Temple Beth Torah,


  • Bring your menorahs and candles to join in a special Chanukah celebration  at Temple Beth Torah on Friday, December 23, the first night of Chanukah.

    The celebration begins at 7:00 PM. Dan Gordon, the rabbi will lead a special Shabbat service that will include the telling of the Chanukah story. The prayers for the first night of Chanukah will be recited, followed by a community lighting of menorahs. It is a breath-taking site to see so many menorahs with candles aglow.


  • While the focal point of the holiday season is Christmas celebrating the birth of Christ, the season of lights, and Jesus's biggest fan, St. Nicholas, there is another festival that also celebrates light, the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.


  • Temple Beth Torah's Shabbat evening service on Friday, April 29, at 7:15 p.m. will pay tribute to those who perished in the Holocaust and honor the survivors with a Holocaust Memorial Service . Rabbi Dan Gordon will lead a special service accompanied by cantorial soloist Anita Bonanno and pianist Dr. Jane Perkyns. Temple Beth Torah's own Jeanne Mandell and Shawna Kullman will be offering additional musical selections.

    We're honored to welcome guest speaker Naomi Warren, who survived three different concentration camps before being liberated by British troops and eventually immigrating to the United States. Mrs. Warren grew up in Wolkowysk, Poland, and was preparing to begin University studies in England when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939.


  • The Jewish celebration of Passover offers the opportunity for some of the most dramatic stories of the Bible, as well as folklore connected to this popular holiday.  The week before Passover this year, Rabbi Dan Gordon of Humble's Temple Beth Torah will be presenting holiday tales at three local libraries.  Monday, March 18 will include an afternoon program in Kingwood and an evening program in Atascocita, followed by a Tuesday morning presentation in Humble on March 19.


  • Temple Beth Torah will celebrate the holiday of Passover with a seder, the traditional festival meal, on Monday, April 18, 2011. The community seder will be led by Rabbi Dan Gordon, of Temple Beth Torah.

    Seder is a word that means "order," and there are several rituals throughout the evening to help teach the story of the Exodus from Egypt. Gordon will tell the story of Passover using the traditional book called the Haggadah, enhancing the rituals with a variety of stories and teachings. It is an evening filled with fun and learning for all ages.


  • Temple Beth Torah in Humble is inviting the entire community to a fun-filled Open House  on Sunday, August 26thfrom 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. Award-winning musician and singer Rachel Buchman will lead us on a journey through the year in music. Ms. Buchman, a native New Yorker who specializes in Jewish holiday music, has taken her magical guitar and spirited talents all over the United States and abroad.  Whether you're young or old (or somewhere in between), you'll enjoy her energetic performance.


  • Temple Beth Torah of Humble, Texas, will be hosting a special dinner and concert on Saturday, January 24, beginning at 6:00 P.M.  California musician, songwriter and storyteller Saul Kaye has become a pioneer in a new genre of music:  Jewish Blues! 


  • For the fourth consecutive year, Temple Beth Torah (TBT) is receiving an award designating it as a "Community of Respect tm ."  This is an award given annually by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to organizations that strive to share learning in respectful ways. 

    Temple Beth Torah is receiving this award for participation and leadership in interfaith programming.  Several activities throughout the year qualified TBT for this award.  Three different Methodist church groups of confirmation students attended the temple's Friday night Shabbat services, welcomed by the temple members, enjoying special services that helped teach about Judaism and Jewish worship.