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Adat Shabbat
Fri.,  Feb. 12, 2016
6:00 PM
Fischlowitz Center

 

You won’t want to miss this warm and uplifting communal Shabbat experience. Our service takes place in the Fischlowitz Cultural Center, and includes dinner (chicken or vegetarian options), song, fellowship, and creative worship. Register online by clicking here or call the Temple Office, so we know how much food to prepare. There is no cost to attend, but your donations are gratefully accepted and will go towards the cost of our next Adat Shabbat in April. CLICK HERE if you are able to assist with cooking, set-up and/or clean up.

 

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Read the latest issue of our newsletter,
 The Shofar!

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Live-Stream our Friday night service (begins at 7:00 p.m.): CLICK HERE.

Havdalah and a Movie
Sat., Feb. 13, 2016
7:00 PM
Fischlowitz Center
- suggested $5 donation

This movie is a documentary romp through the history, mystery, and meaning of this great Jewish standard. Featuring interviews with Harry Belafonte, Leonard Nimoy, Connie Francis, Glen Campbell, Regina Spektor and others, the film follows the ubiquitous party song on its fascinating journey from the shtetls of Eastern Europe to the kibbutzim of Palestine to the cul-de-sacs of America. This film taps into universal themes about the importance of joy, the power of music, and the resilient spirit of our people. Following the movie enjoy dances performed by Barbara Birenbaum and students of her Israeli Folk Dancing class.
 

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See what our Preschoolers did on their recent field trip ... Watch this short two minute video of Ganon Gil going to the San Diego Children's Discovery Center.

 

 

 

Join us as we honor
Marty Teal
Recipient of the 2016 Kavod Award
at Friday Shabbat Services
(featuring Adult Choir)
February 19, 2016

 

 

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Order your 2016 Mah Jongg Cards from TAS Sisterhood.

 

Contact Debbie at rbmaven@gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Temple Adat Shalom!

Jewish Temple Adat Shalom Siddur Pray shabbat sanctuary

 

"I belong to Temple Adat Shalom because. . . 
it keeps me connected to my faith, my friends, and my community."

Founded in 1974, Temple Adat Shalom is the center for Reform Jewish life in North County Inland, San Diego. From our start as a small group of Jews seeking to create a progressive Jewish presence in the Rancho Bernardo area, our congregation has grown into a vibrant community with something for everyone. In the most essential Jewish tradition we are a House of Worship, a House of Learning, and a House of Gathering, offering our congregants many ways to engage with our Jewish faith, heritage, and people. Prospective members click here to learn more.  Find your reason to belong. . .

"I belong to Temple Adat Shalom because. . .
it is my home away from home--
the place I've celebrated happy times, 
and appreciated the support of friends
to make it through sad times."

Our approach to Judaism is grounded in tradition and seasoned with a modern, progressive sensibility. Worship services are joyful and full of music. Our engaging educational programs span from our Ganon Gil Early Childhood Center, to Mosad Shalom Religious School serving  grades K-12, to offerings for families and adults of all ages.

"I belong to Temple Adat Shalom because. . . 
it is inclusive and welcoming and 
a wonderful place
for children to grow within the Jewish community."

We welcome interfaith couples and families and those who are considering or in the process of conversion to the Jewish faith. We believe in engaging fully with our community, and offer many ways for our congregants to fulfill the mitzvah of Tikkun Olam (Healing the World).

Wherever you are in your Jewish journey, we will walk beside you and support you.

"I belong to Temple Adat Shalom because. . .
this is where we have found our Jewish family."

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our congregation, but more importantly, we invite you to come and experience the warm and welcoming community that is our home. Our doors are always open to you.

"I belong to Temple Adat Shalom because. . .
I want my children to know what it means to be Jewish 
and I want our family to be part of a community that strives to
live by the values that are most important to me."

Prospective members click here to learn more.  Find your reason to belong. . .

    

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