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Please note that due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) concerns, we have canceled all services and activities for the time being. We are posting updates & videos to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/nertamidsd). Please connect with us there! We hope you and

Rabbi Sammy is sending out words of Torah, connected to current events three times a week. If you would like to receive those emails and aren't currently, please contact us by phone (858) 777-0256 or email: info@nertamidsd.org.Stay connected!

SHARE YOUR SIMCHA

                                  

SHARE YOUR SIMCHA!

COVID-19 Update: While our space is physically closed, we still want to share your simcha with you! Give us a call and let us know what's going on! We'd love to share it in our weekly newsletter.

Do you have something amazing in your life that you want to share with your Ner Tamid family? When life affirming events occur we want to share our good fortune with others!

New baby in the family? Job promotion? Birthday or Anniversary Milestone? We at Ner Tamid want to know and help you celebrate your Simcha.

Consider hosting or contributing to an Oneg or Kiddush. How about an Aliyah from the Bimah or announcement in the Peak? There are so many ways to share your joy and good fortune. 


Want to find out more? Call the office at 858-777-0256.

Make it your personal mitzvah to share your simcha and spread the happiness a little further.

 

Our New Torah Dedication Event - April 5, 2019

We had a wonderful TORAH DEDICATION on Friday April 5th! Community Shabbat is a special event on its own and on that special Friday we had a momentous reason to celebrate!

We had a joyous Kabbalat Shabbat service followed by a procession of singing and dancing to welcome our new Sefer Torah into our sanctuary!

 
Judy Shemirani, Malka Shemirani, and Shuly Rokach supplied a wonderful dinner that followed the installation and service.

We thank them all for their generosity.

 

 

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We are a community where tradition is felt, compassion practiced, nature appreciated, perspective gained, and friendships formed. Through services and the study of Torah, through activities and social gatherings, through the Learning Center, we rise to our higher selves, individually and together.

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