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Need a Minyan? / Help Make a Minyan? Do you ever need to say Kaddish, and there aren’t enough people there in the evening, and you’d like to send one quick message out to see if someone nearby can pop over? Or do you live within 10 minutes of Etz Chayim, or the Charleston Office, or Kol Emeth on Manuela, and you might be willing to drop whatever you’re doing at 7:45pm one evening and come right over, if you…Find out more »
It's time to put down your smartphones, and put on an apron---Kol Emeth's young professionals are about to heat things up!We'll gather in a Palo Alto home kitchen, and collectively prepare a vegetarian/dairy lunch to enjoy together. We'll have some basic kitchen equipment and staple baking ingredients available to share. Drop in any time from 11am - 2pm---you can bake with us from the beginning, or stop by for a nosh near the end. If you have an idea or…Find out more »
Join Rabbi David Booth for a 4-week look at Judaism's basic theology and practice. This course is free and open to all who are interested, curious, or wanting to understand better what Judaism is all about. Classes will take place in Mountain View (2525 Charleston Rd, Suite 204) on consecutive Sunday afternoons, from 12:30pm - 1:30pm. Week 1(Nov. 10): Theology: Five Different Ways Judaism Imagines God Week 2 (Nov. 17): Shabbat: Unplugging - A Day of Rest Week 3 (Nov. 24) :…Find out more »
Join Kol Emeth's book group as we read and discuss Jewish literature together! Our group selects fiction and non-fiction books that explore a wide range of Jewish content and themes. Meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30am, and new members are welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or request further information. We invite you to join us for a lively discussion on the following dates: September 4, 2019, at the home of Alice Stiebel Title: Adolfo Kaminsky:…Find out more »
Come one, come all, to make sandwiches for the homeless! We'll make 200 sack lunches for the needy in cooperation with the Urban Ministry of Palo Alto. Come lend a hand! Kol Emeth created this project 15 years ago, and we are the only organization that does this. It's a wonderful activity for families and people of all ages, with something to do for everyone. Come and join us; no need to call first! Mark your calendar… The 2019 dates…Find out more »
Open to everyone in our community, this monthly program offers congregants an opportunity to welcome Shabbat together. After singing and davening Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv, we enjoy a delicious meal prepared especially for this event. This is a wonderful way to meet new people, see old friends, and celebrate Erev Shabbat. Our meals typically include soup, a main course, a salad, a vegetable and/or grain side, and dessert. There are always vegan and gluten-free options. Daven and Dine is held…Find out more »
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