Hope in a Challenging Time

by Rabbi Burt Jacobson I offered the following message about hope at this year’s community seder, and I wanted to share it with the entire community. Having grown up during […]

Kehilla Becoming a Sanctuary Synagogue

Learn about Kehilla’s deepening commitment to sanctuary with the following links: Rabbi Dev’s Article in the April Kol Kehilla: Kehilla’s Deepening Sanctuary Work in Our Season of Liberation Kehilla Spiritual Leaders’ […]

Expanding Our Social Justice Work Through Sanctuary

Posted by on Apr 25, 2018 in Announcements | No Comments

Greetings Kehilla! We are writing to update the community on a journey led by our Immigration Committee’s Sanctuary Task Force over the last two years. As you may remember, the […]

Kehilla Community Synagogue Questions and Answers on Sanctuary

Posted by on Apr 25, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments

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The Full Guide to Counting the Omer

Click here for a PDF version of the booklet Sefirat Ha’Omer

New Energies at April’s Let Our People Go Protest

Posted by on Apr 18, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments

by Sam Davis At last month’s Let Our People Go protest at the Richmond jail (also known as the West County Detention Facility), the 150 people gathered were so moved […]

Immigration Committee Announcements

Cleaning Services  One of Kehilla’s accompaniment teams has been working with an immigrant who has started to work cleaning houses. If you are in need of such assistance, it would […]