115 Evesboro-Medford Road
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: 856-983-8090
Email: office@btikvah.org

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Our community is always open! Multi-Access Shabbat and Morning Minyan services began in August.
Registration is required. For details, see our calendar of events or contact us.
We are preparing for in-person programming to begin soon. In the meantime, the best way to stay up to date with our calendar of virtual events is to join our email list. Please CLICK HERE to request to be added to that list. You can also find us on FACEBOOK.
Stay vigilant. Stay safe. Stay connected. We look forward to seeing you soon!

High Holidays

Shana tova! All of us at Congregation Beth Tikvah hope that 5782 brings health and happiness to you and your family.

We look forward to “seeing you” as our multi-access High Holiday services this September. Though different this year, we hope you will find our holiday services enjoyable and meaningful. In addition to services, we have put together other ways to connect with one another both virtually and in-person.

While we are only welcoming members (at limited capacities) into our sanctuary for High Holiday services at this time, family guests and non-members are welcome to join us virtually – and you need not even be local!

E-tickets are available for purchase, some offerings are free of charge , but advanced registration is necessary. College students are welcome to join us at no cost, but again advanced registration is necessary.

CLICK HERE to purchase Non-Member E-Tickets (for virtual access).

CLICK HERE to purchase Family Guest E-Tickets (for virtual access).

Please contact administrator@btikvah.org if you have any questions.

There is one opportunity for non-members and family guests (as well as members of course) to join us in person! See below.

Tashlich, Shofar Blowing, and Tot Service at JCC Camps at Medford   Tuesday,  September 7 at 2pm

Free, open to the community, and open to all ages, join us for an interactive program lasting one hour. Together, we will blow shofar in person (bring yours!), do Tashlich at the lake, and have a tot story time.