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. Please note this page is updated each Monday with the week’s services, events and meetings. Please see the Kehilla calendar for events by month.
All of our gatherings, services and community meetings have gone virtual through Zoom – download the latest version here.
New Ways to Give and Receive Help – for All Ages!
Rachel Bloch is coordinating ways for Kehilla members to connect and offer mutual help. Each of these spreadsheets has tabs at the bottom. You can read this FAQ page for more info and contact Rachel with ideas and questions here.
- Families with school-age kids at home looking for tutoring and online games – connect here.
- Mutual Aid – check-in buddies, hevruta/study partner, games, singing – connect here.
- To give and receive help picking up groceries, supplies, and more – connect here.
Erev Rosh Hashanah
Friday, September 18
Rosh Hashanah Day One
Saturday, September 19
Rosh Hashanah Day Two
Sunday, September 20, 7pm
See registration, service descriptions and start times for High Holy Days by clicking here.
Tashlich with Jews on Ohlone Land
West Berkeley, Sunday, September 20, 3pm
Join us for the tradition of casting into the water the mistakes we’ve made over the last year, and cleansing ourselves to begin anew. This outdoor, socially-distanced tashlich is organized by Rabbi Dev Noily, Ariel Luckey of the Segorea Te Land Trust and JYCA.
Location to be announced.
Morning Meditations with Rabbi Dev
Wednesdays, 7:50 am – 8:45 am
Fridays, 7:50 am – 8:45 am
For the link to morning meditations, please contact Elle at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Next Date: Friday, October 9th, 5:30-6:45pm
Please contact Ruthie Levin, POC Organizer, if you would like to co-lead, lead, or contribute.
Kehilla Sings! Elul Gatherings to Prepare for the High Holy Days
Next Date TBA
Click here for access to music recordings of new melodies for shabbat, holidays, protests, and gems to tuck into your spiritual toolbox.
For Babies & Tots