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What's happening at Temple B'rith Shalom?

 Study Einstein and the Rabbi by Rabbi Naomi Levy with Rabbi Julie, at noon every Tuesday via Zoom. 

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 Would you like a drive-by visit from Rabbi Julie? Please let Jessica or Rabbi Julie know and we will make it happen!  

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Welcome to Temple B'rith Shalom's new website!

If you've landed on this page, you've succeeded in finding your way to our new website. While it is still a work in progress, we believe you'll find this site easier to use and full of useful information.

Please read more about the new site by following  this link. Suggestions? Please send an email to the Temple. 

Worship, meetings cancelled;  office is open  

We are so sad to close Temple B’rith Shalom for worship, meetings and other events, but, as difficult as this is, it is best for us right now to step back and all just let the dust settle and try first and foremost  to focus on taking care of ourselves and each other.

We are exploring ways to make sure that our community feels connected to one another despite the social distancing that is being imposed upon us for our own health and wellbeing. We still need each other, and we still need to feel deeply rooted and connected to community. So please stay tuned as your leadership team works on finding ways to stay in contact, whether it be, streaming services, phone tree, daily words from your Rabbi and home visits. 

During this time, the Temple office will remain open for normal business hours to answer questions you may have. Please call the office, Rabbi Julie  (928) 220-5020, or Jim Rubin (818) 987-6540  if you have questions or concerned.

Please be safe, take no chances and share your friendship with those in need. We can make it through anything.

Rabbi Julie Kozlow and Jim Rubin, President

About B'rith   Shalom

Temple B’rith Shalom is a small, egalitarian Reform congregation that welcomes everyone interested in Judaism. Interfaith families and LBGTQ members are welcome.

As the oldest congregation in the Quad City area, we seek to build bridges with the greater Prescott community and welcome all who are interested in learning about Judaism.

Temple B’rith Shalom's members come from the full spectrum of Jewish practice and belief. Most of the members have come to Prescott from elsewhere in Arizona and the greater United States and appreciate the fellowship and friendships found in a small Jewish community.

Learn more on the "About Us" page

Thu, July 2 2020 10 Tammuz 5780