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Taught by: Rabbi SAM Luckey From Elul (the month before Rosh Hashanah) through Sukkot (the harvest festival after Yom Kippur) and Simchat Torah (the party for finishing and renewing the Torah reading cycle), Judaism goes big for this annual waterfall of holy times. What is it all about? This will be a class -- with […]
All members are welcome. This meeting will be held on Zoom, please join us HERE.
Starting TODAY - join for Morning Meditation - IN-PERSON at 7:45am in the Fireside or Courtyard @ Kehilla. A meditation sit led by Rabbi Dev Noily. Join us for sitting practice, framed by the weekly Torah portion and the season in Jewish time. All Wednesdays Morning Meditations will be in person, and online on Fridays […]
A meditation sit led by Rabbi Dev Noily. Join us for sitting practice, framed by the weekly Torah portion and the season in Jewish time. Beginning Wednesday, August 25 - Wednesday meditations will be held at Kehilla in the courtyard or fireside room, depending on weather, . Friday meditations will continue as virtual meetings. Zoom […]
This meeting will be held via this Zoom. This online service is songful and in Hebrew (transliteration provided), following the full liturgy. Whether this type of prayer service is new for you, familiar, or intimately known, ALL are welcome! Co-sponsored by Kehilla and Glitter Kehilla. Cosponsored by Kehilla and Glitter Kehilla. RSVP & Register Here Siddur […]
Join us for Leil Selichot (IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL) at 8pm.
A community gathering for tots (ages 0-2 ish years) and their big people. Havurah means "a friend." Havurot means "friends." So HavurTot must mean "friends with tots!" (It starts with a gutteral ch, like challah.) Bring a blanket and food and snacks for your family. For exact location, with questions, or to RSVP, email Rabbi SAM: email@example.com
Selichot is our portal into the Days of Awe and the process of teshuva, of turning inward with love and curiosity to face ourselves with clarity and truth. Selichot limbers up our ability to ask for forgiveness. Before we enter the great time of Rosh Hashanah, we gather in the intimate circle of Selichot – […]