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. 

All of our gatherings, services and community meetings have gone virtual. Download Zoom here to join our events!

New Ways to Get 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, singingconnect here.
  • To give and receive help picking up groceries, supplies, and more, connect here.

Recurring Events

Morning Meditations with Rabbi Dev
Wednesdays, 7:50 am  – 8:45 am
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Fridays, 7:50 am – 8:45 am
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Kehilla Sings! 
Wednesday, May 20, 7:00-8:30pm
A monthly gathering with Hazzan Shulamit to circle round and sing together! Learn more here.
Zoom Link Here

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

Programs with Jen Miriam and Alon Altman

Friday Night Tot Shabbat Video
Saturday Morning Tot Shabbat Video
Family Music Class

Services

Shabbat Morning Service
Saturday, May 23, 10:30am-12:30pm
With Howard Hamburger and Beth Dickinson for Shabbat morning prayers and an exploration of Parashat Bamidbar: Numbers 1:1-4:20.
Zoom Link Here

Shavu’ot

700 Benches: Shavu’ot Learning 2020
Tuesday, May 26, 5pm-7pm
In this 2-hour class, you’ll learn an ancient Jewish text in its original language, explore Talmud study as a spiritual practice, and co-create a supportive, queer-normative community of study.
Register here for the Zoom link!

All Night @ Sinai
Thursday, May 28, 7:45pm-Friday, May 29, 6am
All-night Torah, teaching and embodied practice for Shavu’ot! Featuring Sam Berrin Shonkoff, Shulamit Wise Fairman, Rabbi Gray Myrseth, Chloe Zelkha, Elliot Rose, Jesse Lev, Jenna Stover-Kemp, Rabbi Dev Noily,  Chaya Gusfield and Sandra Razieli.
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Shavu’ot Shabbat Service with Focus on the Unhoused
Saturday, May 30, 10:30am-12:30pm
Join Rabbi David Cooper and Hazzan Shulamit, with congregant teaching by Talya Husbands-Hankin. This Shabbat falls on Shavuot and Housing Sabbath weekend. So we will observe both in one service!
Learn more here