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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 a part of our sacred community.  We are committed to bring 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.  


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


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







Click  HERE  to join us for Passover Seder and/or to become a Seder Sponsor! !





Virtual Shabbat - Temple Shalom

Friday, March 24th, 2023 at 7:30 PM

join Rabbi Rosenberg this Friday night Shabbat along with   our pianist Joel Baker and our Cantorial Soloist Dr. Sarah Sela


PSJFF Special Preview: I will be in Conversation with Helen Patton, Granddaughter of General George Patton, from the liberation of the Concentration Camps to General Patton’s relationship with the Jewish Community. We thank Ms. Patton, who has traveled from Europe to be with us.



Click HERE to join us on Facebook Live for Services


 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



Breakfast, Torah Discussion and schmoozing.


Shabbat Service and Study

Join Rabbi Rosenberg at 10:30 AM


[God] Called Out

Levicitus 1:1−5:26



God instructs Moses on the five different kinds of sacrifices that were to be offered in the sanctuary:

1. The olah or "burnt offering" was a voluntary sacrifice that had a high degree of sanctity and was regarded as the "standard" offering. The entire animal, except for its hide, was burned on the altar. (1:1-17)

2. The minchah or "meal offering" was a sacrifice made of flour, oil, salt, and frankincense that was partly burned on the altar and partly given to the priests to eat. (2:1-16)

3. The zevach sh'lamim or "sacrifice of well-being" was a voluntary animal offering from one's herd, sometimes brought to fulfill a vow. (3:1-17)

4. The chatat or "sin offering" was an obligatory sacrifice that was offered to expiate unintentional sins. This offering differs from the others in the special treatment of the blood of the animal. (4:1-5:13)

5. The asham or "penalty offering" was an obligatory sacrifice of a ram that was required chiefly of one who had misappropriated property. (5:1-26)



Click HERE to join TORAH STUDY on ZOOM




Please join us this Friday night, March 24th at 7:00pm for an exceptional wine and cheese happy hour. We then gather for a very inspirational erev Shabbat service at 7:30pm, followed by a robust and festive oneg. It is wonderful to the great conversations and meeting of new friends at our Oneg. It is such a blessing to see how many new people discover us every week!

Dr. Sarah Sela joins me on the bima as our cantorial soloist, accompanied by Pianist Joel Baker. 

My Friday Night Topic:

PSJFF Special Preview: I will be in Conversation with Helen Patton, Granddaughter of General George Patton, from the liberation of the Concentration Camps to General Patton’s relationship with the Jewish Community. We thank Ms. Patton, who has traveled from Europe to be with us.

Nosh and Drash Torah Study begins at 10:30am this Saturday morning, March 25th. Join us for lively discussion, great learning and lots of Noshing. I am happy to say that our numbers are growing. We would love to see you there!

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 are 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. 

We are getting ready for the 10th annual Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival, beginning on March 26th. Please get your tickets for this extraordinary event which goes through March 29th. 

Our Community Passover Seder is open for registration!! Please plan on joining us for the first night of Pesach, Wednesday, April 5th at 6:00pm. It will be catered by Manhattan in the Desert. Our Seder will be an amazing night of community, friendship, participation and a great Passover meal!! Please RSVP early, as I am sure we will be filling up fast. Additionally, you can become a Seder sponsor, look for details how you can help. 

We are jammed packed with amazing programming, inspirational Shabbat services and uplifting Jewish cultural events. Take a look through this week’s Shabbat-O-Gram to see the incredible amount of offerings we have here at Temple Isaiah. Our wonderful community is growing and we want you to be part of it!!

Our Bereavement Group will start up again soon. More information to come. Please email me at if you would like to participate. 

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 Rededicaete.


Shabbat Shalom, 

Rabbi Steven Rosenberg





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

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!


Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah

for more information please contact:

Wendy Solomon 760-413-2629

Tue, March 28 2023 6 Nisan 5783