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7th Annual Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival 




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. 


Virtual Friday Night Shabbat Services

Virtual Shabbat - Temple Shalom

Friday, October 30th at 7:30 PM, Rabbi Rosenberg's topic:

After thousands of years, the voice of Abraham still resonates, perhaps today more than ever.  

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 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.)  

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Simchat Torah 2020 /

שִׂמְחַת תּוֹרָה 5781

I want you, says God to Abraham, to be different. Not for the sake of being different, but for the sake of starting something new: a religion that will not worship power and the symbols of power – for that is what idols really were and are. I want you, said God, to “teach your children and your household afterward to follow the way of the Lord by doing what is right and just" (Gen. 18:19).


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Virtual Jewish University:

Saturday, October31st  2020 at 1:30pm PDT with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg

We continue studying the Book of Joshua and the crossing of the Jordan River into Canaan. If the story sounds familiar, it is, because you read a different version in the Torah. (Sea of Reeds)


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If you are interested in becoming a board member,

please email and the Chairman of the Nominating Committee,

Burt Lewensohn

will get back with you to discuss the next steps!


Please turn in your applications by

Friday, November 6th!


We will be hosting committee interviews

in the month of November.


Dear congregants:

As we enter the fall and winter months with COVID-19 still with us, it seems that this pandemic has begun to increase again nationally. While we all long for the normalcy we had before this virus hit our shores, the reality is, we still have a long way to go.

I mention this because our most potent weapon to fend off this terrible disease is to follow the strict protocol from the CDC and local government, along with the wisdom of our Jewish tradition.

While we all miss the wonderful onegs, kiddushes and potluck Shabbatot from the last few years, that reality simply is not possible. So let me be clear and unambiguous: Going forward, we simply cannot serve food at services and other events until this pandemic is over. It is simply not safe while we are still threatened by COVID-19.

As a synagogue and a Jewish Community Center, we must honor the tenants of shmirat ha-nefesh (to protect life) which mandates to put the wellbeing of our entire congregation first.

I am extremely proud and inspired by our Temple’s strength, courage and cohesiveness during this crisis.

You may bring your own bottled water to an outside Shabbat service or event. Bathrooms will still be available inside the Temple.

With God’s help and our community’s ingenuity, creativity and caring, we will continue to go forward, together.

In friendship,

Rabbi Steven Rosenberg

Mitchel Karp, Temple President 


Sat, October 31 2020 13 Cheshvan 5781