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80 Years of Temple Beth Sholom: Annual Gala

Save the Date! Saturday, April 29, 2023 “Journey Through The Decades” – TBS Annual Gala celebrating 80 years. Temple Beth Sholom is turning 80 years old this year! Now is the time to reflect on our past and celebrate our future.Help us kick-off this momentous occasion with our Annual Gala. All the proceeds raised help […]

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Tu B’shvat

Register here Tu B’Shvat is a Jewish holiday occurring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shvat. It is also called Rosh HaShanah La’Ilanot, literally “New Year of the Trees”. In contemporary Israel, the day is celebrated as an ecological awareness day, and trees are planted in celebration. Tu B’shvat 2023 begins in […]

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Artist/Scholar-in-Residence Weekend With Daniel Abramson

Temple Beth Sholom of Orange County’s Artist/Scholar-in-Residence Weekend: February 3-5, 2023 Daniel Abramson “Ufros Aleinu Sukkat Shlomeicha – Spread Over Us the Shelter of Your Peace” Register here Through art, story, text, and other activities we’ll: • Celebrate community of all ages • Create a TBS communal tallit to be used for Consecration, Mi Sheberach […]

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Social Action: Tanaka Farms CSA Produce Boxes

Join us in supporting our community and the ECC! TBS is now a designated pick-up site for bi-weekly produce boxes as part of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program with Tanaka Farms in Irvine. Being part of this subscription program also serves as a fundraiser with 10% of all proceeds going to our ECC. Program […]

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Our Voices: Monthly Newsletter

Our Voices is Temple Beth Sholom’s monthly newsletter, with articles from our clergy and staff, important community information, and a calendar of events for the month. It’s our way of collecting everything that’s happening in our community into one place and is a great way to stay connected with the TBS family. Download the latest issue […]

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Echoes of Elul 5781

Shalom and welcome to our annual blog, the Echoes of Elul.  Beginning Monday, August 9, 2021  a new Echo will be sent via email and posted on the TBS website each day of Elul. Echoes are a compilation of personal reflections, insights, and memories. The format includes short essays, poetry, art and music. Introspection helps […]

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We Welcome Rabbi Lipper to TBS

The Interim Rabbi Search Committee (IRSC) has wonderful news! We are excited to introduce Rabbi David Lipper to the Temple Beth Sholom family as our Interim Rabbi! TBS has contracted Rabbi Lipper to serve our congregation from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. Rabbi Lipper brings with him years of knowledge and experience as […]

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Temple Beth Sholom & Hebrew Union College Partner for Lecture Series

TBS is partnering with Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, for adult education programming through June.  Below are selected lectures–all free to attend. Register for any of these events at huc.edu/huc-connect/huc-connect-2021 Missed any of the past HUC programs? Find them in the archive here: http://huc.edu/huc-connect/online-learning-archive February February 11, 2021 at 3:30pm Values and Voices: […]

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Consider TBS for Your End-of-the-year Giving

In a year filled with challenges and changes, we have continued to support our community and celebrate our Jewish journey together. As we prepare to welcome 2021, please consider your Jewish family at Temple Beth Sholom for your end-of-year giving. It’s not too late to make a tax-deductible contribution! WAYS TO GIVE: – IRA Distribution: […]

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Covid-19 Update (12/1/2020): What is open at TBS?

Dear TBS Community, It has been almost 3 months since my last update about what is happening at TBS due to the COVID-19 virus. In that time, we had started creating opportunities for our community to find their moments on campus and feel like home again. Unfortunately, with Orange County’s recent increase in confirmed cases, […]

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