Mitzvah (MITS-vuh); pl: Mitzvot (mits-VOHT)
Definition: Commandment. Any of the 613 commandments that Jews are obligated to observe. It can also refer to any Jewish religious obligation, or more generally to any good deed.
TBT President Ben Berkley recognizes that the members of TBT perform wonderful mitzvot every day. He has started the “Year of Mitzvot” to honor those who do mitzvot and to be part of the lasting legacy of his presidency.
Tell us about a mitzvah that you recently did to share with our congregation. Mitzvot can be as simple as holding a door for someone or helping someone with their groceries – you probably do a mitzvah every day that you’re not aware of!
We’re hoping to get 100% Temple membership participation. Let us know your mitzvah today!
Click here to read the TBT Stories of MItzvot.