• Shabbat in the Park 2016
  • Simchat Torah
  • Klezmer band
  • Chanukah 2015
  • Chanukah 2015
  • Chanukah 2015
  • Bnai Mitzvah Students
  • Sukkot
  • Our school
  • Learning outside

Congregation Tikkun v’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple) is a vibrant congregation that strives for a warm personal bond among its members, quality education for the children, and a dynamic program for adults. We welcome those from diverse backgrounds, interfaith families, LGBTQ families, people who are newly discovering Jewish connections, as well as those with a wide range of Jewish experiences.

Our core values are best expressed by three words:

Spirit / Community / Justice

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   View of Cayuga Lake from Congregation Tikkun v'Or

Upcoming Events

Fri23
Fri Jun 23 @12:00AM
29th of Sivan, 5777
Fri23
Fri Jun 23 @ 7:30AM -
Kabbalat Shabbat
Fri23
Fri Jun 23 @ 5:30PM - 07:00PM
Tot Shabbat
Fri23
Fri Jun 23 @ 7:28PM -
Candle lighting
Sat24
Sat Jun 24 @12:00AM
30th of Sivan, 5777
Sat24
Sat Jun 24 @12:00AM
Parashat Korach

Special Announcements:

TVO TOT SHABBAT is back! Friday, June 23,  5:30 pm
Bring a veggie/dairy dish to pass, and your baby, toddler, preschooler, or anyone who loves to be with young children! Let's eat, sing some Shabbat songs, read Shabbat stories, play and talk.

 SHABBAT IN THE PARK Friday, August 25 at Stewart Park Large Pavilion

Rabbi Brian will be in residence at Tikkun v'Or from June 8-18, 2017. Next dates in residence: September 21-22 (Rosh Hashanah), September 28-October 1 (Yom Kippur), November 9-19, and December 14-18 (Chanukah and Human Rights Shabbat).

Click to read more:

Letter from Rabbi Brian to Congregation Tikkun v'Or January 29, 2017

Aleinu: What Congregation Tikkun v’Or Stands For A Letter from the TVO Board, January 29, 2017

Statement from Congregation Tikkun v'Or about recent anti-Semitic events March 13, 2017

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Jewish Parenting in Ithaca
Tikkun v'Or hosts an Facebook group, Jewish Parenting in Ithaca. Raising kids to love and appreciate their Jewish heritage has a unique set of challenges, whatever your family's level of observance. Come together in person and on Facebook to have friendly, respected discussions and find ways to mutually support one another in our parenting adventure. The group is open to anyone, at any synagogue or none, who is raising Jewish or interfaith kids.
It's a closed (but not secret) group, so your posts will be visible only to other members. Join the group as you would any other, and you'll be approved as quickly as possible.