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Sell Your Chametz Through TI: Deadline April 19

Posted on April 17, 2024

If you would like TI to help sell your chametz, please complete this form complete the form online, or print it out and return to TI, by Friday, April 19. It is customary at this season to donate money, meot chitim, to feed the hungry. The funds we collect are distributed to local Jewish and Continue Reading »

An Update from Jerusalem

Posted on April 15, 2024

Dear Friends, Shavua tov. Like all of you, Abbey and I are watching the situation with Iran’s retaliatory attack on Israel with deep concern. While no one can say what will happen with certainty, here is what I know right now: We had a beautiful and calm Shabbat in Jerusalem, attending two different shuls that Continue Reading »

Trio Sefardi Concert: Jun. 9

Posted on April 8, 2024

TI welcomes Trio Sefardi, a northern-Virginia based ensemble, for a concert in honor of former TI President, Warren Berger, and his years of dedication to the congregation. Click here to read more about Trio Sefardi, purchase tickets and learn more about sponsorship opportunities.

TI Community Seder 5784: April 23

Posted on April 5, 2024

Join us on Tuesday, April 23rd, the second night of Passover, for a Community Seder at 6:30pm at Tikvat Israel. Our seder will contain elements for people of all ages to engage in our annual retelling of our people’s formative story. Pre-seder snacks and schmoozing will begin at 6:30pm, and the seder itself will begin Continue Reading »

Netivot Registration for 2024-25 School Year Now Open

Posted on April 5, 2024

Our religious school, called Netivot, Hebrew for Pathways, aims to develop a community of children and families with the skills, knowledge, and inspiration to be active members of the Jewish community. Our outstanding faculty consists of experienced teachers who have the education and passion for helping Judaism come alive for their students, making our ancient tradition relevant for the lives of Continue Reading »

What’s At Stake: MoCo Bd. of Ed Primary Elections Virtual Event: April 28

Posted on April 5, 2024

Learn how the Montgomery County Board of Education is structured and who are the candidates running in the primary election this year. This program is for information only and will not recommend or endorse any of the candidates running for office. Why these races matter to each of us will be presented at JUFJ’s (Jews Continue Reading »

Registration for Early Childhood Center Now Open

Posted on April 5, 2024

Registration for Tikvat Israel’s Early Childhood Center is now open for summer 2024 and school year 2024-25. Click here to register. For more information, contact Debbie Unger, Director at .

Passover 5784

Posted on April 4, 2024

As we begin preparing for Passover, how good it is to be celebrating together as a community! Below you will find resources to help you prepare for the holiday, as well as our full service schedule. We will also post any updates here, so check back as the Seder approaches.   This year Tikvat Israel will Continue Reading »

2024 Holocaust Commemoration: May 5

Posted on April 4, 2024

The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) will be commemorating the Holocaust with a virtual event. Rabbi Israel will be giving the opening dvar Torah and Cantor Helzner and Manny Helzner will be performing the Partisan Song. Registration is required. Click here to register and to see the full program. 

Rosh Chodesh Learning: May 5

Posted on April 3, 2024

As Jews one of the ways we understand the world and each other is through examining sacred text. We then take what we’ve learned and bring it into our lives through our actions. Together we will look at midrash written by women, discuss the differences (perceived or read) between the feminine and masculine perspectives. And Continue Reading »