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Our membership year begins in September; however, we welcome new members throughout the year.  For more information regarding membership, please call our office at 343-8227.

card vectorizedThis design, from an original papercut by Diane Palley, contains images that refer to the importance of sustaining our Nahalat Shalom community:

Rose: symbol of the Shechinah--the presence of holiness in our lives and world. Nahalat Shalom gives us a place to connect to the Shechinah in our lives.

Wheat: symbol of abundance and nourishment

Rose and wheat together: refers to the 1912 strike in Lawrence, MA whose slogan "Bread and Roses" still speaks to our needs today for both sustenance and beauty

Lion: symbol of the Jewish people

Roadrunner: symbol of our life here in New Mexico

Palm: part of the Lulav waved during Sukkot, the festival when we remember the fragility of our lives, homes and structures -- communal as well as physical

Hummingbird: refers to the vulnerability of each life as well as the life of our community

Water: the medium of life, which we are especially aware of in our beloved desert home

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Upcoming

26Apr
Wed Apr 26 @ 7:00AM - 08:30PM
LGBTQ Breaast Cancer Awareness
27Apr
Thu Apr 27 @ 4:30PM - 06:00PM
Cheder
28Apr
Fri Apr 28 @11:45AM - 01:00PM
Beyond the Torah
29Apr
Sat Apr 29 @10:00AM - 11:30PM
Minyan Service with Cantor Joann Rice
01May
Mon May 01 @ 5:30PM - 08:30PM
Va'ad Meeting
04May
Thu May 04 @ 4:30PM - 06:00PM
Cheder
05May
Fri May 05 @11:45AM - 01:00PM
Beyond the Torah

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