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TBD Sunday Morning Mindful Meditation Group meets from 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM. No experience necessary. Call Victor Herzfeld at (626) 975-5235 or email for more information.

TBD Food Drive Temple Beth David donates food to Foothill Unity Center throughout the year. Please bring donations whenever you come to Temple.

Torah Study with Bill Finn
Sunday, March 1 at 10:00 AM

Laugh and learn at a Torah class that's for everyone.

Whether you are learned, ignorant, religious, or agnostic,
you will enjoy Bill's unorthodox approach.

Using science, archeology, as well as traditional commentaries,

Bill teases out the meaning of ancient passages and applies it to our modern life.


Bill's Torah commentaries can be read at
Family Fun Night Purim Festival
Saturday, March 7th
from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Please contact the Temple Office at (626) 287-9994 for reservations
and 50/50 raffle tickets.

Megillah Reading - Music/Songs - Costumes - Homentaschen

Family Fun Night Purim Festival

Live and Silent Auction, Bingo and raffle

Delicious dinner, dessert, drinks, fun and games!

Cost is $10.00 per person or $28.00 per family

*All proceeds will go to Religious School Scholarships
through the Barbara Ellison School fund.
Sunday Morning Breakfast
Kreplach and Wontons
The Jewish-Asian Connection
Sunday, March 15 at 9:30 AM

Morning Breakfast at 9:30 AM

Asian breakfast and brunch cuisine will be served! Join us for a lively discussion
as we learn more about the Asian culture and welcome all into our community.

We'll listen and learn from temple member Aaron Cass, who will speak
about growing up at TBD in a bicultural family.
TOT Shabbat
Friday, March 20 at 6:30 PM

Please join us as Cantor Schwartz and Rabbi Lachtman create a
fun musical service for the young children and their families.

TOT Shabbat at 6:30 PM

A snack will be provided after the service.
Passover Seder - No Dinner Donation Required
Friday, April 3 at 6:30 PM


In every generation, a new pharaoh arises to oppress.

In our generation, every Jew must work to preserve freedom for others

Let all who are hungry come and eat.

We, a community appreciative of our own freedom, share the Passover ritual

Enjoy the traditional foods, readings and songs

No dinner donation required
Rather, we ask $28.00 per person from those who can afford to donate.

We are grateful for the generosity of some that allows us to offer a free Seder for those who normally could not attend.

Reservations required, please contact the temple office to RSVP at (626) 287-9994.

If you need a ride, we will make every effort to arrange for a volunteer to pick you up.

Your dinner ticket will arrive with an optional donation envelope.

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