The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival presents Fanny’s Journey, a riveting, true, and absorbing story of a 13-year-old girl who is separated from her parents in Nazi-occupied France. Brave and determined Fanny leads … Continue reading 37th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival – “Fanny’s Journey”
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Just in time for Rosh Hashana, we will ship and 8oz jar of Kosher Clvoer honey with a personalized card reading:
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. Please remember to adhere to the KE Kashrut Guidelines, available at: kolemeth.org/kashrut … Continue reading Summer Shabbat Potluck Series!
Please join Kol Emeth in welcoming Dr. Rachel Korazim for a weekend of learning.
Friday, April 28:
6:00pm Social Hall: services followed by Shabbat dinner and a study session. Register at http://tinyurl.com/korazimdinner for the … Continue reading Apr. 28-30: Scholar in Residence Rachel Korazim
This Friday, March 24, Please join us at 6:00pm for an evening of singing and dinner with Cantor Sharon Bernstein!
This event is free – please click the link to RSVP! … Continue reading Sephardi Shabbat and Dinner with Cantor Sharon Bernstein!
Saturday, March 11
Megillah Reading and “Purim Palooza!”
7:00pm – Maariv followed by joyous traditional Megillah reading.
8:30pm- drinks and snacks
9:00pm – Purim Palooza! A chance to sing and celebrate with our dynamic song leader, … Continue reading Kol Emeth Purim 5777!
Its almost here! That time of year where we say “Farewell!” to Chametz, both in solid and liquid form. Join Rabbi Booth and the men of Kol Emeth for a social evening as we enjoy a variety of adult beverages, … Continue reading Mar. 22 – KE Men’s Event: Farewell to Liquid Chametz!
Make sure to get those Mishloach Manot orders in! This is a great opportunity to be part of this wonderful Kol Emeth tradition! Check under that stack of unread mail for your Purim packet. You can also log on to … Continue reading Mishloach Manot: Just a Few Days Left!
The Torah gives us the puzzling command to “rebuke our kinsman” and not to hate our
loved one in our heart. (Leviticus 19:17) Why would “rebuke” be a mitzvah? What’s love got
to do with it?