Twelfth Annual Community Passover Seder

Please join us on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at 2:00 pm via Zoom for our Twelfth Annual Community Passover Seder.

The Exodus did not just happen in Egypt.  We only need to hear or read the news to know that the Exodus story continues to be repeated all over the world. Freedom is in danger.  Innocent people are fleeing their homes today! At Passover, we celebrate the Exodus.  We celebrate all who struggle for freedom. And we encourage the continued struggle toward freedom –  knowing that we will not be free until everyone, everywhere is free.

So, join us.

There will be storytelling, ritual, singing and celebration.  We will retell the ancient story of liberation…contemplate oppression and slavery in our own times…continue the journey toward universal freedom and justice…rejoice in the arrival of spring.

We will, as a community…

Ask the difficult questions, search for meaningful answers, and explore shared traditions and values as we dedicate ourselves to working together to create a better and more beautiful world.

This event is free of charge.  Please register to receive a Zoom invitation.

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We hope to see you there.

Download a copy of this year’s Haggadah here:  2022 TBI Haggadah.

Download a Seder Plate Instruction Sheet here:  The Seder Plate


Please Don’t Compare Contemporary Politicians to Hitler

The Preservation Society is disappointed in Killingly State Representative Anne Dauphinais’ comparison of Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont to Hitler for Lamont’s support of vaccine and mask mandates.  Do we really want to elevate Hitler to the status of just another politician?  This gross distortion of history scales the heights of insult and insensitivity.  We expect better from our leaders.  Deeply concerned about reckless political comparisons of contemporary politicians with Hitler and nazis, the Preservation Society issued a statement.  Statement by TBIPS

High Holidays 2021 – Register Here

Join the Preservation Society for Virtual High Holiday Services via Zoom.  Rosh Hashanah: Tuesday, Sept 7 at 9:30 am; Erev Yom Kippur-Kol Nidre: Wednesday, Sept 15 at 7:00 pm and Yom Kippur: Thursday, Sept 16 at 9:30 am. All are welcome.  Participation is free.  Registrations are required.  Please click on the links below to register.  We look forward to welcoming the New Year together.



The service will be displayed on your screen.  If you wish to follow on your own, Here are pdf copies:

PDF of the Rosh Hashanah Service:

TBI Rosh Hashanah 2021-Print

PDF of the Tashlikh Service:

Tashlikh 2021

PDF of the Kol Nidre Service

Kol Nidre 2021 – Print Ver

PDF of the Yom Kippur Service

TBI Yom Kippur 2021-Print Ver