HAR-EL, MEMBER URJ, THE MODERN JEWISH EXPERIENCE

-A REFORM APPROACH. est. 2004

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  • Tu B' Shbat Interfaith Seder
  • Galen stepping out course at the Galen Palm Desert slide
  • Cantor Joe Gole leads music Shabbat slide
  • Gathering for group dinner prior to Cultural Performance slide
  • Summer Services in the chapel slide
  • Interfaith Tu BShvat seder
  • A little Early History of Har-El slide
  • First Interfaith Seder with S Margarets Episcopal Church
  • interfaith passover seder

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Har-El Congregation, Member, URJ

Services and Office at St. Margaret’s Episcopal

Church

47-535 Highway 74

Palm Desert, CA 92260

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C/o L. Zionts, Administrator

106 Piazza Perrone

Palm Desert, CA 92260 

Phone: (760) 779-1691

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Weekly Fall Shabbat Services Begin September 3 at 5:00 PM

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11:00 AM Conducted by Rabbi Zionts

September – October Torah Portions

September 11—Va-Yelech (Shabbat Shuvah)

September 18—Ha’azinu

September 25—Intermediate Shabbat of Succot

October 2—B’reisheet

October 9—Noach

October 16—Lech L’cha

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