Tuesday, June 14 on Zoom

Art and the Second Commandment

Next up in our Continuing Education series, Ellen Zieselman explores Jewish art-making. The second commandment says, "do not make graven images and bow down to them." We will explore how the Jewish people have created art nonetheless.

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Rabbi No. 2, Marc Chagall, 1914 - 1922

Shabbat Services Every Saturday at 10 am MST
Hybrid of Onsite and Online Services 

Onsite Shabbat morning services take place at our new home in the Upper Sanctuary of Temple Beth Shalom, 205 E. Barcelona Rd, Santa Fe 87505

 

Everyone attending onsite must be fully vaccinated including the booster. Masks required. Seating is physically distanced. The service is also available on Zoom. info@hamakomtheplace.org to receive the Zoom link.

 

Pre-registration is required for onsite attendance by sending a photo of your vaccination card to info@hamakomtheplace.org. 

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A Community of

Heart, Mind, and Spirit

Welcome to HaMakom, a Jewish community that nourishes heart, mind, and spirit, fostering belonging through deep and joyful Jewish practice.

 

We honor both tradition and renewal; heart-opening music; learning in community; and tikkun olam, compassion in action. HaMakom values and practices inclusion and diversity; members from every generation, walk of life, and level of observance feel at home here.

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Contains all the links for services and events

 

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HaMakom means “The Place.”

It is one of God’s names. Like the tent of Abraham, our door is open. Please experience our Shabbat services, holiday celebrations, continuing education programs, and other activities, and when you’re ready, consider a membership in our spirited community.

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Shabbat in HaMakom's new sukkah, October 2019

— Arlene Goldbard

When I moved to New Mexico three years ago, HaMakom opened its doors wide, inviting me into spiritual community. I love the warmth, diversity, and human scale of this congregation. My heart lifts every time I enter the sanctuary for Shabbat services and see welcoming smiles on so many faces. Please join us and see for yourself!

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