Located in Seattle’s North End,
we are a Reform synagogue committed to helping Jews and their loved ones build a joyful, spiritual, caring, and egalitarian community.
TBA welcomes the entire spectrum of our Jewish community: people of all ages, races, and abilities; interfaith families; and people who are single, partnered, straight, gay, lesbian, and transgender. As a vibrant center of learning, we enable each member to reflect the holy. We stand together in times of need and work together to bring about tikkun olam, healing of the world.
Brought to you by the youth groups of Temple Beth Am, Temple B’nai Torah, and Temple DeHirsch Sinai, this event includes:
Cost is $30/person and covers all food, program supplies, transportation, ice skating, staffing, and fees. Go here for more info and to register. Limited to only 100 teens!
One in 40 Ashkenazi Jews carries a gene mutation, nearly 10 times the rate of the general population, that makes Jewish families significantly more susceptible to hereditary ovarian and breast cancer.
Renowned medical oncologist and clinical researcher Dr. Saul Rivkin will discuss important info that all women and the people who love them should know, regarding hereditary and genetic risk of cancer and early detection screening.
Toddlers and preschoolers, bring your favorite grown-up to TBA every Thursday morning for Jewish songs and stories with Betsy Dischel from PJ Library.
Go here to learn more about the PJ Library.
Every December TBA hosts homeless families who need a cozy place out of the cold. This year Mary's Place will be staying with us December 24 - 31.
We need volunteers to help with dinners, driving and overnights!
Back by popular demand, this new six-part series expands on last season’s popular multi-media lectures, and are again presented by Dr. Theodore Deacon: musicologist, lecturer, opera critic, composer, and producer.
This month he will present on the 1950 Broadway team of Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, who produced only three works for the stage, but two of them became instant genre-changing classics: The Pajama Game and Damn Yankees.
Go here for more info about this month's presentation.
We are renting out the Mountlake Terrace Pool for the afternoon, and all TBA families are invited! The pool is usually $13 to $15 a person, so this is a great deal for two hours of water fun.
Go here for all of the details and to register!