1:30-3:30pm Come and visit Temple Etz Rimon for our Annual Open House event on Sunday and meet our Rabbi, Karen Sherman and many of our members. Enjoy the food, music, festivities and fun. Learn more about our celebrations and congregational learning programs and the wide range of services we provide. Experience for yourself how Temple […]
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Temple Etz Rimon is celebrating a special summer Shabbat! Join Rabbi Sherman as she leads Shabbat services at Tamarack State Beach in Carlsbad. Bring your family, a picnic dinner, a dessert to share, beach chairs, blankets, and a jacket for a special sunset celebration. Shabbat Service will start at 6:00 pm with dinner to follow.
Saturday, September 16th 6:15pm Ice Cream Social 7:00pm Service 8:00pm Film Program Come Celebrate Selichot! How does one perhaps best begin teshuva (to repent) with the approach of the High Holidays? Is eating ice cream before a S’leichot service an ever so slight guilty indulgence? Come find out as Temple Etz Rimon celebrates Selichot […]
Join Our Temple Etz Rimon Community As We Celebrate the High Holidays… Celebrating as a Jewish community means including all those who wish to participate. We invite you to join our Temple Etz Rimon family in worship as we celebrate the High Holiday Days with Rabbi Sherman. Temple Etz Rimon is a Reform temple located in […]
“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 […]