Temple Isaiah
332 West Alejo Road
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Tel: (760) 325-2281
Fax: (760) 325-3235


Kabbalat Shabbat

Every Friday at 7:30PM, followed by Oneg.

Note:  On the First Friday of each month, this will begin at 6:30PM!

Shabbat Morning

Every Saturday at 10:00AM, followed by a Kiddush

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Craig Taubman and Band

February 18, 2016 at 7pm

Temple Isaiah

Complete Shabbat Dinner

March 4, 2016

Temple Isaiah

Jewish Film Festival 2016

March 22nd and 23rd

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Shabbat Services
February 12, 2016 7:30pm
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Shabbat Morning Service, followed by kiddush
February 13, 2016 10:00am
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Temple Closed
February 14, 2016
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Temple Closed
February 15, 2016
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February 16, 2016 6:30pm
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Judaism Ten Best Ideas
February 17, 2016 6:30pm
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Welcome to Temple Isaiah

Welcome to Temple Isaiah Palm Springs. 

Temple Isaiah of Palm Springs is a welcoming and inclusive congregation embracing Judaism that is relevant for today while remaining committed to Jewish traditions, values, and ethics.

With the help of Frank Sinatra and other community leaders, Temple Isaiah and its Jewish Community Center, founded in the late 1940s, were expanded in the late 1980s to meet the need of the increasing Jewish population.

It continues today as a vibrant spiritual and cultural home for all Jews in the Palm Springs desert communities.

Please enjoy exploring our web site and let us know what you think.  We hope you'll come visit us in person as well.

Parshat Bereishit: Space travel, Buddha and Creation

Posted by David Lazar in Haftarah, Jewish Art, Lisa and William Gross Collection, Parashat Hashavua

Recently I visited the California Science Center and got a chance to see a real live space craft, the Space Shuttle Endeavour. I have been in love with sci-fi TV since I was a kid: Lost in Space, Star Trek – all versions, Babylon 5, Firefly, even now, in my late 50s I’m a sucker for the likes of Battlestar Galactica and Extant.  READ MORE