During the High Holy Days, the Kehilla community focused on the theme of immigrants and refugees and heard inspiring words from our spiritual leaders and congregants about our duty to welcome and love those newly arrived in our midst. The Immigration Committee hopes to provide our community with tangible ways to support immigrants and […]
High Holy Days 5777/2016 ~Seeking Shelter in the Days of Awe: Immigrants and Refugees, Longing and Home
by Rabbi Dev Noily In March of this year a group of Kehilla members working on immigration issues called a meeting to connect people in our community who are involved in all kinds of work and service with immigrants and refugees, and the laws and policies affecting them. Here are some of the ways people […]
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A Report from the the Economic Justice Committee, the Accompaniment Teams and the Immigration Committee
Kehilla’s Accompaniment Teams Last year at Kehilla’s Passover Seder, Reverend Deborah Lee of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (IM4HI) spoke about the thousands of undocumented minors and young families fleeing poverty and violence in their own countries and arriving in the U.S. seeking protection and safety. The Nueva Esperanza project of IM4HI was established […]
A group of Kehilla members who are involved in many different aspects of immigration-related work or refugee support met on March 31st to share information and to inaugurate this new Kehilla committee with a heartfelt Shehecheyanu. The purpose of the committee is to provide mutual support for the work we are each doing […]