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Temple Isaiah is an inclusive and welcoming congregation.  We encourage participation from all who seek a connection to Jewish life and want to be part of our sacred community.  We are committed to being an open tent, a place that welcomes all people regardless of background, who are seeking a caring and compassionate congregation, dedicated to a contemporary, progressive and joyful expression of Judaism.  

All adults and teenagers (12+) must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend  services.
Proof of Vaccination is required and can  be shown at the door.

Click HERE  to purchase tickets for Cantors On Broadway

 

Please see below for IN-PERSON service information.

This weekend, choose from any and/or all:

Friday Night's:

Wine & Cheese Happy Hour - 7:00pm

Shabbat Service - 7:30PM

SATURDAY'S:

Nosh & Drash 10:00am

Shabbat Service and Study

Join Rabbi Steven Rosenberg 

If you need to reach Rabbi Steven Rosenberg please call/text 956-566-9328

 

Virtual Shabbat - Temple Shalom

Friday, January 27, 2023 at 7:30 PM


join Rabbi Rosenberg this Friday night Shabbat !along with   our pianist Joel Baker.

 

 Rabbi Rosenberg will be In Conversation with Carly Gammill and Gary Ratner from StandWithUs. We will be discussing the unprecedented rise of antisemitism around the world and on college campuses. Additionally, what the BDS movement truly stands for.

 


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 Click HERE to download tonight's prayer book 

 

 

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Join Rabbi Rosenberg at 10:30 am

Nosh and Drash Torah Study followed by joyous Shabbat worship

Nosh and Drash

We continue with the Passover story with the last three plagues. Why do we take some of the wine out of our cup at the Seder for each plague? It’s a very Jewish concept. 

Bo (“Come”) recounts the last three plagues that God inflicts on the Egyptians: locusts, darkness, and death of firstborns. God commands the Israelites to offer a Passover lamb sacrifice. After the last plague, Pharaoh and the Egyptians demand that the Israelites leave. [1]

 

https://www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/bo/the-spiritual-child/

 

 

Click HERE to join TORAH STUDY on ZOOM

 

 

   

Judaism 2.0 - Click here to join ZOOM meeting Wednesday, December 28th, 2022 at 7:30PM

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FROM THE DESK OF RABBI STEVEN ROSENBERG

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From the desk of Rabbi Steven Rosenberg

Our thoughts and prayers are with Kerry Turner and her family, on the passing of her beloved husband, Don, z”l. The Funeral service and interment will take place at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Cathedral City, on February 12th at 12:00 Noon. May Don’s memory be for a blessing

 

Please join us this Friday night, January 27th at 7:00pm for an exceptional wine and cheese happy hour. We then gather for a very inspirational erev Shabbat 

service at 7:30pm, where I will also be in conversation with Carly Gammill and Gary Ratner from StandWithUs. A very special Oneg follows, sponsored by Barbara Platt, Dr. Sarah Sela and Rabbi Steven Rosenberg. 

Pianist Joel Baker joins me on the Bima. 

My Friday Night Topic:

Rabbi Rosenberg will be In Conversation with Carly Gammill and Gary Ratner from StandWithUs. We will be discussing the unprecedented rise of antisemitism around the world and on college campuses. Additionally, what the BDS movement truly stands for. 

Nosh and Drash Torah Study begins at 10:30am this Saturday morning, January 28th, followed by joyous Shabbat prayer. Join us for lively discussion, great learning and lots of Noshing! 

It’s time to re-visit the Passover story! We read from Parashat Bo, the final three plagues. Why the lambs blood on the doorposts of the Hebrews? The answer is amazing. Come join us for lively discussion and perhaps some matzah too.

It’s time to re-visit the Passover story! Parashat Bo, the final three plagues. Why the lambs blood on the doorposts of the Hebrews? The answer is amazing. Come join us for lively discussion and perhaps some matzah too. 

Our Adult B’nai Mitzvah program is held Saturday afternoons at 1:30pm. If you would like to be part of this wonderful class, it is not too late! Please contact me via email atrabbisteven.rosenberg@gmail.com or via phone/text at 956.566.9328

 We are looking forward to an epic 2023, here at Temple Isaiah. We are jammed packed with amazing programming, inspirational Shabbat services and an uplifting Jewish cultural series. 

Judaism 2.0: The Jewish Home in a contemporary world is held on Wednesdays at 8:00pm on Zoom 

This class is perfect for those who our continuing the introduction to Judaism cycle, as well as anyone else who would like to learn both the traditional and modern/progressive understanding of Jewish ritual, culture and spirituality. 

Our Bereavement Group via Zoom will start up again in February. More information to come.  

It is indeed our community that sustains and nourishes us. Let us continue to be there for each other both in times of joy and sorrow. Now more than ever, as we have safely opened our Temple to in-person services and events, let’s make every effort to be present and engaged, for that is how we keep our congregation strong and vital. 

We continue to wish Doug Refuah Shelaymah, may God bless him with strength and health, both of body and spirit. It is wonderful to see Doug back at Shabbat services!!

We are blessed with such a special congregation here at Temple Isaiah, may we continue to be the vital Center for Jewish Life throughout the Coachella Valley for many years to come. 

I am always available, if you would just would like to visit for a while, either in person or by phone, video chat or text/email. Please feel free to get in touch with me. 

Join us, as we Renew, Rebuild and Rededicate.  

 

Shabbat Shalom,

Rabbi Steven Rosenberg 

rabbisteven.rosenberg@gmail.com

956.566.9328

 

 

 

 

We are working very diligently on the 

10th Annual Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival. Tickets will be available in the next coming weeks!

 

Click HERE  to on Wednesdays at 7:30 PM to join Zoom for the Bereavement Group.

Image result for bereavement group picturesThe Temple's Bereavement Group, led by Rabbi Steven Rosenberg, meets each Wednesday and is open to those who have experienced any kind of loss.  this has been a challenging year, especially with the pandemic.  Our group will be a safe, caring and compassionate environment to explore grief and healing.  To participate, email the Rabbi at rabbisteven.rosenberg@gmail.com

Have a question or just need to talk....

Please feel free to reach out to Rabbi Steven Rosenberg, he's here for all of us!

 

That includes YOU!

 

Click here to email Rabbi Rosenberg

A big thank you to those that have purchased one of these very special leaves for your loved ones.

 

Wedding season is upon us! 

Think of a leaf that will last a lifetime, as a 

blessed gift to the couple!

 

Call the temple at 760-325-2281 to order now!

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Sisterhood has reorganized

 

Congratulations to the newly elected officers: 

  • President, Linda Lewensohn
  • Vice President, Melanie Garver 
  • Secretary, Robyn Elzufon
  • Treasurer, Wendy Solomon

Membership Chair: Kerry Turner

Sisterhood has BIG plans** for a busy year and hope you will join the upcoming events for the new year.

Can't wait to see you!

**Proof of vaccination is required

temple@templeisaiahps.com

Click on the Sisterhood application to download.

Click HERE  to print the Sisterhood Membership form

Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah

for more information please contact:

Linda Lewensohn 818-469-0558

Mon, January 30 2023 8 Shevat 5783