Rabbi Katie
Introduces Or Shalom

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Upcoming Events/Services

October 3, Kol Nidre

October 4, Yom Kippur

October 10 & 12, Sukkot

October 17, Simchat Torah

Click here for the full High Holy Day Schedule.

First Friday: 
Shabbat Shelanu
Nov 7

5:30 pm Tot Shabbat Service
6:15 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Family Friendly Musical Service

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Or Shalom has moved to 625 Brotherhood Way
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.

About Or Shalom

Get a small glimpse into what makes Or Shalom special.  If you want to know more, contact the office, or join us at one of our services or events. We'd love to see you!

High Holy Day Information 

Important High Holy Day Information
Current members: Please don't forget to send in your membership renewal forms!  The deadline in order to receive your High Holy Day tickets in the mail is September 10. Click here for the membership renewal forms.
Not a member, but still want to experience the High Holy Days with Or Shalom? Please click here to sign up for services.  
Additional High Holy Day Forms
Members who would like to bring their non-member relatives to Or Shalom services, please click here.
Anyone who would like to sign up for childcare during services, please click here
The full High Holy Day Schedule is here

Lehrhaus Philosophy Circle Comes To Or Shalom

Taught by Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan

Fall:  "The Eight Chapters." The perfect introduction to usher in the 825th anniversary of the publication of Maimonides' The Guide for the Perplexed.  

Five Tuesday evenings, 7:00 - 9:00pm: October 14, 28, November 11, December 9, 23.  
Register at Lehrhaus.org  

Spring: "A guided Tour of The Guide for the Perplexed
." Begins January 6, 2015.

All sessions will be held at Or Shalom/Beth Israel Judea
First Friday Family Shabbat expands with Or Shalom, Beth Israel Judea,  and B'nai Emunah!
Shabbat Shelanu (Our Shabbat) is a time to celebrate Shabbat, eat together, and highlight the learning of our students. 

Our Rabbis and Ricki Weintraub lead us in a fun-filled Shabbat and monthly birthday celebration!

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!! 

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