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High Holy Days - Erev Rosh Hashannah: 8:00*pm September 24th.

Morning Service - 10:00 am September 25th -
Tashlich and brown bag lunch at Lake Redding Park - 1:00pm

Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre service - *8:00 pm Oct 3rd (remember - no Oneg - we're fasting!)

Morning - 10:00 am break approx 1:00pm
Resume - 5:30pm click to see schedule for more details
* Later start time

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 Temple Beth Israel is a friendly, diverse, welcoming community in True northern California: we come from many streams of Judaism and many different backgrounds.


BStorahWe want to build a community based on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, a Jew by birth or by choice.

We value the qualities that makes each of divine, each of us unique.

We are small which means while we lack many of the things that larger congregations take for granted, what we do have is:

  • a sense of family - we know each other by name
  • invlovement in our community - many of our members jump in with both feet into some aspect
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  • tolerance - as a small minority in our community we reach out and engage our non-Jewish neighbors and they to us as we explore areas of commonality and share traditions
  • intimacy with our rabbi - our rabbi is not some distant figure whose hand you shake as you leave services, you can schmooze over baklavah at an oneg, join in an animated Torah study, or you and can even have the rabbi over for dinner!
  • humor - we're Jewish, what else would you expect!

Temple Beth Israel is an outpost of Judaism in Shasta county: a place where you and your family can build a strong Jewish identity. 

At TBI you'll never get lost in the crowd!

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Photo Gallery

gallery Take a look at different events, occasions, and ‘happenings’ here at our synagogue. Our Mitzvah Day celebrations, Tikkun Olam, simchas and special occasions!

Book Club

book clubThe TBI book club meets bi-monthly in various members' homes. Join us for thought provoking, often lively, conversations. The books we read are varied- from fiction to poetry, but all revolve around a Jewish theme. Books are chosen by the group over the summer.

Bet Sefer

bet sefer

Our Bet Sefer is a place where children K-7th grade learn about Jewish traditions, customs, and holidays, as well as learning to read Hebrew. It is open to all children K-8.

Social Action

garden sqFulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam, repairing the world, our community donates to a number of local and international causes.

Upcoming Events

DEC
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Dec.17.2014
Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)

DEC
18

Dec.18.2014
Hanukkah II

DEC
19

Dec.19.2014
Hanukkah III

DEC
20

Dec.20.2014
Hanukkah IV

DEC
21

Dec.21.2014
Hanukkah V

DEC
22

Dec.22.2014
Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet

DEC
23

Dec.23.2014
Hanukkah VII

DEC
24

Dec.24.2014
Hanukkah VIII

MAR
5

Mar.05.2015
Purim (Tel Aviv)

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