Welcome to Temple B’nai Israel!

Reform Congregation Serving the Lakes Region

Temple B’nai Israel is the heart of Jewish activity in central New Hampshire

We May Be the Family You Just Haven’t Met Yet!

The roots of Temple B’nai Israel go back over 100 years in Laconia.   We are a small but vibrant Reform congregation, with our members’ beliefs and traditions ranging from traditional conservatism to modern versions of Reform practice.

At TBI, you will find a friendly, warm, spiritual community ideal for forming meaningful friendships. Whether you are Jewish by birth or Jewish by choice,  join us in prayer, study,  celebrations, and social activities, as well as at our New Hampshire Jewish Food Festival and We Care concerts.

Temple B’nai Israel offers its members the opportunity to “not only be Jewish but to do Jewish” through our focus on Tikkun Olam (repairing the world with acts of loving-kindness).   You will find many opportunities to engage with your TBI family in support of organizations and nonprofit agencies that provide services to those in our community who are in need.  Explore our website and get to know us!

 

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The Jewish Food Festival Closes to Rave Reviews

The Jewish Food Festival Closes to Rave Reviews

Thank You to All Our loyal Jewish Food Festival Patrons The NH Jewish Food Festival is in the books!  More than 275 orders were distributed through a curbside pick-up system over what was the hottest weekend of the summer so far.  Inside the TBI social hall, the...

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It’s Official – Welcome Rabbi Jan Katz

Friday, July 8, 2022 - We Welcome Rabbi Jan Katz to TBI! Rabbi Jan Katz and Cantorial Soloist Melody Funk led their first official Shabbat together at TBI with the familiar tunes and prayers that the congregation has come to know.  A festive Oneg Shabbat followed the...

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Temple B’nai Israel is supported in part
by a grant from the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire.