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332 West Alejo Road
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Tel: (760) 325-2281
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Temple Isaiah of Palm Springs Launches New Web Site

July 9, 2007

Today, Temple Isaiah in Palm Springs announced the launch of their newly redesigned web site.  Available now at www.templeisaiahps.com, the new site showcases a fresh overall look and includes easier navigation to familiar features such as the worship schedule and events calendar, programs, and the monthly newsletter.

The site also includes updated facts about the Temple and its history, information about the school and educational programs, a full calendar of events, and photo galleries with many photos from past events.  Visitors to the site will also have the ability to email photos in the galleries with a personalized message to family and friends.

Rabbi Sally Olins’ will continue her monthly column as well as answering any questions about Judaism in the popular “Ask the Rabbi” section.  For those considering joining the Temple Isaiah congregation, the site will also offer an easy way to get information to become a member of the Temple.

With the wide range of services and events taking place at Temple Isaiah, the extensive on-line calendar will be a boon to members of the congregation.  As an example, the schedule for the upcoming Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services is already posted.  Visitors to the site may also arrange for tribute and memorial gifts on-line.


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

For more information please contact Temple Isaiah at 760/325-2281 or visit www.templeisaiahps.org.

For more information on this News Release, please contact Tim O'Bayley.

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