Shalom םולש and
Welcome to TABI

TABI is More than Just a House of Worship.  We are a vibrant and caring congregational family.  As a holy community, we learn together, pray together, and care about each other. 

We are an inclusive Jewish community where all congregants matter, are inspired to action through Jewish values, and experience Judaism in a meaningful way.

The temple data has been successfully transferred into our new Synagogue management software.

Each TABI household has an account where you can update your information, check the calendar for upcoming events, and view the member directory.

To access your account for the first time:

Click the link below to enter the database

Click on “My Account

Click on “Edit My Profile” and set a password for your account

Once you have a password, you can log in whenever you like by 

clicking on “Members” on the upper right corner of the website and then 

click on “Login” on the upper right corner of the database home page.

Once you’re all set up, please make sure that the information in your profile is correct and complete.   

Worship Services

Our worship services are open to ALL TABI members and those on the “approved visitors” list that have proof of the Covid-19 vaccination. This begins immediately. This requirement will continue to be evaluated as modified as the Board sees fit. Masks will still be worn during worship services and we hope that all who are eligible have received their vaccinations. If you have not sent us a copy of your vaccination card, please do so at your earliest convenience.

This service will also continue to be available via LiveStream and the link is here on our website.

Date Service
Sukkot
Tuesday, September 21
8:00 AM Festival Morning Service
Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah Celebration
Monday, September 27
6:30 PM Evening Service
Simchat Torah/Shemini Atzeret & Yizcor
Tuesday, September 28
8:00 AM Festival Morning Service and Yizkor

TABI Leadership

Gary Mazo

Rabbi

Rabbi Mazo is a native New Englander. He was born in Massachusetts, raised in Connecticut, worked in New Jersey and Cape Cod before accepting the position as Rabbi in Evansville.

Since arriving in Evansville, he has helped to revitalize Temple Adath B’nai Israel and re-establish strong interfaith relationships in the community.  He helped create the One God One Community interfaith program, the Interfaith advisory Committee for Habitat for Humanity, the Evansville Executive Interfaith Partnership and he has also served as an adjunct professor at University of Evansville

Rabbi and Gloria have six children and four grandchildren located from coast to coast. When the Rabbi has free time, he is an avid bike rider and plays the piano, guitar and Mandolin.

Gary Mazo

Rabbi

Rabbi Mazo is a native New Englander. He was born in Massachusetts, raised in Connecticut, worked in New Jersey and Cape Cod before accepting the position as Rabbi in Evansville.

Since arriving in Evansville, he has helped to revitalize Temple Adath B’nai Israel and re-establish strong interfaith relationships in the community.  He helped create the One God One Community interfaith program, the Interfaith advisory Committee for Habitat for Humanity, the Evansville Executive Interfaith Partnership and he has also served as an adjunct professor at University of Evansville

Rabbi and Gloria have six children and four grandchildren located from coast to coast. When the Rabbi has free time, he is an avid bike rider and plays the piano, guitar and Mandolin.

Robert Varble

president

I joined TABI nearly a decade ago coming from the Owensboro Temple.  TABI members welcomed me when I started attending services and within a short time I realized I had found a new spiritual home.   Over time my involvement with the synagogue has grown and I now find myself Fisrt Vice President, the Ritual Committee chair, and regularly playing guitar, as well as singing, on the bimah.  During my short stay with this congregation I have seen TABI adapt and grow to meet the needs of our community and our times.  I look forward to continuing help shape and guide TABI.

Aaron Reidford

music director

Aaron Riedford, a native of Evansville, has been playing for Shabbat Rocks services since 2008 and took over as music director in 2017. He studied piano at the University of Evansville, graduating in 2009, and is currently completing his PhD in musicology at Indiana University in Bloomington. His doctoral dissertation presents a study of the U.S. folk music scene in the 1950s and 1960s. In addition to piano, he enjoys playing guitar, bass, and occasionally drums.

Religious School

Religious Education and Hebrew School are available to children of families who are congregational members.

Religious School is in session Sundays through the school year.

Membership

At Temple Adath B’nai Israel, you are both valued and valuable. Our congregation welcomes families, singles, and interfaith families. We have many activities to bring both young and old together to celebrate our lives and faith.

Come Visit Us

Gift Shop Hours

Tuesdays: By Appointment Only
Sundays: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(During the school year ONLY)

We are here

8440 Newburgh Road
Evansville, IN 47715