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Temple Isaiah is adhering to the Palm Springs City Council Directive to "Shelter in Place!"

Therefore, services will be virtual until futher notice. 

Please see below for VIRTUAL service information.

This weekend, choose any from any and/or all:

Friday Night Shabbat Service - 7:30PM

Saturday Torah Study - 10:00AM

Saturday Jewish University - 1:30PM


Wednesday Coffee Conversation with the Rabbi - 1:00PM

If you need to reach Rabbi Steven Rosenberg his number is 956-566-9328. 

If you have any questions regarding the postponed Jewish Film Festival (currently planned October 4-7) please call us after June 1. 

Virtual Friday Night Shabbat Services

Virtual Shabbat - Temple Shalom

August 7th, 7:30pm

Rabbi Rosenberg's topic: What is Chesed and why we need it now more than ever.  

Click HERE to join us on Facebook Live for Services





 Click HERE to download tonight's prayer book 




Virtual Nosh and Drash

 Torah Study

with Rabbi Rosenberg set at 10:00am PDT

on Saturday mornings.  (readings will appear on screen during Torah Study)

Torah Commentary Link

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Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25


There is an interesting phrase found at the beginning of this week’s parsha, and together with a similar phrase at the end of last week's parsha, they are the only places where it appears in the Torah. The phrase is et ha-brit ve-et ha-chessed (Devarim 7:12): "If you pay attention to these laws and are careful to follow them, then the Lord your God will keep the brit and the chessed with you, as He swore to your ancestors."

The phrase is strange. The relationship between God and Israel is defined by the brit, covenant. That, basically, is all the content of the Torah. What then is added by the word chesse

Click HERE to join TORAH STUDY on ZOOM



Virtual Jewish University:

Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 1:30pm PDT with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg

For the next few weeks we will take an in-depth look at the liturgy, history and meaning of the High Holy Days.



Click  to join Jewish University on ZOOM!



2020 Jewish Film Festival Information will be answered in Summer, 2020.  

We are working to reschedule the Film Festival.  

We are currently looking at tentative re-scheduling dates of October 4-7 2020.



From the Desk of Rabbi Rosenberg


  • From the Desk of Rabbi Steven Rosenberg

    Dear friends:

    As houses of worship all across the country have been learning to be innovative and adapt during this pandemic, synagogues are doing the same as well.

    We have successfully transitioned to an online format for Friday night services and Saturday morning Torah study, as well as Jewish University and Coffee with the Rabbi. In this way, can still be a vital and active Jewish community, while at the same time engaging in the Mitzvah of Shmirat Ha-nefesh, protecting ourselves and our fellow congregants.

    We are deep into planning for the High Holidays and while they may be different from years’ past, I think you will find them wonderfully innovative, spiritually uplifting and

    I dare say quite exciting. I’ll have more news on that soon.

    I encourage you to continue joining us online for our Shabbat services, classes and programs. We will continue to be a strong and caring community no matter how long this pandemic lasts.

    Jews throughout the centuries have done the same thing: Not matter what the challenge, Judaism has always managed to flourish, even in times of great adversity.

    Our present situation is no different, we will continue to thrive.

    Let us go forward together, with strength, courage and compassion.

    Take care,

    Rabbi Steven Rosenberg


From the Desk of Mitchel Karp, President of the Board



Tue, August 11 2020 21 Av 5780