The men and women of our congregation are invited to participate in the first ever North County Challah Bake on October 26th! This year the Challah Bake has moved even closer to our temple and will take place at Chabad of Oceanside, 1930 Sunset Dr., Vista at 5:30pm. The cost is $5 […]
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Don’t Miss Our Shabbat San Diego Dinner! October 27, 2017 5:30 pm Join our temple members, guests and their families as we come together with Jews in more than 900 cities in 95 countries across the globe, all celebrating International Unity Shabbat. As part of the largest community unity event in the history of the […]
Members and guests joined together for Shabbat and a joyous Simchat Torah celebration. The Torah scrolls were taken from the ark, and danced around the synagogue with great music and flags waving! The entire Torah was opened, wrapping around the sanctuary and carefully held by all. Rabbi Sherman […]
With an invitation by the Sisterhood in hand, our congregation, friends and family brought their lunches to join together for lunch in the Sukkah! Everyone enjoyed the gathering and and shared their delicious desserts! Don’t forget to join us next year!
Our members and guests celebrated Sukkot under the stars in our Sukkah! Rabbi Sherman led a special Sukkot service as we shook the lulav and inhaled the fresh scent of the etrog. After services, we all joined for our annual Pizza-in-the-Hut feast. It seemed that everyone still had room to enjoy the all the apple desserts are members and guests brought to […]
Temple members & guests stepped up for the San Diego community! With the help of our TYGER youth group, all donated items were put into categories and counted. I am excited to share some incredible numbers with you. Susan Pack, Hand Up Chair Here are the totals: 287 Canned good (soups, pasta sauces, veggies, fruits, […]
“Talmud Torah K’neged Kulam” – the study of Torah is equivalent to all the other mitzvot Torah study in our tradition refers not only to Torah (the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Five Books of Moses); it refers also to all the rabbinic and midrashic texts, commentaries, and other teachings that have […]
“It is a tree of life to all who grasp it, and whoever holds on to it is happy; its ways are ways of pleasantness, and all it paths are peace.” (Proverbs 3:17-18) Ever have questions about the weekly parasha (Torah portion)? Join longtime temple member Marilyn Clement on Saturdays after our Shabbat morning service. […]
If this is something you have been thinking about, your opportunity is coming! Temple Etz Rimon would like to start a new Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah class beginning in the fall of 2016. Classes meet 2-3 times per month in preparation for the B’nai Mitzvah in the spring of 2018. If you would like to […]