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The latest news and events from Temple Beth Sholom staff.


Beer and Cheese Tasting

March 14, 6:30-10:00 at the Lebanoff home $36/person Find out the real reason we are called the Hebrews at this pop-up culinary arts event. RSVP This program is partially funded by a grant from the Albert and Rhonda Weissman Arts Endowment Fund, a joint program of the Jewish Community Foundation Orange County and Jewish Federation […]

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A Night in Vegas!

A “FUN”DRAISER for TBS Preschool Programs and Classroom Upgrades SATURDAY, APRIL 25TH 2020 6:00 PM 2625 N. Tustin Ave. TBS Social Hall Santa Ana, CA 92705 A community event open to all – ages 21 and over – cocktail attire Raffle prizes include Palm Springs vacation, gift cards, gift baskets, wine and more. Purchase tickets […]

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HIAS Refugee Shabbat

March 13, HIAS Refugee Shabbat Shabbat Service 6:30 pm A service for all ages Our families come from all over the world. Join us as we celebrate our diversity and journey through our ancestors. Bring pictures of your family who came from the Old Country to America We will share our stories, our Torah through […]

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Worship at Temple Beth Sholom

PLEASE NOTE: THE FOLLOWING EVENTS March 13, 20 and 27- Shabbat Services March 14, 21 and 28- Weekly Torah Study will be held remotely. Fore more details check our Community Health Update page The worship services at Temple Beth Sholom are spiritually and intellectually uplifting experiences. All of our Friday night Shabbat Services are filled […]

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Hamantaschen Baking

Hamantaschen Baking February 23, 2020 | 9:30-11:30 AM at Temple Beth Sholom RSVP  Instructor: Lynne Kontur Join Lynne, our “baker-extraordinaire-in-residence,” for some hands-on “flour-in-your-face” Hamentaschen “how-to,” training. Get ready to make your family and friends overjoyed, and stuff your Purim baskets with your own homemade tasty treats!! Always a popular class so sign up […]

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Tza’ar Ba’alei Chayim

To the homeless individual, their pet is their world, an extension of themselves. Their pet signifies what one thing is right amid the uncertainty of their daily lives. The bond is one of unconditional love. Pets offer affection and comfort to the homeless. What can we do? Starting Sunday, February 9th through March 1st we […]

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The In[HEIR]itance Project

The In[HEIR]itance Project facilitates challenging civic conversations by making theater with communities and connecting those conversations to sacred texts. This program will focus on discussing homelessness. We will being the initial discussion phase of The In[HEIR]itance Project’s artistic process. What’s on your mind? Join us in breaking down the barriers to the difficult conversation. Come […]

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Adult Ed Culinary Series – Pickle Making Class

Sunday, February 9, 2020 • 14 Sh’vat 5780 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Social Hall REGISTER Who doesn’t love a crunchy kosher pickle? From Katz’s Deli in New York, to Cantor’s In Los Angeles, to our own local deli Benjie’s, have you ever wondered why pickles are served at these traditional Jewish restaurants and what […]

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