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Temple Beth Abraham

Welcome to Temple Beth Abraham


We are a congregation serving Jewish families throughout Southern New Hampshire and the nearby areas of Massachusetts. Our members come from all over the country and the world, from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families to our community.

Our President

Reflect for the Future

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a time to reflect on the past and look toward the future, and honey has long played a significant role in the holiday, symbolizing the hope for a sweet year ahead.

Stump your kosher friends with the fact that honey is the only kosher food that comes from a non-kosher animal. The reason for this? The bee is concentrating flower nectar into honey for the hive—honey is not a product of the bee’s body.

To help realize the goal of a sweet new year, in addition to honey, we have established a Strategic Planning Committee comprised of long-time members, relative newcomers, and the Rabbi, Judy, and Heidi to understand what our synagogue can do to address the goals of increasing membership, serve the needs of our existing and future members, and move forward so we do not fall
behind.

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Holocaust Memorial

TBA donates bench to Holocaust Memorial

Many of us attended the New Hampshire Holocaust Memorial dedication ceremony on June 1.

The Memorial was conceived and spearheaded by Fred Teeboom, a well-known Nashua ex-alderman who survived the Holocaust as a hidden child in the Netherlands.

Virtually single-handedly, he raised the $150,000 needed to construct the Memorial, which is the first of its kind in New Hampshire, and which will soon be turned over to the city.

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Sisterhood

 

Let Sisterhood help Sweeten your New Year; order community Shanah Tovah cards, register for babysitting, order challah, honey, and Rosh Hashana cards. Click here for ordering details

 

Rabbi Jon

A Synagogue for You

Pretty frequently, I get a call or a note from someone who has not been part of a synagogue since childhood, or ever.

Sometimes they tell me:  I am not religious.  Or, I don't believe in G-d.  Or, even though I haven't been to synagogue in decades, my Jewish heritage has always been important to me.

And the question they ask is:  Is there a place for me in your synagogue?

My answer is always:

Yes, absolutely!

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German-Jewish Relations

Speaker: Rolf Schuette

German Consul General for the New England States and Boston

September 17
7:30 - 9:00 PM

This event is free and open to the public. Click here for detailed flyer.

Mon, 1 September 2014 6 Elul 5774