RNA bike.jpgOur very own Rabbi Neil is training for the Tour de Acoma, a 100-mile bike ride that will raise funds for our community. Check out his blog at www.rabbineil.com to follow his progress and to learn how to support him in this epic fundraiser.

Or, just go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/655G575 to pledge.

Upcoming Kulanu Sessions:

Kulanu needs you! This community development process
will help us to define a vision for the future of TBS.
Your next opportunity for participation is:

Saturday, July 23

Potluck after morning services
Followed by discussion, 12:00 - 1:30pm (Social Hall)

The topic will be "In and Out" addressing welcoming and inclusion).

Questions? Contact Rabbi Neil at rabbineil@gmail.com.

Sunday, July 31, 9:00 am
Ritual Forum
"Preparing for the High Holy Days"

Commemorate Tisha B'Av
with Havdalah and a special presentation

Join us on Saturday, August 13, at 8:00 pm for

Speaker Bernice Steinhardt will connect the art of
her mother, Holocaust Survivor Esther Nisenthal Krinitz,
to present day immigration.

And join Rabbi Neil on Sunday, August 14 at 9:00 am
to play “The Siege of Jerusalem”

medium_New Picture (1).pngWednesday, August 31st at 7:00 pm
at the home of Meryl and Erich Marchand
Performance followed by champagne and dessert
Tickets are $40

In a benefit performance for Temple Beth Shalom, Sally-Jane Heit will prove that "Everything Old Is New Again" (ask her plastic surgeon). Through her own cast of
characters – single and married, old and young, and everything in between, Sally-Jane irreverently, dramatically, musically and in technicolor proves her point. She will be accompanied by pianist Bert Dalton.

Sally-Jane Heit has an impressive list of theatre, film, television and cabaret credits. She wants you to know she can be googled (is that legal?). Visit her website at www.sallyjaneheit.com.

Click below to purchase tickets online.

Tickets may also be purchased by sending a check to the Temple Office.

Sunday August 14, 9 am – 3 pm

Is your garage so full that your car is parked in the driveway? Are your closets bulging?
No space for a yard sale? Come join ours!
We’ll provide the table -- you bring the stuff!
$25 for a table (you can share with a friend).

Pre-payment reserves your spot: drop by the office with a check or cash before August 8. Space is limited, so don’t delay.

Want to help organize the event? Just give us a call!

Rabbi Neil's Sermon

July 1, 2016

Rabbi Neil speaks about Living in Fear
Shelach Lecha Sermon 2016 - Living in Fear.pdf (27.38 KB)

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Services & Study This Week

Friday, July 22
6:00 pm Sangria Shabbat in honor of the 2nd anniversary of the Amswych family's arrival
6:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service - oneg sponsored by Bobbie Ferrell in honor of Creativity for Peace Staff & Campers

Saturday, July 23
9:00 am Torah study with Bagels, Lox, and Coffee, SH
10:30 am Morning Service

Monday, July 25
8:00 - 9:00 am Monday Morning Minyan and Study, US