Congregation Ner Tamid is an egalitarian Conservative congregation with community of warm and welcoming people who come together to pray, celebrate, learn, and practice Tzedakah. We are a small and haimishe community where people come to help each other through life’s ups and downs and to form life long friendships. We are a mostly adult community but we welcome families with children and invite all children to participate in our service.

Our mission is to meet the diverse spiritual, religious educational and social needs of our members and to further the causes of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. We strive to build unity with our fellow Jews of all persuasions and affiliations and the community at large, in a spirit of love and respect.

We extend an invitation to you to visit our synagogue, to participate in our programs and activities, and to attend Shabbat and Holiday Services. We know that you will find Ner Tamid a place that will make you feel welcome.

Congregation Ner Tamid is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism [USCJ] - Northern California Region.

 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

Fridays 6:00 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv

Saturdays 9:30 PM
Shacharit, Torah Service and Musaf

Thursdays 9:30 AM
Weekday Minyan
Shacharit, Torah study and breakfast

 

CLASSES

Saturdays 8:45-9:30 AM
B’nai Mitzvah class for adults and children

(by appointment only)

Wednesdays 7:15- 8:30 PM
Watercolor Painting Class-All levels welcome

Thursday 9:30 AM
Torah Study Breakfast Group

 

 

   

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Ner Tamid's Newsletter

HaGesher

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"Poetry, Prayer, & Passion -

The Story of Jewish Worship"

On three Thursday mornings for our regularly-scheduled Torah Study, we'll take a little detour into the amazing journey of Jewish worship. How did the siddur (prayer book) come to be? How does the Torah influence the way Jews offer praise, petition and thanks? We'll enter the minds of the poets and rabbis who gave us their verbal "sacrifices," and gain new insight into "why Jews do what they do" when they enter the synagogue and pour out their hearts to the Creator.

January 5, 12, and 26*

Breakfast at 9:30 am,

class 10-11:30 am


These sessions are part of the

Adult Education series offered by

the Southside Collaborative.


*January 19 is the Southside Collaborative Lunch n' Learn,

which will be sponsored by and

held at Ner Tamid, with

Rabbi Danny Gottlieb speaking

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Congregation Ner Tamid

Women's Group

Invites You To The:

Jewish Film Club

Thursday, January 19, 2017

6:30 PM

Bring your family and friends!

Refreshments $6 per person

RSVPs requested to facilitate planning. Call the Office.

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~ Service Open To All ~

~ Dinner By Reservation Only ~

Congregation Ner Tamid

Discover Shabbat Dinner

Friday, January 27, 2017

6:00 PM

 

Thursday, January 19, 4 PM

Deadline for Dinner Reservations

Make your reservations by sending in your payment check today or calling the office to arrange payment by credit card.

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"Mussar" is a thousand-year-old Jewish tradition that answers the question, "Why should I be Jewish?" with an emphatic "Because Judaism has the power to transform your life for the good!" In this mini-course, we will learn to identify our individual "soul curriculum" and explore pathways for improving every aspect of our lives – work, relationships, mental health, even how we go shopping and tend to our daily needs, all using Jewish texts and teachings that span the centuries.

A four-part introduction to this life-long practice will be held

January 29, February 5, 12, and 26

9:45 - 11:00am

with coffee and goodies