Friday, March 11, 2011 


We're Sharing Shabbat together in our homes on Friday, March 11, and there is a seat reserved for you at the dinner table!!


Call your TBS friends and sign up to SHARE SHABBAT together!

Each home may be serving dinner at a different time, but each household will welcome Shabbat together by kindling the Sabbath Lights at 7:00 p.m.


For more information, contact Debbie Jankowski at (949) 559-8210.


Light the candles, say Kiddush, break challah, and enjoy a wonderful meal and evening with friends old and new.

Reserve your seat today!!


Shabbat Evening Services will also take place at TBS at 7:30 p.m.


Saturday, March 26, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. 


Join us for a revitalizing morning and pamper yourself with an array of Shabbat experiences for your Mind, Body, & Soul.  Start your day with an engaging study of Parashat Shemini and talk about the Torah's various dietary laws.  Breathe and bend to the morning liturgy in a refreshing Yoga service, and gather with your friends as we read from Torah together.  Top off your morning with a healthy Spa Lunch catered by Parties by Panache.


See the complete Mind, Body & Soul Shabbat Menu on the TBS Website. 

Reserve your space in the Services of your choice, and RSVP for lunch! 



Friday, April 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. 


Cantor David Reinwald in collaboration with Jewish recording artist and composer, Mark Bloom, are excited to bring Nefesh Shabbat to Temple Beth Sholom. 


Mark Bloom relentlessly continues to cook up spiritual recipes of rhythm, melody and harmony. His latest foray, Nefesh Shabbat (Soul of Shabbat), incorporates a diverse and eclectic range of styles that include world, Israeli, folk, pop and R&B. This Nefesh Shabbat will bring a different element of music to our service that is sure to be a soulful and  spiritually uplifting! You will not want to miss this special Shabbat.


"We nurture a community of prayer by inclusively shaping the ruach, while sustaining an elevated artistic level.  Whether by singing along, or simply taking in the synergy of the space, congregational rejuvenation of heart and soul has been the product of our labor and a consistent result."


Temple Beth Sholom

2625 N. Tustin Avenue

Santa Ana, CA 92705

714-628-4600 ~ www.tbsoc.com