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Shabbat Services:  Friday 7:30 pm & Saturday 9:00 am

Welcome to TBI Warrington

August Friday Night Service Schedule


August 7th  7:30 pm

August 21st 7:30 pm


No  services on the 14th or 28th

Return  to weekly service schedule in September

Calling All Bowlers

Adelphi  Lodge of B’nai Brith International is looking for new bowlers either individually or as a group to join their lodge and bowling league. They have league bowling September through June on Monday nights at 8:30 PM at the Brunswick Zone in Feasterville, PA.  

If anyone is interested, please contact Ed Ashe at  edwardashe123@verizon.net or 215-672-9335.



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Meet Rabbi Mimi

On behalf of the TBI Board of Directors I am pleased to announce that Dr. Mimi Ferraro will be joining Congregation Tiferes B’Nai Israel as its spiritual leader.  The goal of our rabbinic search committee was to find an energetic and dedicated candidate who would commit to TBI and be involved with all levels of membership to which they have accomplished their task.


Dr. Ferraro has been involved in the Judaic education arena for over 20 years in the Bucks and Montgomery area and currently studies at the Reconstructionist Rabbinic College preparing for a 2016 ordination.    Her commitment to exposing Jewish knowledge and values coupled with a high level of energy will bring a new and refreshing dimension to TBI.  She will devote her time at TBI to both leading Shabbat and Holiday services as well as being instrumental in providing religious guidance to our school program.


Please join the congregation in welcoming “Rabbi Mimi” during Shabbat services on August 7th and again on August 21st at which time we will hold a welcome Oneg in her honor.  We also welcome her family to TBI and I add my thanks to those who contributed to the rabbinic search process.


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