The world is sustained by three things -- by Torah, by service, and by acts of
~ Pirkei Avot
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Pray as if everything depended on God; act as if everything depended on you. ~ Gates of Prayer

Why volunteer? Volunteer because it takes YOU to make a difference. Volunteer because you want to be part of a community of like-minded people. Volunteer because you want to be part of the solution and not the problem. Volunteer because you have a gift to share. Volunteer because…you fill in the blank!

We have so many opportunities to volunteer. Our Sisterhood and Men's Club support events at and enhance the experience of community at TBO. There are numerous committees – listed below - that welcome another pair of hands and another point of view. And, of course, there is our famous Jewish Food Festival, which “takes a village” to make it the memorable community event it has become. 

Volunteer - to offer oneself for some service or undertaking

Temple Beth Or Committees and Chairs

Adult Education - Harriette Dorosin
Archives Committee - Louisa Weinrib
Arts & Decorations - Lisa Weil
Caring Committee - Mae Cohen
Cemetery - Pete Hitchcock
Facilities - Steve Wallace
Hospitality - Lynne Ginsburg
Long Range Planning - Scott Harris
Membership - Steve Clein, Alison Williamson
Men's Club Presidents - Pete Hitchcock
Religion School - Jeff McKinney
Ritual - Diane Weil
Sisterhood President - Susan Finkelstein
Social Concerns - Pam Hitchcock
Youth & Scholarship - Jim Levy