Whether it be through spirituality, study, social justice programs or social activities, we invite you to find a place in our community.

TBI memberships help to make the work of our dynamic community possible.

To become a member of TBI, please complete our online Membership Form. Information about the different categories of membership and affiliation can also be found below. Fee subsidies are available for those experiencing financial hardship, and we also offer discounts to families from the King David School.

For more information about any aspect of TBI membership, please contact us.

Membership Form

Membership Categories

ARZA Membership Info

Groups &

NextDor is a Jewish social group for those in their 20s and 30s. For information about their upcoming events, and to connect with the group, please visit their Facebook page here.

Rosh Chodesh, the celebration of each “new month”, is a semi-holiday traditionally observed mainly by women. TBI’s Rosh Chodesh Group meets monthly on Sundays for a session of learning and conversation on topics varying from traditional texts to contemporary issues.

For information about how to join the Rosh Chodesh Group, please contact us.

The Men’s Group gathers together for fellowship, recreation, personal growth and mutual support, and also works to support the mission, services and activities of TBI.

For more information, please contact us.

The Living With Dementia Support Group is a professional and lay-led Jewish support group for caregivers, family and friends of people with dementia. The group meets to share feelings and concerns, talk through challenges, exchange practical information and learn about available resources.

For more information, please contact us.

Social Justice &

Supporting Refugees Seeking Asylum

Project Dignity is a TBI volunteer-led initiative focused on supporting people of refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds. The group runs activities aimed at breaking down cultural and religious barriers, relieving poverty and disadvantage, and developing shared understandings and a sense of community.

Click here for more information about Project Dignity.

Jewish tradition explicitly commands us to feed the hungry.

Launched in March 2016, in partnership with the Father Bob Maguire Foundation, nourish is TBI’s volunteer-led initiative to feed the disadvantaged in our community.

Click here for more information about nourish.