Shabbat Observances

 

SHABBAT AT THE GORGE
WITH RABBI JUDITH!!!

Friday August 12th at 6:30pm

We have been waiting all summer for this very special Shabbat event. Join us, and bring your friends to our TJC Shabbat with a View! BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic:)-
We light candles and share a kiddush and picnic meal at 6:30pm,

followed by a special Shabbat service.
Not to worry about the rain, it will stop for Shabbat!

B'nai Shalom -- Friday, August 19th, 6:30 pm, on Zoom

TJC Shabbat -- Friday, August 26th, 6:30 pm, on Zoom

TJC Member Appreciation Brunch

Sunday, August 14th, 10 am - noon

Join us for Lox and Bagels, Knishes and Blintzes,

and good company!

RSVP to Gary Atias, 575-770-7669, atiastao@msn.com

Rabbi's sermon, Erev Rosh Hashanah

9/29/19

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Our raffle drawing for 11 outstanding prizes, to be drawn at the brunch.

Shown here are:

Lynard Stroud photo, Rio Grande Gorge

Gift parcel of skin care products by Private Select

David Borenstein painting, Rabbi

Anytime is TIME for gifts of food & Tzedakah.

Taos Organizations that Feed the Hungry    
The Shared Table, c/o El Pueblito United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 1302, El Prado, NM   87529  www.elpueblitoumc.org

The Taos Coalition to End Homelessness, P.O. Box 1516, Taos, NM   87571 www.taosmensshelter.org
St James Episcopal Church Food Pantry, 208 Camino de Santiago, Taos, NM   87571  www.stjamestaos.com
Taos Immigrant Allies, c/o B’nai Shalom Havurah, 810 Dillon Lane, Taos, NM   87571   www.taosimmigrantallies.org
Sin Fronteras, P.O. Box 531, Ranchos de Taos, NM   87557 (you can find them on Facebook)
HEART of Taos, P.O. Box 613, Taos, NM   87571    www.HEARToftaos.org

Help for Afghan Refugees in New Mexico  c/o B’nai Shalom Havurah, 810 Dillon Lane, Taos, NM   87571   Put “Afghans” on the memo line of your check
Neem Karoli Baba Ashram and Hanuman Temple 416 Geronimo Lane, Taos, NM 87571 www.nkbashram.org

Thank you for anything you can give.   No donation is too small. 

Action for Soviet Jewry was created in 1975 to help Jews living in the Soviet Union emigrate to the US and Israel. In recent years, they've renamed to Action for Post-Soviet Jews, as a non-profit organization dedicated to rebuilding the Jewish Community in Eastern Europe and providing general humanitarian aid to those in need.

They are working to help Ukranian Jews in these difficult times.  

Their web site is https://www.actionpsj.org/, where you can make a financial donation and learn about their work. At the link https://www.actionpsj.org/donate, you'll learn about new tax rules for charitable giving. For additional information, please get in touch with the office at  actionpsj@gmail.com   or 781-893-2331.

With much gratitude for your generous support. 
Debbie Kardon, Executive Director, Action for Post-Soviet Jewry

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Shamash Award to TJC  From the Jewish Federation of New Mexico's award letter: Mazel Tov! We are extremely proud of all of your hard work and dedication on behalf of our Jewish community. The energy, commitment and tenacity of TJC continue to add so much to the life and vitality of JFNM and our greater, regional Jewish community. 
On learning of the award, TJC board member Bruce Ross remarked,
"Wonderful ...It seems like we’re the first to be lit and now we need to continue to light others."

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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?

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