The Taos Jewish Center is dedicated to fostering a positive Jewish identity by providing programs and services that enrich the lives of the people it serves in Northern New Mexico. The Center is open to all who wish to explore and participate in these experiences that reflect and incorporate Jewish ethics, culture and observances.
 
     

March Shabbaton with Rabbi Paul
and Purim Celebration

Friday, March 10

5:30 PM Tot Shabbat : The Shabbat Tot Megillat Esther
6:00 PM Kabbalat Shabbat Pot Luck Dinner
7:00 PM Purim Play presented by TJC children
7:15 PM Kabbalat Shabbat

Saturday, March 11

10:30 AM Torah Study

7:00 PM Havdalah
Purim Party – Adults only, Please

Megillah Reading
Costume Contest at the end of the Megillah

There will be Hamantaschen!
Bring your favorite Wine, Beer, Bottle, Blender or Beverage!

Bring desserts and finger foods to share.


Chaverim of TJC
Meeting of Volunteers
Monday, March 6
5:30 PM

All are welcome

The Chaverim of the TJC can provide assistance and support to members of our congregational community,
such as rides to appointments, picking up groceries, prescriptions, borrowing library books, etc.

Send your request to tjc@newmex.com

Put "Chaverim" in the subject line.

 


TJC - B'Nai Shalom Community Seder
Tuesday, April 11
5:30 PM

You are cordially invited to attend the Annual Community Passover Seder. Our Seder will take place on the second night of Passover. It is a participatory service led by Rabbi Paul Citrin.

at St James Episcopal Church
208 Camino de Santiago, Taos, NM

More details to follow.


The University of New Mexico School of Law will host the highly acclaimed international exhibit,

“Lawyers Without Rights:
Jewish Lawyers in Germany
under the Third Reich”

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
through March 11, 2017 pm

the Forum at the Law School
1117 Stanford NE

Jewish lawyers under the Third Reich were one of the first populations to be targeted by the regime. While a sizable group emigrated, others went into hiding, ended up in jail, or worked in concentration camps.The fate of those judges and lawyers are highlighted in this exhibit. 

The Law School is launching the exhibit
with a reception and a talk
Tuesday, February 7 from 5:00 – 6:30 pm
in the Forum at the Law School.

At 5:30 pm, Regents Professor Sherri Burr http://lawschool.unm.edu/faculty/burr/index.php
will present,“Defining Others to
Justify Abolishing Legal and Human Rights:
Parallels between Jews in Nazi Germany and
Free Blacks in Colonial Virginia.”

Four hundred years of history reveal an ongoing
tendency of those who seize power with
evil intent to define groups as others, target them,
and systematically reduce or eliminate their
legal and human rights.
Burr posits that we must study
what happened to other groups in order to
avoid making the same mistakes now
and into the future.

The program is free and open to the public. 

This program has been approved by the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.0
General hours of credit. Free parking is available
in the Law School “L” parking lot.

“Lawyers Without Rights” will be available for viewing at the UNM Law School through March 11, 2017.

For UNM Law School building hours of operation
and parking,
see http://lawschool.unm.edu/about/building-hours.php.


"The Jews of Albuquerque in the
Twentieth Century:
Building Community along the Rio Grande"

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Through April 2, 2017

The organized Jewish community of Albuquerque has roots which go back over one hundred years. Though our community is one percent of the total population of the city, Jews have been leaders in business, law, medicine, as well as in the arts and inter-group relations. This exhibit will present highlights of the growth and development of the Albuquerque Jewish community in the context of events in our city and in the world during the twentieth century. The presentation will look at contributions made by many as well as present artifacts of Jewish life in home and synagogue.

"The Jews of Albuquerque in the Twentieth Century: Building Community along the Rio Grande" is a community history project that will be presented in the Keleher Gallery. The purpose of this exhibit is to demonstrate how Jews built community among themselves and in a larger and more diverse Albuquerque community. This exhibit will display photographs, artifacts, and Judaica and ritual celebratory Jewish life, among other items and feature speakers and performances of Jewish culture. 

Rabbi Paul Citrin worked to put this exhibit together. 



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