A House of Worship That Feels Like Home

Warm and welcoming, Temple Tikvah is a spiritual home for families, singles, seniors, interfaith and same-sex couples, and children of all ages from Nassau and Queens. There’s something for everyone who becomes part of our Temple Tikvah family.

Our worship style is eclectic and inclusive. Shabbat evening services infuse the joy of welcoming the Sabbath, and music is an integral part of our worship experience. All Hebrew selections are transliterated, so everyone can participate. Our families enjoy Temple Tikvah’s Tot Shabbat, junior congregation, and family services.

Temple Tikvah fosters enriching learning experiences for children and adults. The goal of Temple Tikvah’s Religious School is to create positive Jewish memories that students and parents cherish for life. We provide a Jewish experience for all children, including differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all learners. We also offer a wide range of adult education programs.

With our commitment to tikkun olam, repairing the world, our Social Action Committee is a very active, integral part of the Temple Tikvah community. Our Caring Community Committee reaches out to new members and those who are ill or going through challenging times.

 

High Holidays 2018 / 5779


Click here for our High Holy Day Worship Schedule

For more information on our High Holy Day Services, contact the Temple Office at office@templetikvah.org

Religious School Registration Is Happening Now! 
Friendly, Inclusive, Learning Environment
with a Special Needs Program!

K- 2 Program Welcomes Non Temple- Members
School Starts Sunday, September 9th. 

Contact Sharon Fricano for more information

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

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Selichot: A Spiritual Warm-Up for the High Holy Days

Selichot: A Spiritual Warm-Up for the High Holy Days ...

Election Days are Jewish Holidays

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Israel: There Must Be Another Way

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