Shabbat Services Cancelled to Protect Community Health
Shabbat morning services remain cancelled until further notice. Beyond that, all in-person events are cancelled until we are notified it is safe to gather again.
We will continue to assess the situation as the days go by and respond from a place of precaution, protection and patience.
Please follow guidelines for good health and community safeguarding.
Wishing all restful and sweet Shabbats at home. May all who are sick be healed. May all who are well stay well. And may we hold this time in awe and in love, as a community, hardwired for healing, compassion, and care.
Tuesday, May 26, 7 pm
The Power of Words—
The Power of Silence
Next in our Continuing Education Series, this class presented by Rabbi Harry L. Rosenfeld will use texts found in Jewish Ethical Values by Dr. Byron Sherwin and Dr. Seymour Cohen, and The Wisdom of Solomon and Us by Rabbi Marc D. Angel. We will look at what Jewish tradition teaches us about both the power of speech and the power of silence. When is it better to keep silent? How does what we say or refrain from saying define us?
All texts will be provided. The class will be conducted via Zoom.
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.
Service & Dinner
6:30 pm Every Third Friday
Followed by Potluck Shabbat Dinner at 7:30 PM
Welcome Shabbat with joy and song!
Bring your friends!
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.
— 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!
Shabbat in HaMakom's new sukkah, October 2019