Peninsula Temple Sholom is a Reform Jewish Congregation dedicated to meeting the spiritual, social and intellectual needs of its congregants. Together as an extended family with diverse Jewish backgrounds, we are committed to G-d, Torah and carrying on our Jewish traditions in a participatory, warm and nurturing environment.
Summertime and the Livin's Easy! Friday Evenings June 21, June 28, July 19, July 26, August 16, August 23, August 30, September 27
5:30 PM: Pre-Service Oneg 6:00 PM: Worship Service
Join us for special Shabbat evening services under the summer sky. We'll begin in the foyer at 5:30. to enjoy some delicious wine and hors d'oeuvres. Then, at 6:00. we'll move outside for an alfresco service in the courtyard. We'll finish with finger sandwiches and Oneg Shabbat treats. Come see how the prayer experience is enhanced when our voices are carried on a gentle summer breeze.
Camp Newman Shabbat - July 19
You and your family are invited to a wonderful Camp Newman Erev Shabbat on July 19 — led by our own Rabbi Feder!
4:00 Arrive At Camp 4:30 Tour of Camp 5:00 Director's Reception 5:45 Kabbalat Shabbat 6:15 Shabbat Services 7:15 Dinner, Singing, Dancing 9:30 Laila Tov
Looking for a job? Looking for employees? The PTS Employment Network is here for you. By maximizing appropriate connections within our PTS family, our goal is to help PTS members who are under/unemployed to get back to work.
What better way to wish family, friends and business associates a "Sweet and Healthy New Year" than sending a jar of honey?
This 8-ounce jar of delicious kosher honey arrives in time for Rosh Hashanah, decorated with a colorful label, and includes a personalized card reading "L'Shana Tova — Wishing you a Healthy and Happy New Year."
This card also lets the recipients know that a donation has been made in their honor to Sholom Women.
Your cost is $10.50 per jar which includes shipping and handling within the United States. We will gladly mail orders outside the United States for an additional fee.
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Support PTS with eScrip
There's an easy way to raise dollars for PTS - and it won't cost you a dime! Register your grocery-store club cards and credit cards with eScrip, and PTS earns every time you shop, courtesy of dozens of local participating merchants. Depending on where and how you shop, as much as 10% of the amount of your purchase can be credited to PTS!
Major participating merchants include Andronico's Market, Lundardi's Markets, Pak 'n Save and Safeway, Mollie Stone's, Lullaby Lane, Whole Foods Market, Trag's Market, Round Table Pizza, Lullaby Lane, Macy's, American Airlines, and many more! You can also shop online at the eScrip Online Mall, which has hundreds of brand-name merchants.
How do you sign up? It's fast, easy, and totally free.Just visit eScrip.com. Easy! Indicate that you'd like to support Peninsula Temple Sholom (group code 136556178). (If you also register your kids' schools, eScrip will automatically split the donation between your schools and PTS.)
Thank you for your support!
Help is More Than a Four-Letter Word
As a sacred community, Peninsula Temple Sholom is a sukkat shalom, a shelter of peace, for those in need of support during transitional moments in life.
Life is full of both challenges and blessings, and we are present to one another for the ups and the downs. Clergy and community members are here for you. Please let us know how we can care for you by communicating with our clergy or with Annie O'Keeffe, the PTS clergy executive assistant.
Although hospitals formerly communicated this information to us, due to current privacy laws we depend on you to let us know directly when you are in need of care. Hineynu: We are here for one another.