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Wherever Jewish people have lived, they have built synagogues, established organizations, and created systems to meet the universal need for community.

TBS is no exception, and whatever activities you enjoy - from Torah study to veggie gardening, or whether you are an empty-nester or have children ready to start attending Tot Shabbat - there is a place for you in this community. 



Torah Tails: Exploring the Relationship Between Animals, Judaism, and Humanity
The next Family Retreat will be April 19-21, 2024. Our hope is that as many Jewish families as possible with children in grades K-7 will join us for a weekend of family bonding and community connection at beautiful Camp N-Sid-Sen.

Embark on a journey of discovery and connection with nature at our Torah Tail Family Shabbat Retreat! Delve into the teachings of the Torah on compassion and stewardship towards animals while enjoying a fun-filled family getaway. See the flier here.

Registering for the retreat is two simple steps!

Step 1. Complete this registration form and email it to or drop it off at the office.

Step 2. Make your payment - you can pay online, drop off a check, or pay with the QR code below:

You will receive a confirmation email with a packing list. We are excited to see you there!


Experience the Elements Family Retreat

The first family retreat was in April 2023. The theme was "Experience the Elements”, and it was an overwhelming success! Families enjoyed outdoor activities, Jewish learning for all ages, and delicious community meals. You can see pictures from the retreat here. 


Retreats for Jewish Families

TBS is the recipient of a 3-year grant to fund offsite family retreats from the Samis Foundation. TBS is an open and welcoming community, ALL Jewish families with children in grades K-7 are invited to join us for a weekend of family bonding and community connection.



It's Time to Order Bulbs and Support the Worldwide Daffodil Project

Commemorating the 1.5 million children lost in the Holocaust, this project has been generously sponsored by Floyd Geller, taken on by Asher Reynolds for his Bar Mitzvah project (check out Asher's PowerPoint here), and coordinated by a committee headed by Victoria Harris.  You can read more about the Daffodil Project and how to order your bulbs by clicking here


Meet with other moms and dads, and bring your kids along. You’ll get to know each other and discuss the joys and challenges of Jewish parenting, while kids play and get to know the synagogue. Each JVillage meeting includes a playful parents’ and kids’ activity, followed by a discussion among the adults on some aspect of the joys and challenges of Jewish parenting, while kids’ playtime continues.

If you would like to organize a JVilliage event, contact the office for assistance.

Tot Shabbat

These Friday evening services are specially created for our youngest members. The Tot Shabbat service is hands-on and playful to encourage our littlest ones to join in the joy of celebrating Shabbat with our community.

Watch the bulletin, check the TBS calendar, or call the office for Tot Shabbat dates.


SpoKehilla is Spokane’s Jewish young adult group for those in their 20s and 30s. It doesn't matter if you're single or taken, these gatherings can be anything from potlucks at members’ homes, arts and culture happenings around town, or the occasional Jewish event with drinks afterwards.

If you would like to organize a SpoKehilla event, contact the office for help setting it up.

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