30, 7:00pm - Special Shabbat Service In Honor of Ann Zorn, z'l
3, Lehrhaus Philosophy Circle, See below
4, 5:30pm - Interactive Tu B'Shevat Seder led by our teens
6, 5:45pm - Shabbat Shelanu
8, 10:00am - Sing Shalom
8, 10:00am - Tanakh Study
11, 7:00pm - OS Book Group Hosts One Bay, One Book
15, 10:00am - News Minyan
20, 7:00pm - Traveling Shabbat
22, 10:00am - Tanakh Study
25, 6:30pm - Considering God Salon
Lehrhaus Philosophy Circle At Or Shalom Taught by Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan Begins February 3, 2015 A Guided Tour of The Guide for the Perplexed. All sessions will be held at Or Shalom/Beth Israel Judea. To sign up, click here.
Our new phone number is 415-469-5564 Please note, all events and services will be held at 625 Brotherhood Way unless noted otherwise. Contact the office if you have any questions about the location of any event.
Parking is available in the lots adjacent to the synagogue. Public transit options are about a 15-20 minute walk away. Click here for walking directions from various public transit stops. For a map, see Directions under About Or Shalom menu.
Bring the whole family to sing, engage in creative projects, eat and celebrate the natural world through the Jewish tradition.There will be a veggie/dairy potluck for dinner, so please bring a dish to share!
Don't forget to bring your reusable dinner-ware you received in your Purim bags!
Or Shalom is lucky to snag KAREN JO KOONAN, nationally recognized for her background and expertise in civil rights law, for an evening as our Second Shabbat Friday night speaker on February 13. Ms. Koonan, a litigation and jury consultant is a dynamic speaker, so grab a friend or two and join us. She will be speaking about her participation last May 2014 in a fact-finding delegation in Palestine, an eye-opening trip for this seasoned social justice activist. For more information about Karen Jo and the delegation, see the flyer and an excerpted pages from the 36-page National Lawyers Guild Report findings.
Services begin at 7:00PM followed by the speaker. Debra Murov and Joe Engelman will be sponsoring the Oneg in honor of organizations fighting against human rights violations in the occupied areas. Information about giving Tzedakah to the support the organizations will be coming soon.
Volunteering at Or Shalom
We are always looking for volunteers to help enrich our programs and services here at Or Shalom. Now, we have made it even easier for you to volunteer your time! For a list of our current projects and tasks we need help with, go to our ivolunteer website and sign up! We look forward to working with you!!