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APRIL 2023

Please join us in the Social Hall for a delicious breakfast, an engaging Torah study at 10am,
and a musical Shabbat service in the Sanctuary at 11am! This service will be in-person and will not be streamed. 


Registration is currently open to everyone. Space is limited and registration is required. 
$48 per adult (14 & up) - $18 per child (ages 2 to 13)

Join us for a joyous and engaging Passover Seder with your TBE community! As we tell the story of Passover, we will enjoy music, dinner and of course a search for the Afikomen! Our annual Second Night Seder will be catered by Brotherhood's Boyz in the Hood. Be sure to secure your space early! 

Join us on the first Friday of each month for our Shabbat Yeladim (Children's Shabbat). This joyful, youthful service will have blessings, songs and prayers led by our TBE kids & teens from the Mishkan T'filah for Youth.
Everyone is encouraged to attend!

Our pre-neg will offer Kosher for Passover snacks

In April we will have a Family Educational Program by the Sensory Studio of Pinellas after service. 

This laid back brief service in the park led by Rabbi Mangold is the perfect opportunity to invite a friend! After service, walk over and explore St. Pete's Saturday Morning Market at your leisure with family, friends and fellow congregants!

No registration necessary.

April's Topic: "Living in the Face of Death and Creating an Ethical Will"

Participants joining this session are highly encouraged to read the commentary for this topic before you arrive.
Please CLICK HERE to access the commentary recommended.

Join us to conclude the celebration of Passover with a 7th Day Festival Morning Service that includes Yizkor. This special addition provides solace and comfort to those who have lost loved ones in recent weeks, the entirety of the past year since last Pesach, as well as in years gone by. 

Registration is needed by April 7. The first 75 to register will receive pizza and the first drink of their choice on us!
Click the image above to register.

Break bread to end Passover with your fellow TBE community at our annual Bring Back Chametz at Cage Brewing! Pizza and first drink of choice will be provided for those who RSVP and sodas, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.

RSVP to to attend either the 2pm at a private home location or the 6pm at TBE.

This group defines itself as a sacred circle of women, connecting with each other, while exploring our past, and present experiences and beliefs in a non-judgmental, loving and excepting environment. Topics will include Judaism, women's issues, holidays, and the Torah. If interested, contact Myrna for more information at

Registration is required for all projects. Click the image above to register and click below for project details.

Mitzvah Day, started by Harvey & Betty Morgenstein, is an annual opportunity to continue our commitment to tikkun olam, repairing the world. This year’s projects will include creating blessing bags for those in need, visiting residents of Menorah Life, organizing clothing at Clothes for Kids and much more!

We will start the day together at TBE with Rabbi Jenn Mangold and Dan Berman, as we present our Raida Goldman Heart of Mitzvot Award before heading into the projects. For a list of project, details and to register, go to

We will also have a blood drive by One Blood simultaneously starting at 8:30am to noon. To donate blood, you must be at least 16 years old, weigh 110+ pounds, and be generally in good health. The process will take about 35-45 minutes per donor, but the action donation takes about 10-15 minutes. A free health screening will also be offered which includes your blood pressure, pulse rate, iron levels, cholesterol levels, blood typing and several infectious disease screenings. In addition, there are health benefits to donating blood regularly, including lowering cholesterol levels and reducing the risk of heart disease. Donors will also be given a wonderful gift! 

The imperative to pursue justice, answers to the questions of why we do it and how we can do our part, permeate the Torah. Join Rabbi Jenn Mangold and Emeritus Rabbi Michael Torop as they alternate on a fortnightly study of that week’s Torah portion through the lens of of social justice. Using the Reform Movement’s most recent publication, The Social Justice Torah Commentary, as a jumping off point, our encounter of ancient texts will be exceedingly relevant to injustices of our 21st century world.

April 20 - Tazria-Metzora
Pg. 159 - "Facing Mortality in Childbirth" By Maharat Rori Picker Neiss

IMPORTANT: Purchase of the book is strongly encouraged and recommended for the courses.
Purchase The Social Justice Torah Commentary by Rabbi Barry H. Block HERE.

A Shabbat experience with Barbara Mazer & the jammin' jews that is spiritual, holy, inspiring, and at the same time, fun! 

Services will be streamed on our Livestream webpage, Facebook & YouTube channel

April 21
May 19
October 20

Join us for a pre-neg at 5:30pm followed by FNL at 6pm. 

Registration only needed for those who want to participate in the Talent Show. Attendees do not need to register.

Who's ready for a Talent Show? Our friends from TBE & CBI will entertain us with their musical, theatrical, and artistic talents, just to name a few! We can't wait to join together for a joyous evening of friendship and entertainment! If you are interested in performing and sharing your talent, please register by March 31.


This small group is open to anyone!
No registration necessary for in-person meetings!

Set in the mountains of southern Appalachia, this is a story of boy born to a teenaged single mother in a single-wide trailer, with no assets beyond his dead father's good looks and copper-colored hair, a caustic wit, and a fierce talent for survival. Relayed in his own unsparing voice, Demon braves the modern perils of foster care, child labor, derelict schools, athletic success, addiction, disastrous loves, and crushing losses.

Join us in the Sanctuary.

The last Friday night Shabbat service of each month will begin at 7:30pm following a 7pm pre-neg where we will schmooze and enjoy some tasty treats together. All other Friday night services will start at 6pm following our 5:30pm pre-neg.

RSVP by April 21 to or Limited space available.

Come celebrate Havdalah in the Home! Havdalah is a Hebrew word that means "separation" and is the ritual that ends Shabbat, separating it from the start of the new week. Bring a dairy or vegetarian dish and join friends for a lovely, relaxed end of Shabbat on April 29 with hosts Stefani Margolis and Michael Krassner, led by Rabbi Mangold.

Fri, March 31 2023 9 Nisan 5783