Join us in the mitzvah of feeding individuals and families who live on the edge of poverty. Two groups from Kol Emeth participate in this program: one is on the fourth Thursday of every month when we serve free lunch … Continue reading Tikun Olam Mitzvah: Feeding the Hungry
Thanks to all who have been participating in the Alternative Shabbat Prayer Experiences! As we move into the summer, expect some changes and adjustments.
- May 13: Entering Jewish Prayer. 9:45-10:45am.
An interactive class with Rabbi Sarah
Coming this fall! Starting from Marge Piercey’s He She It, Rabbi Booth and Scott Roy will explore the intersection of Golem legends, modern AI, and the moral dilemmas our new technologies are on the verge of creating. Scott Roy works … Continue reading From the Golem to Siri – AI meets Jewish Morality
Welcome Shabbat outdoors under the gorgeous summer sky. Back once again is our series of Summer Shabbat potlucks graciously hosted by our Rabbis and congregants.
We learned with deep sadness the disappearance of Simone Veil at the age of 89 years on June 30, 2017.
Mrs. Veil, whose parents and brother died in the Holocaust, was rescued from the Auschwitz where she … Continue reading Death of Simone Veil