Sukkah B’Makom literally means “Shelter in Place.”  And in Hebrew, it has the beautiful resonances of the joy, fragility and shelter of the Sukkah, and the holiness “Makom” – one of our many names for G-d.

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New Ways to Connect and Get/Offer Help & Connection – for All Ages!

Rachel Bloch is coordinating ways for Kehilla members to connect and help each other out. Please note the tabs at the bottom of each of these spreadsheets:

  • For families with school-age kids at home, we’re connecting people who can tutor or read or play online. Connect here.
  • For people wanting to connect around Mutual Aid – check-in buddies, hevruta/study partner, games, singing – all kinds of things – connect here.
  • For people who need / can offer help with picking up groceries, medical supplies, etc., connect here.

If you have other ideas, or would like help connecting/google sheets don’t work for you, please use this form to contact Rachel.

Recurring Events / Ongoing Links

NEW: FRIDAY morning meditation with Rabbi Dev
7:50 – 8:45 am

Kehilla Sings! 
Wednesdays, 4/22, 5/20
A monthly gathering with Hazzan Shulamit to circle round and sing together! Learn more here.

Baby and Tot Programs with Jen Miriam and Alon Altman
Friday Night Tot Shabbat video    

Family Music Class

Passover Puppet Show and Songs

Saturday Morning Tot Shabbat video coming soon!

Wednesday morning meditation with Rabbi Dev
7:50  – 8:45 am 


Services and Onetime Offerings

Kabbalat Shabbat with Hazzan Shulamit and Rabbi Dev
Friday, April 3, ***5:30 pm-6:15 pm
Join us to ease into Erev Shabbat with the Psalm-songs of Kabbalat Shabbat and an opportunity to say the Mourner’s Kaddish together. We’ll tend our souls and prepare to receive the blessings of shabbat peace, joy, comfort, and rest. Link to liturgy here!

ONLINE – Shabbat Service and Evan Blumensweig becoming Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, April 4, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Join us as we celebrate Shabbat and Evan’s simcha online.
Use this link to join us:

ONLINE – Tot Shabbat
Saturday, April 4 @ 10:30 am – 11:15 am
Join us for Tot Shabbat with Jen Miriam and Alon Altman with their Puppet Friends. Learn more here. 
Zoom Link:

A Passover Sukkah: Live Seder for those Sheltering in Place
Wednesday, April 8, 5 pm – 6:30 pm
With Rabbi David, Talia Cooper and Ariel Luckey – learn more here
Please register in advance here: