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Descendants of New Mexico Conversos will speak with the voice of one family
When: Sunday, August 28
Where: Temple Beth Shalom
205 E. Barcelona
Santa Fe 87505
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Suggested Donation: $10
Speakers: Maria Apodaca, Daniel Diaz Huerta, Bianca McDermott, Sonya Loya, Isabelle Sandoval
Moderator: Linda Goff, NMJHS President
cosponsored by the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society,
Nahalat Shalom and Temple Beth Shalom
Click on 'Live Streaming' to the left to see the talk.
For more information: 505.474.5221 or firstname.lastname@example.org
pictured above: Isabelle Sandoval
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.
Our 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.
July 1, 2016
Rabbi Neil speaks about Living in Fear
Shelach Lecha Sermon 2016 - Living in Fear.pdf (27.38 KB)
Erev Rosh Hashanah falls on October 2 this year and we look forward to seeing you then and at all our High Holy Day services. Click here to see the full schedule.
Tickets for members in good standing will be mailed the middle of September. Please remember that security procedures will be in place and it is important that you have your tickets with you when you arrive at services.
If you are a member of Temple Beth Shalom and plan to attend services at another URJ congregation, you will need a reciprocal seating form. Just call the office with the name and fax number of the congregation you plan to attend. We will take care of the rest.
Guest tickets may be purchased from the Temple, but we urge you to encourage those who are local to become Temple members. The guest of member category is intended to benefit our regular Temple members who are entertaining visiting family or friends during the High Holy Day season. They are not to be purchased for the use of local Santa Fe residents.
Click here to purchase tickets for your out-of-town guests.
Click here to purchase non-member tickets. Non-members may also purchase tickets at the door.
The cost of High Holy Day tickets can be applied to membership until the middle of December. Just call the office for information.
Visitors to Santa Fe who attend another URJ synagogue can obtain tickets by asking their home congregation to send a reciprocal form.
Childcare will be available during High Holy Day services, but you must pre-register. E-mail email@example.com for information and to register.
During High Holy Day services, our parking lot is reserved for the elderly and handicapped. If you don’t want to park on the street, you can park at St. John’s Methodist Church (corner of Barcelona and Old Pecos Trail) or at Immanuel Lutheran Church next door to the Temple. Do not park on the smaller side streets such as Seville or Madrid so as not to block access for emergency vehicles. Do not leave valuables in your car.
Friday, August 26
6:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service with Friday Night Live! - oneg sponsored by the 8th Grade Families in honor of Anna Wechsler's Bat Mitzvah
Saturday, August 27
9:00 am Torah study with Bagels, Lox, and Coffee, US
10:30 am Morning Service - Anna Wechsler will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah
Monday, August 29
8:00 - 9:00 am Monday Morning Minyan & Study