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Conejo Valley Walk to End Genocide


Wals to End Genocide

Conejo Valley Annual Walk to End Genocide:
Sunday, May 7, 2017, 11:30 - 2:30, starting at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center

Register Today for this year's Annual Conejo Valley Walk to End Genocide. For more information, see the Event Info page.

2013-05-05 Walk to End Genocide Gazing

2013-05-05 Walk to End Genocide Tip The Scales

2013-05-05 Walk to End Genocide Youngest Volunteer

Join Temple Etz Chaim as we help to coordinate the Fifth Annual Conejo Valley Annual Walk to End Genocide in Thousand Oaks in Spring 2017. A number of local groups, including our parking lot neighbors at the United Methodist Church of Thousand Oaks, have agreed to co-sponsor this event with us.

If you would like to take a leadership role in the Walk, call the TEC office now!!

In 2016, we had 100+ members in our team, and raised $5,696!  Let's continue and improve upon this outstanding support and participation and make 2015 the new standard. Please watch for more information in the weekly email blasts, monthly bulletins as well as on the Temple website and in the announcements from the Bima, as the event nears.


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Caring Connections and More

I Care, We Care, TEC Cares!

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Bereavement Support Group: meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

Al-Anon in the Adult Lounge every Wednesday from 7:00-9:00PM.

Refuah Shelamah Requests: Can't make it to shul for a friend or loved one in need of a prayer for healing?  Send in any name you would like read at services (Shabbat, minyan or other) and a dedicated Temple congregant will stand and read the name. Just email your request to refuah.[email protected] with the details of the individual in need of healing. It is that easy and simple!  Because No one should be without a voice. 


Chai Lights

Parent and Me Classes - Wednesdays, 9:15 AM -10:30 AM. Storytime, art, music, Jewish traditions, crafts, and so much more.

Be The Change - USY Tzedakah campaign - Are you ready to be the change? Suggested donation of $5.

Argentenors Concert - There were lots of rehearsals, lots of email blasts, but it all came together when we saw our very own Hazzan Pablo Duek perform with his fellow Cantors at the Argentenors Concert! If you weren't able to attend, we've got your back. 


Celebrate Sukkot

Order your own Lulav and Etrog

Celebrate Sukkot and buy a Lulav and Etrog. Orders due by August 27th.




Women of TEC Judaica Shop

Visit the Women of TEC Judaica Shop at Temple Etz Chaim! We carry a wide selection of Judaica gifts for every occasion. Visit the Women of TEC Judaica Shop web page for hours and featured items!





Infant Care Now Registering!

Infant Care Now Registering!

Now Offering Full-time Infant Care from 3 months on. 

Small caretaker - child ratio.
Full Time Monday to Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm.
Space fills up fast, plan ahead and reserve your spot! To schedule a tour please contact the pre-school office at (805) 497-6852 or email us at [email protected].

Registration Form

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