by conducting a synagogue-wide clean-up day for all members! Plan on bringing a sack lunch or snack and wearing clothes appropriate for a productive day of cleaning and community! We will provide inside cleaning supplies; please bring rakes, brooms, gloves and small gardening tools for outside.
 Williamsburg Homeless Shelter Director Speaking at Services
On Friday night March 31, Ashley Willis, Executive Director of the Community of Faith Homeless Shelter Program, will speak during Shabbat services, starting at 7:30pm. TBE has participated in the COF program for the last several years; Ashley will be telling us more about the program, its role in the community, and how we as a congregation can be more involved with the program.
TBE Yom HaShoah Program
TBE will observe Yom HaShoah with a program of dramatic readings during services on Friday night, April 28. The ‘TBE Players,’ led by Bob and Chellie Booth, will soon be holding auditions for members interested in participating. See the side bar for audition dates and times.  Please contact Bob or Chellie Booth for more information.

Shabbat Kulanu
‘Shabbat For All Of Us’ – is TBE’s family-oriented service, featuring guitar playing by Rich Roston, and pizza dinner for all after the service. The next Shabbat Kulanu service starts at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 3rd.