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My Legacy

At the end of Torah, Moses and God anticipated the inheritance of the Promised Land by the Jewish people. As Moses neared the conclusion of his life, he nervously cautioned and instructed the people as they prepared to move into Canaan without him. He sought to ensure, along with God, that everything would go well, and that the people would care for this sacred inheritance appropriately. 

Today, it is our responsibility to continue safeguarding our Jewish inheritance, including Temple Adat Shalom. Together as a caring community, we mark life cycle events both joyous and sad. In addition, we teach our children about our rich Jewish history, our deepest values and our treasured Hebrew language. As a congregation, we put our values into practice by engaging in Tikkun Olam, repairing the world and Gemilut Chasadim, acts of loving kindness. Temple Adat Shalom plays such a pivotal role in our lives that it is our ongoing responsibility to meet the increasing educational, cultural, social, pastoral needs for ourselves, our children and our grandchildren. 

The synagogue is the only institution that creates Jews. We need to be assured that our Temple's sacred space will be maintained; the vital and vibrant services and programming will be continued; and new innovative programming can and will be established. By making a bequest or other planned gift of any size to our Temple you will be doing your part to secure Temple Adat Shalom's future. There is very little, if anything, that lasts forever, but an endowment continues in perpetuity, year in and year out, and assures to future generations - l'dor v'dor - the legacy of a strong and vibrant synagogue in North County Inland. 

Consider leaving a legacy to Temple Adat Shalom. For more information, contact Steve Bernsen at 858.776.8644. 

Click here for TAS Book of Life video by Mark and Jeanne (Of Blessed Memory) Dillon. 

Mon, July 15 2024 9 Tammuz 5784