a participatory, musical, celebratory and democratic congregation of all ages, identities and family constellations.
Kehilla High Holy Days Are Coming!
Tickets are now live for High Holy Days 2021/5782! Everyone is welcome to join us for Shmita: The Rhythm of Rest & Radical Change. Our main services will be hosted virtually again this year with in-person Selichot, Tashlich, and Rosh Hashanah Tot & Family Services. Visit the official High Holy Days website here.
Kehilla’s Re-Opening and COVID-19 Protocols
We’re so grateful to have arrived at this moment, when we can begin to return to our communal home, and pray, sing, mourn, celebrate and learn together! It’s been almost a year and a half, and we’ve all been through so much. The pandemic isn’t fully behind us yet, but with high and rising vaccination rates and low infection rates in the Bay Area, we’re ready to begin opening back up.
Read our COVID-19 Guidelines and Reopening Statement. If you are interested in rentals at Kehilla, please learn more here.
A Community Message on War in Israel Palestine
“However we understand what’s happening, our gift and our call as a spiritual community is to practice open-heartedness, even as we struggle for justice.” A letter from Chief Rabbi Dev Noily on the conflict in Israel Palestine to the Kehilla community.
A Renewed Call for Donations for the Unhoused
Kehilla’s Homeless Action Committee is seeking donations to aid our unhoused neighbors.
Solidarity with Our Asian American Pacific Islander Community
Our Asian American Pacific Islander community continues to be targeted by violence. We mourn the murder of Pak Ho in the Adams Point neighborhood, and the shootings in Atlanta. We are holding our AAPI members and family close to our hearts, as we stand in solidarity, as a community, with the AAPI community.
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