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Welcome to HaMakom
HaMakom Means “The Place”
It is one of God’s names.
We are a community of lovingkindness guided by Jewish principles. We are not exactly a synagogue nor a chavurah. We are a community that wants to draw near to God through prayer, i.e. developing a relationship to the numinous; learning that helps us to discern between ego and God; and tikkun olam, the way to turn compassion into action.
Our services are a renewal of traditional practices that weave prayer, learning, singing, and conversation to create religious experience.
HaMakom is welcoming to all. We welcome you to attend our Shabbat services, holiday celebrations, lectures, and other activities. Consider a membership in our spirited community.
Bring beverages and desserts- and your menorah if you have one! Those wishing to participate in a White Elephant gift exchange- please bring a wrapped gift ($5-$10 value.)
For location and other inquiries, please contact Debora Avren: 505 474 3622/ firstname.lastname@example.org .
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- Shabbat Mornings
- Other Services and Learning
- Weekly Reader
- Other Activities
- THE LIVING HAVE TO LIVE (Erev Rosh Hashanah sermon, 5774)
- ANGELS, DEVILS, HEAVEN, AND HELL (Rosh Hashanah morning sermon, 5447)
- WHO WILL SAY KADDISH FOR ME? A Meditation on Memory, Legacy, and Love (Kol Nidre sermon, 5447)