Aurora Levins Morales is looking for an East Bay member willing to support her work with Kehilla by hosting her rent-free for two weekends a month through March, to allow her to participate in Talmud study with Rabbi Dev, lead the People of Color affinity group, and take part in other Kehilla related study and […]
November 12, 2018 – Someone to Run With by David Grossman December 10, 2018 – The Power by Naomi Alderman January 14, 2019 – Diary of the Fall by Michel Laub February 11, 2019- Paris in the Present Tense by Mark Helprin March 11- The Best Place on Earth by Ayelet Tsabari April 8, 2019- […]
By the Chesed Coordinating Committee Q: What is Ditty’s Closet? A: It’s our virtual closet filled with real durable medical equipment. We have over 75 items that are housed in 25 Kehilla households. The equipment is available for loan, for free, to Kehilla members and visiting family members for short term use. Q: What kind […]
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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 to see the family of Fernando Carrillo reunited. His wife, Lourdes, has spoken at many of our protests, and has done an amazing job organizing […]
Thursday, March 15th at 7pm in the Buber Room Please join us, even if you have never attended before. We will have a very full and interesting agenda, including updates on current issues (ICE raids, DACA, the recent Rodriguez decision), reports on our accompaniment program, Let Our People Go protests at the West County Detention […]
Videos are up! On November 10th and 11th, we celebrated a community covenant with our new Senior Rabbi Dev Noily. Check out the videos below to experience the wonder and joy of the Brit Kehilla weekend at Kehilla Community Synagogue. Continuity and Change (Weekend overview, November 10-11) Words from Rabbi Dev Noily (Friday night, November 10) Reflections […]
Donation Donate to the fund of Irwin Keller, rabbi of Ner Shalom in Cotati, who will distribute locally where needed. Designate “RDF – Fire Relief.” Donate to Undocufund, which ensures that undocumented families displaced by the fires will have the support and resources they need to rebuild and recover. From their website: “An estimated 28,000 undocumented immigrants live […]