The Shul On The Move: This Week At Kol Emeth

This at-a-glance calendar is updated every Thursday afternoon.  For late-breaking updates please make sure to visit:

 Thursday, May 16, 2019 – Thursday, May 23, 2019

Thursday, May 16
  • 7:45pm – Evening Minyan at Etz Chayim
Friday, May 17, OFJCC 4th floor
USY Regional Convention
  • 6:00pm – Daven & Dine
  • 7:54pm – Candle Lighting
Saturday, May 18
Parashat Emor
All events at the OFJCC except where noted. Please check signs on-site for up-to-date room locations.
  • 9:15am – Shabbat Services (4th floor)
  • 9:15am – Living Room Minyan at the Lewis Home
  • 9:30am – Final Kol Shabbat this season!
  • 10:30am – Contemplative Service with Rabbi Eilberg
  • 11:30am – Torah for Tots
  • 9:03pm – Shabbat ends
Sunday, May 19 All events at 2525 Charleston Road, Suite 204 unless noted
  • 9:15am – Sunday Morning Minyan
  • 10:15am – Talmud Class
  • 11:30am- Intro to Judaism
  • 2:00pm – Sandwich Making
  • 7:45pm – Evening Minyan
Monday, May 20
  • 7:30pm – Jewish Women’s Theatre at the OFJCC
  • 7:45pm – Evening Minyan at Etz Chayim
Tuesday, May 21
  • 3:45pm – End of Year Religious School Celebration at Mitchell Park
  • 7:45pm – Evening Minyan at Etz Chayim
Wednesday, May 22 Congregation Etz Chayim
  • 12:15pm – Amkraut Memorial Talmud Class
  • 7:45pm- Evening Minyan
Thursday, May 23 Congregation Etz Chayim
Lag B’Omer
  • 6:45am- Morning Minyan
  • 8:00am- Torah from Heaven: A Deep Dive into Heschel
  • 7:45pm- Evening Minyan

While our new building is under construction, please visit us at the following locations:

  • Oshman Family Jewish Community Center – 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, 94303
    (map link)
  • Congregation Beth Am – 26790 Arastradero Rd, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022 (map link)
  • Congregation Etz Chayim – 4161 Alma St, Palo Alto, 94306
    (map link)
  • 2525 Charleston Rd., Suite 204, Mountain View 94043
    (map link)
Kol Emeth is an everybody friendly community for sacred Jewish gatherings. We see experimentation, Jewish learning, faith, and practice as tools to fulfill God’s call to Abraham, to be a blessing to the world with a special connection to Israel. Kol Emeth is a place to grow, to pray, and to find face to face connections. It is a place to be inspired, to find strength and insight to be better Jews and better human beings. (Cyber Torah)
Rabbi David Booth
Rabbi David Booth