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Rabbi Capers Funnye from Chicago’s Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation will hold a conversation, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region, the Jewish Community Relations Council, and Mosaic Law Congregation. Deadline to register for the program is Tuesday, July 14, by following this link.
Hebrew Free Loan offers interest-free Coronavirus Impact loans to Jewish residents of Northern California and to all employees of Jewish organizations (regardless of religious background). Loans are up to $20,000, and can be turned around within days. Assistance is available for individuals, families, and small business owners. Click here for more info or go to www.hflasf.org/coronavirus. APPLY ONLINE or contact Aimee […]
On the occasion, this past Friday, of Juneteenth, marking the “official” end of slavery in the the United States, I shared these words with our community during our erev Shabbat services and, now, I am happy to be able to share them with all of you: As the Israelites set out from Mt. Sinai, at […]
Please help us spread the word to neighbors and friends to plan on participating in the Davis March for Justice in support for black lives this coming Sunday, June 14th at 1 pm in Central Park. Wear mask, bring water, keep appropriate distance. Contact email@example.com is you have any questions.
Thank you for making Saturday, June 6th, 2020 a special and successful day We started with a slide show, about how we’ve come together as a community A musical revue honored Rabbi Wolfe’s 25 years of service Musical revue directed by Ariella Wolfe with music supervision by Dave Nachmanoff. Slides collected and arranged by Meryl […]
Saturday, June 6th, 2020, Online Zoom starts at 5:45 p.m. with how we’ve come together as a community Musical revue starts at 6 p.m. honoring Rabbi Wolfe’s 25 years of service Connect with us from the comfort of your home as we celebrate our incredible community featuring a nostalgic slide show, followed by a musical […]
O, Source of Being, how long, how long will we abide this pernicious virus that lurks in darkness waiting to suck out the breath of life from us, leaving us gasping, crying out. A disease so devastating that it can strike you down in the middle of the day when you are walking by the […]
Friday, June 12 at 6 PM Join us for a very special Shabbat on Friday, June 12 at 6 PM, as we celebrate and honor the many “Health Heroes” in our congregation and beyond who have worked tirelessly during this pandemic crisis to keep us safe, healthy, and informed. In that week’s Torah portion, B’ha’alotcha, we learn that […]