South Windsor, CT, October 29, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Temple Beth Hillel is a small reform synagogue nestled in the South Windsor suburbs. Its community ranges in age, background and income, but one consistent feature is the friendly demeanor of a congregation bent on being, as their beloved Rabbi Jeff Glickman once said, “an antidote to loneliness.” This all becomes apparent in a recent “Welcome” video the Temple produced in order to extend their welcoming message to a larger audience.
Temple Beth Hillel is “Reform Judaism at its finest” according to Cantor Scott Harris. The film starts with a message from Temple President Mark Abrahamson elaborating on TBH’s commitment to each other and their community at large both within the larger Jewish context and beyond. Abrahamson welcomes newcomers to share in a holiday or Shabbat to experience first hand all TBH has to offer. Rabbi Glickman adds that the Temple’s community is made better when “You a part.” One gets a sense when watching the film, that these are more than mere words, they are a deep commitment that resonates within the Temple collective.
Temple Beth Hillel was established in 1957 and remains firmly rooted in the past, but intent upon creating a meaningful future. This intent is inherent not just in the words of its leadership, but in the congregation as a whole. Temple Beth Hillel is located on 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor. For more information call 860–282–8466 or visit their website at tbhsw.org.