PJTC welcomes students and other visitors, and we invite you to participate with us in our religious services. We hope this introduction will provide you with the information you need to understand, feel comfortable, and get the most from your visit. Read More
Come for an evening of togetherness, song and prayer!
Join Judy Callahan, Director of B'nai Simcha Preschool for a half-hour Shabbat experience filled with music and movement for families with children age seven and under.
In this three-part series, Rabbi Grater will explore some of the highlights of the new Machzor, Lev Shalem, that PJTC is welcoming to our High Holy Day services for 5776/2015. Focusing on the major themes of the Holy Days, we will look at some of the ways this prayer book will enhance our experience, explore some of the creative translations, and highlight some of the fantastic commentary that makes Lev Shalem so wonderful. Join us for any or all of the classes and be inspired to dedicate books in honor of the ones you love!
No experience necessary. Bunco babes are welcome to bring appetizers or wine. Please RSVP by January 12 to Aty Rotter.
Mark Lavie will be visiting PJTC, in person, providing another up-to-the-minute report on the current situation in Israel and the Middle East. Mark will be reporting on the chaotic political situation in Israel, as well as Israel's relations with its neighbors in the Middle East. He'll also be discussing the latest edition of his book Broken Spring.
The Pasadena Jewish Temple & Center (PJTC) is a synagogue and community center affiliated with the Conservative Movement whose members observe a wide range of Jewish beliefs and practices.
PJTC is dedicated to perpetuating all aspects of Jewish life and to fostering a sense of Jewish identity among its members, both as individuals and as a community. The Temple provides an active house of prayer, education and assembly. PJTC seeks to include and accept all those who wish to worship, study, or develop cultural or social ties to Judaism and warmly welcome interfaith and non-traditional families into our community. The Temple provides an active house of prayer, education and assembly. PJTC seeks to include and accept all those who wish to worship, study, or develop cultural or social ties to Judaism and warmly welcome interfaith, LGBTQ and non-traditional families into our community.