Jon and Karen are Kehilla Immigration Committee members who will be providing Dora, who holds Temporary Protected Status (TPS), with housing while she pursues her immigration case in the courts, seeking the right to remain in the US permanently. Dora has held Temporary Protected Status (TPS) since 2001, but the current Administration is seeking to […]
As reported by Catherine Lyons: Julie is a recipient of the Mildred Parish Massey Legacy Award from Congresswoman Barbara Lee. This award is in honor of Congresswoman Lee’s late mother, a fierce champion for justice and equality. Julie will be honored at an event the afternoon of Saturday May 11. Not surprisingly, Julie only very […]
Rimonim New Liturgy Project Seeks Short Term Volunteers This is Aurora Levins Morales, a resident poet of Kehilla. You’ve heard me read my work during services for years. Now, other synagogues are using my poetry, too, and asking me to write pieces for them. While it’s fun and rewarding, it’s a disorganized and mostly unpaid way to […]
Dear Kehilla Community, We all want to do what we can to help secure a happy and healthy future for our precious Norah who is living with Fanconi Anemia. (See NorahNeedsYou.com for more information.) AND there IS something that you can do right now that will hugely increase our chances of finding a match for […]
We’re excited to be working on getting Kehilla’s kitchen more organized and to build community in that space once again! Interested in joining the effort? We’d love to have you! It’s a great way to meet your Avodah commitment 😉 Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get information about our next meeting!