WORSHIP & EDUCATION
Services are held at 7:00 pm on the
First and Third Friday of each month.
For Holiday and Festival celebration dates and times, see Calendar and Events.
A curriculum based on the
teachings of Rabbi Sacks
Welcome to ‘Ten Paths to God’, a new 10-unit curriculum on Judaism and Jewish identity based on traditional sources and the teachings of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. This curriculum has been developed as a free resource that can be adapted and used by anyone involved in formal or informal Jewish education – in middle or high schools, for youth movements, on campuses, or as part of outreach organisations, synagogues and community centres.It can also be a resource for parents to learn one-on-one with their children if they wish, or even for individuals who just want to think deeper about Judaism.
I find the teachings of Rabbi Sacks to be most gratifying. Seeing this new course of study he has made available to all, for no cost, reinforces my belief that Rabbi Sacks is a righteous teacher and strives for the good of the Jewish community all over the world. I am excited to begin studying this series of classes, easily downloaded from rabbisacks.org (see link below). If you are a member or a guest of Temple Beth Am in San Jacinto, please let me know if you need help in accessing these materials. I look forward to this learning and hope you find it of interest as well.
or the image below for access to Rabbi Sacks free course of study.
Temple Beth Am is An Unaffiliated
Jewish Synagogue Serving the San Jacinto Area
Passover Seder 2020
Join us Wednesday April 8th at 7pm for our Passover Seder at Temple Beth Am in San Jacinto.
Tickets are just $20.00 (twenty dollars) and includes use of a Maxwell House Haggadah during the service. Also included in the ticket price is the Seder feast, including hot dinner, sweet dessert, and hot and cold beverages.
Wednesday April 8th is the first night of Passover and we hope you will join us on this special night at 7pm.
P U R I M 2020
Join us on Monday March 9th at 6pm
to hear The Book of Esther read by
Hazzan Gene Reiver.
There will be light refreshment and treats provided. There will be wine available for the adults, but we encourage you to bring a bottle to share if you are able. Temple Beth Am provides this joyous holiday service at no charge, but donations to the building fund will be gladly accepted. We hope to see you there and hear your voice as we drown out the name of wicked you-know-who!