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National Refugee Shabbat

A project of HIAS (Hebrew Immigration Aid Society) October 19, 2018 – 6:30 pm This national event is a meaningful opportunity to deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis and connect with the Jewish movement for refugees. Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Mai-Phuong T. Nguyen – As a child, Mai-Phuong was a refugee, fleeing from […]

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Shabbat Services: 75th Anniversary Weekend

November 2, 6:30pm Kicking-off of our 75th anniversary weekend, we welcome Shabbat with a walk through the past 75 years. Our service will celebrate our community and this exciting milestone with special readings and TBS memories throughout the years. Special appearance from our TBS choir and musical teaser from our February Players Theatre. Following services, […]

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Dr. Alissa R. Ackerman-Acklin, 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah 5779 – Hineini: Choosing to Live

2nd Day Rosh Hashanah Morning 5779 September 11, 2018 Dr. Alissa R. Ackerman-Acklin Hineini: Choosing to Live  “It is the human condition to experience pain and hardship in this world – hopefully, infrequently, but for some, in many of the moments of their lives… Ian MacLaren, a 19th century Scottish author and theologian, once […]

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Rabbi Cohen’s Erev Rosh Hashanah 5779 Sermon – Engaged or Empowered?

Erev Rosh Hashanah 5779 September 9, 2018 Rabbi Heidi M. Cohen Engaged or Empowered: How We DO Jewish  In 1943, during World War II, 25 families of Jewish merchants would gather together in downtown Santa Ana on Friday evenings for Shabbat services, establishing themselves as the first Jewish congregation in Orange County. They first […]

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Special Shabbat Speaker: Anat Hoffman, Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30pm

Temple Beth Sholom invites you to join us for a special Shabbat speaker: “If it Ain’t Broke – Break it” A Chronology of Jewish social activitsm.  This presentation will follow the great Jewish tradition of breaking the tablets.  Jew by birth, rebel by choice. Anat Hoffman became Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center […]

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