Potluck Dinner & MULTI-ACCESS: Kabbalat Shabbat
Honoring Rabbi Gray
Join us as we welcome Shabbat with music, prayer and community, and offer appreciations and blessings to Rabbi Gray as they complete their tenure as Rabbi Educator, leading our youth programs. Led by Hazzan Shulamit Wise Fairman, Julie Nesnansky and Debbie Fier, with Rabbi Dev. Come early for a vegetarian potluck dinner, and/or stay for a celebratory dessert kiddush after the service.
6 – 6:50 pm – Potluck Dinner
7 – 8:30 pm – MULTI-ACCESS: Kabbalat Shabbat and Honoring Rabbi Gray
Join us Virtually.
For in-person attendance, please adhere to the COVID Public Health Protocols.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ: The full Kehilla COVID Public Health Protocols here (updated December 1).
Effective December 1 – This new protocol is designed to decrease the possibility that the COVID, Flu or RSV virus spread at Kehilla.
- Anyone experiencing ANY symptoms of potentially contagious illness should remain at home and access Kehilla events virtually, regardless of vaccination status or even if you have received a negative COVID test result.
- Everyone attending a program, event, service or meeting held at Kehilla must stay current on all COVID vaccines and boosters, though we will no longer ask for proof upon entry. We encourage everyone to take a rapid antigen test before coming to Kehilla.
- All in-person attendees are expected to be masked indoors when not eating: N95, KN95, KF94 or comparable mask required.
In keeping with our health and safety protocols, Kehilla will provide maximum air filtration and ventilation. Doors and windows will be opened whenever possible and we recommend that you bring layers (it may be cold in the building).
All events at Kehilla are scent-free. Click here for information about what it means to be scent-free.
*Closed Captioning (CC) available for this service. We strive to provide live captioners when possible and offer AI-generated captions as needed.