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
Tuesday, December 2
12:30 - 7:00 PM, Social Hall
The need for blood is ongoing, please help us be prepared. All blood types are always welcome! To sign up contact Stacy Miller. Donors will receive a certificate for a free pint of ice cream courtsey of . Eat and drink plenty of water and bring a picture ID.
Wednesday, December 3
The Adult Education and Israel Committee are pleased to bring this nine-video lecture series to the PJTC community. Please join us for video lectures featuring Rabbi Donniel Hartman, text study, and lively group discussions as we explore the Jewish values and ideas at the foundation of our relationship with Israel.
The lecture series, led by Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater provides relevant, contemporary approaches to the most urgent challenges facing the Jewish people today. Each video can stand by itself as a wonderful learning experience. One need not attend all nine to benefit. For more information click HERE. RSVP to Debi Bunting.
Rabbi Grater and Cantor Ruth will be joined by the "Nava Tehila" musical prayer leaders for a Shabbat morning of music, song, and the ecstatic celebration of prayer, Psalms and Song of Songs. To see and hear a sample of their music click HERE..
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.