Congregation Beit Tikva is concerned with its own congregational community as well as the Santa Fe community. Our caring rabbi and synagogue members visit the ailing and grieving. At Purim, “Shalach Manot” baskets are delivered to those who are homebound. Our office maintains a list of resource information, ranging from emergency helplines to transportation services.
“Shabbat at Home”— Rabbi Levy and congregation members take candlelighting and music to the homes of those who are unable to attend Friday night services. Our Shabbat at Home services are held at Brookdale Senior Living in Santa Fe.
The Santa Fe homeless population has been Congregation Beit Tikva’s primary community target. Clothes are taken to the St. Elizabeth Shelter on an ongoing basis. We join other faith-based organizations by serving dinner to the homeless at Pete’s Place on Cerrillos Road (formerly the Interfaith Community Shelter) and by placing gifts for adults and children under their annual Christmas tree.
For further information on Social Action, please contact the synagogue office at email@example.com.