Kabbalat Shabbat Service 

This Friday Evening, September 20 at 6:30 PM

Welcome Shabbat with song and joy,
followed by potluck Oneg at 7:30 PM

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service at 9:45 AM

Musical Shacharit followed by Torah service at 11:00 AM.
Torah discussion around 11:45. Service ends at 12:30 PM
followed by a community Kiddush potluck luncheon.
Please bring a kosher/vegetarian dish to share.

This Shabbat Morning, September 21
Parshat: Ki Tavo
When You Enter
Selichot Observance
This Saturday evening, September 21 at 7:30 PM
At the home of Karen and Phil Milstein
13 Blue Jay Drive  

Dessert potluck, Havdallah, forgiveness and reflection practice in preparation for the High Holidays, concluding with brief Selichot service and changing the Torah garments to white. 

We can provide transportation for those in need of a ride.  info@hamakomtheplace.org   505-992-1905

Please Join Us For Wonderful High Holiday Services!

We are blessed to have Hazzan Cindy Freedman leading HaMakom High Holiday services for the 16th year with special guest Rabbinic Pastor Miryam Levy for Rosh HaShanah, and guest Rabbi Fern Feldman for Yom Kippur.

All High Holiday services will be held at
Unitarian Universalist Congregation
107 W. Barcelona at Galisteo unless otherwise noted**
The sound system at UU is equipped with audio enhancement for hearing aids.

Erev Rosh HaShanah, Sunday, 29 September, 7:00 pm  dipping apples
Rosh HaShanah Day One, Monday,
30 September 9:30 am
Tashlich at the river 4:00 pm (details to be announced
Rosh HaShanah Day Two **
Tuesday, 1 October, 9:30 am (outdoors in the garden at Beit Tikva)

Kol Nidre, Tuesday, 8 October, 7:00 pm
Yom Kippur, Wednesday, 9 October,
Shacharit Service 9:30 am
Afternoon Service 3:45 pm
Yizkor Service 5:15 pm
Neilah Service 6:00 pm
Community Break the Fast 7:15 pm
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Thank you to all who have sent in membership renewals and we look forward  to receiving all membership renewals before Rosh HaShanah.

High Holiday ticket reservations for non-members should be received 
before Rosh HaShanah.

We welcome all new members and those who are about to become new members!

Deadline to have names of loved ones submitted for Yom Kippur Yizkor is October  1. Suggested donation is $18 per name.

For High Holiday ticket information, membership renewal, or to become a new member, visit  www.hamakomtheplace.org or call 505-992-1905

We look forward to welcoming all to our beautiful services.
Everyone is welcome and sliding scale is available for all.
To make financial arrangements:  info@hamakomtheplace.org  or call 505-992-1905


American Ghost: A Family's Extraordinary History 
on the  Desert Frontier  by Hannah Nordhaus 
(great-granddaughter  of Julia Staub).
La Posada-"place of rest" was once a grand Santa Fe mansion. It belonged to Abraham and Julia Staab, who emigrated from Germany in the mid-nineteenth century. After they died, the house became a hotel. And in the 1970s, the hotel acquired a resident ghost-a sad, dark-eyed woman in a long gown. Strange things began to happen there: vases moved, glasses flew, blankets were ripped from beds. Julia Staab died in 1896 but her ghost, they say, lives on.

The book club will meet at 4PM on Monday, September 23.

If All the Seas Were Ink: A Memoir
by Ilana Kurshan
Winner of the 2018 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature and the 2018 Sophie Brody Medal for achievement in Jewish literature
2018 Natan Book Award Finalist
Finalist for the 2017 National Jewish Book Award in Women's Studies

The book club will meet at 4 PM on Monday, November 4.

2019 Membership Directory to be printed this Fall.

We need your assistance in securing advertising
for the publication. Reach out to the community!

Download the letter to present to your favorite professional or business.

Download the ad form to present to your favorite professional or business.


Tillie Rosen
grandmother of Linda Schoen-Giddings
Irving Schrager
father of Barry Schrager



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Jennie Shamas


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Sunday, October 6 at 1:30 PM at Rivera Memorial Gardens Cemetery 
417 Rodeo Road 
To remember and honor the memory of deceased family and friends. It is customary for Jews to visit the cemetery on the Sunday before Yom Kippur. This year we will consecrate the newly expanded dedicated Jewish cemetery section and unveil 12 new Remembrance Plaques. It is always a meaningful occasion of remembrance. This event is held under the auspices of the Jewish Community Council of Northern New Mexico. All are welcome - please invite family and friends.

Jewish Care Program Job Opening
Social Services Manager, Santa Fe Office 

Have a passion to serve or a skill to share? Please  contact us  if you are interested in serving on our board!   Join us  and reap the  benefits  of serving your  community.
Please contact us  at  info@hamakomtheplace.org

All services are held at Congregation Beit Tikva unless otherwise noted. Address is 2230 Old Pecos Trail. Mailing address is PO Box 6777, San ta Fe, NM 87502. Phone 505.992.1905.

Respecting the health and well-being of our members, we ask that you refrain from wearing all scented body oils,  fragrances, cremes, and hair products to services. Todah rabah.
New Security Procedure
Anyone arriving after 11:00 am will be able to gain building access by ringing the front doorbell. Latecomers will see a sign posted by the door with simple entry instructions.  

HaMakom at Beit Tikva
2230 Old Pecos Trail