The Taos Jewish Center (TJC)  is located at 1335 Gusdorf Rd # R
(just north of Este Es), Taos, NM 87571, USA.       (575) 758 - 8615



The Taos Jewish Center is a faith based non-profit 501c3, and is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico.


Rabbi's sermon, Erev Rosh Hashanah


Tashlich at Fred Baca Park,

TJC Kabbalat Shabbat,with Rabbi Judith HaLevy, Friday, Dec.13th,
5:45 candle lighting
, 6:00 pm, potluck, 7:00 pm Shabbat Service with Rabbi Judith.
Saturday, Dec. 14th, 9:30-10:30 am, TJC Minyan 10:30am-noon, Torah study, parashat Vayishlakh.


TJC Member Appreciation Wine & Cheese Tasting, Saturday, Dec. 14th, 4-6 pm.
Select wines & cheeses from Cid’s & The Cellar for your tasting pleasure.
Rob Lennick, the new Executive Director of the Jewish Federation of NM, will be speaking about
the role of the Jewish Federation in supporting the Jewish organizations in New Mexico.


TJC Chanukah Shabbat and a Movie, Friday, Dec. 27th, 6:00 pm, potluck & Chanukah celebration.   Latkes & fixings encouraged!
7:00 pm, When Jews were Funny, 89 minutes.

Interfaith Peace Chanukah, Sunday, Dec. 29th, 2019, 5:30-7:30 pm
at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino de Santiago (corner of Gusdorf)
Bring a menorah to light. There’ll be candle lighting, prayers, speakers from
various faiths & songs for peace. Everyone is welcome. It’s free, but please
bring nonperishable donations for the Shared Table, the Taos Coalition for
Homelessness & the St. James Food Pantry.

   -- Peace Chanukah is sponsored by B’nai Shalom Havurah, the Taos Jewish Center
& St. James Episcopal Church.

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Music on this website is sung by Laura Wetzler.

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 TJC is open to all who wish to participate in experiences that reflect and incorporate Jewish ethics, culture, and observances.

The Taos Jewish Center is not only "open to," but encourages diverse forms of Jewish practice, and we have no single affiliation -- we are not orthodox, nor reform, nor reconstructionist, nor conservative; we are all of those things, and SO MUCH MORE. 


Come join us and embrace the diversity and multiplicity of Judaism as practiced by those in our community.

Won't you?