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Families with children will appreciate our educational offerings which range from Foundation School (ages 2-5) to ALIYAH (our K-12 Jewish learning program), to our USY teen-based programs. Because learning does not stop once adolescence ends, we offer many adult programs, too. We truly are egalitarian and welcoming. Think of us as your congregational family. 

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We are located in the heart of Southwest Portland, easily accessible from all points in the metropolitan area in a beautiful facility that was totally modernized and updated in 2008 featuring the largest Jewish library in the Northwest, three chapels, a boutique-style gift shop, and plenty of parking.

What's New at Neveh Shalom

 

summer neveh 2014 bannerWe have an exciting summer planned - click here to find out about our events

 

 

Please click here to access "CNS Rabbi Search Information and Updates"

 

New Summer Library Hours! The Feldstein Library will now be open Monday-Thursday 9am-1pm

 

 

Coming Events

Fri, July 11  6:15pm Shabbat in the Park, Mt Tabor

Sun, July 13  Hike at Silver Falls State Park

Fri, July 18  5:30pm Jewish Dad’s Night Out family Shabbat picnic -

Sun July 20 9:40am Men's Club Meeting

Sun, July 27  Young Family berry picking,

Sat, August 2 8:00pm Hinenu Movie Night

Mon-Tue, August 4-5

Erev Tisha B'Av service: Monday, August 4, 8:15pm

Tisha B'Av service: Tuesday, August 5, 7am

Fri, August 15  6:30pm Shabbat in the Park, OCAC

Thur, August 21  7:30pm ‘Friends, Film and Falafel' summer movie night

Sun, August 24  SE Sunday Parkways

Tue, August 26  7:00pm "The Path of Names" family book discussion

Shabbat Times

isaakParshat haShavua: Balak      Numbers 22:2-25:9

 

Heading north to the east of the Dead Sea and Jordan River and denied permission to cross alien lands by local kings, parashat Balak deals primarily with the fear of King Balak of Moav of the advancing Israelites. To bolster his effort to stop the advancing hoards he sends a delegation to a man with the power to curse and bless asking him to curse the Israelites. After consulting with God he refuses. When the delegation returns with an even better offer, God tells Balaam that he may go, but may only speak God's words.

 

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Congregation Neveh Shalom | 2900 SW Peaceful Lane | Portland, OR 97239 | Tel: 503.246.8831 | Fax: 503.246.7553
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