Rabbi’s Corner: Liminal Space

Parshat Mishpatim – Darius Gilmont, Artist This week, I am focusing on the concept of “liminal space.” The word liminal comes from the Latin word ‘limen’, meaning threshold – any point or place of entering or beginning. A liminal space is the time between the ‘what was’ and the ‘next.’ It is a place of transition, transformation, […]

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Who’s the Hangman? A Purim Murder Mystery

As the 14th of Adar appears, Haman ends up on the gallows. Who is the hangman? Bring your detective radar! It could be any of us! A fun Purim Murder Mystery led by Broadway Murder Mysteries. Monday, March 6, 2023 6:30 PM – Dinner ($18/person: potato bar & salad, hamantaschen) 7:00 pm – Megillah and […]

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Jews on the Move: How Philanthropy and Migration Remade the Modern Jewish World and What’s Happening Now

Sunday, April 30, 2022 at 5:00PM in the Chapel Register Here Baron Maurice de Hirsch was one of the emblematic figures of the nineteenth century and the most influential Jewish philanthropist of his time.  Today Hirsch is less well known that the Rothschilds, or his counterpart Andrew Carnegie. Yet to his contemporaries  he was the […]

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Sunday Funday

Brunch, Baking and Books! Sunday, February 26 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at Temple Beth Sholom Join us for brunch and mimosas, multi-generational book swap, and learn how to bake Hamantaschen just in time for Purim. Choose one or both: Hamantaschen baking class: $10 Brunch and mimosas: $8 Register here

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Tallit Stories

Barbara Swartz I don’t have a story per se. The attached photos are obviously from my father’s youth based on the size. This was most likely the tallit he wore when he became a Bar Mitvah. He kept it his entire life. He was born in 1921 in 2009. Donna Wolffe My Most Vivid Tallit […]

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Brotherhood and Sisterhood’s Hike

Have some fun, get some exercise. No experience necessary. Led by Lisa and Todd Litman. Reservations are required. Join us for our next hiking adventure on Sunday, March 19th at 8:45 in Anaheim Hills This will be a 4 mile hike with hills and we will have breakfast after. Details to be sent after registration.Register […]

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Purim at Temple Beth Sholom

Purim is the most joyous holiday in the Jewish calendar. It recounts the saving of the Jews from a threatened massacre during the Persian period, as told in the Book of Esther, whose eponymous heroine plays the leading role in saving her people. The holiday is traditionally celebrated with putting on costumes, eating hamentashen and […]

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Planning for Incapacity

Presented by Todd Litman March 29, 2023 at 7:00 pm at TBS REGISTER HERE This class is a follow up to a presentation regarding support for Care Takers. Please join us as we present a Wednesday evening session on the issues related to issues facing individuals who can no longer make important personal decisions that […]

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