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Advises the current board, sits on the executive committee, and is part of the strategic planning for the overall direction of the shul.
Vice President of Programming
The vice president of programming ensures all committees with a portfolio provide programs of value and interest to the members.
Oversees the finances of the synagogue, presents financial statements to the board, members and others when required, and prepares the annual financial budget for approval by the Directors.
Conducts the correspondence of the Congregation, issues notices of meetings of the Congregation and Directors, has custody of all records and documents of the Congregation except those required to be kept by the Treasurer, and is responsible for the administration and employed personnel of the congregation except the Rabbi, in conjunction with the executive committee.
Mark David and Naomi Hazon
The Hebrew School sub-committee helps plan Jewish Holiday events, as well as provide input on programming in consultation with the Principal.
We work together to create meaningful educational opportunities to support the learning of Jewish values, rituals and mitzvot. With the support of our Education Committee, we engage parents and encourage their involvement in their children’s Jewish lives.
Dina Medicoff & Jeanna Gavsie
Youth Programming Chair
The House Chair is responsible for the management, care, maintenance and supervision of the Beth Tikvah property.
Isha L’Isha Chair
An active and vibrant group of women that seek to build relationships and strengthen their Jewish commitment through social and educational programs, from youth to seniors, this group comes together throughout the year to make a difference in people’s lives.
The Ritual Committee oversees all aspects of services at the synagogue, including Shabbatot, B’nei Mitzvah, as well as holiday services and programming. There is a large emphasis on co-ordinating the High Holidays services, Festival services, Shabbat dinners, the community Passover Seder, and the food menu during other holidays, such as Sukkot and Shavuot. The Ritual Committee seeks to improve and refine our services, help the Rabbi with the list of duties assigned to the Gabbayim, as well as train new and existing Torah readers (post-B’nei Mitzvah).