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Temple Beth Or Reno

Rating: 4.5 stars   2 reviews 758

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NV 89512 USA


We do not aspire to just to learn about G-d - it's to experience G-d through Jewish practice and text study. Our mission is to inspire Jewish practice among participants who are Jewish or those considering becoming a Jew by Choice. We recognize diverse personal philosophies, practices and needs while working towards the growth of our Jewish community.


Classes – Talmud, j101, Baal Shem Tov, 3 Elko Shabbatons. Book Discussion – TS and TEE Speaker Event – Stand With Us Global Day of J Learning (Nov)– partner with TS and TEE Promote interfaith relationships (Food Pantry – Muslim, NTHI) Team Leader for Chevre Kaddisha for Women Annual Training for Chevre members Pastoral Counseling and Misc. Referral and Questions Innovations – Progressive Mezzuzah Party – Thanksgiving, movies for community at UNR, HHD instruments like harp, saz and oud. Minister to sick, dying, hospital and hospice visits – weekly Life Cycle: Bris-2, Bnei Mitzvah-4, Weddings-7, Funerals-10

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Jews in northern Nevada/California

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Shabbat and Holiday services, Talmud class, Bnei Mitzvah, Judaism 101 class, much more this fall.

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Rating: 4 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Rabbi Beyer encourages her congregation to learn and thus to practice Judaism in their lives as a product of their learning. Thus from learning comes observance with kavanah. She is also doing a great job of pulling the great Reno-Tahoe area together as one greater Jewish community rather than being members of diverse congregations.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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I have been affiliated with TBOR for about a year. This is a wonderful, warm, welcoming group with a lot to offer. Rosh Hashonah services were interesting, musical, and inspiring.

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