Sisterhood Shabbat Weekend Join the Sisterhood for a delightful Shabbat weekend! Everyone welcome and invited. Kabbalat Shabbat Friday, January 19, 6:15pm with dinner afterwards Friday night's Kabbalat will include the Koleinu Choir. Dinner for [...]
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Sparks of the Tradition: An Evening of Jewish Storytelling Tues, Jan 30, 7:00pm, Stampfer Chapel Join the Neveh Shalom community for an evening of storytelling by nine talented tellers. Starting in early November, these tellers had the opportunity to study [...]
Neshama Carlebach Concert and Torah Fund Event PDX Community Concert with Neshama Carlebach Sunday, February 11, Neveh Shalom Doors: 4:30pm; Show: 5:00pm Meet + Greet for Concert Patrons: 4:00 PM Join us as one of the leading voices in [...]
Selective Hearing – Parshat Vaera 5778 - Rabbi Eve Posen I often wonder whether my voice is somehow mysteriously muffled like the adult voices in the animated Charlie Brown movies, or if perhaps I am just not a clear speaker. [...]
Oasis Songs: Musings from Rav D Friday, January 5, 2018 / 18 Tevet 5778 Summary: Rabbi Kosak talks about attending midnight mass this year at a Catholic church and relates what it reminded him about synagogue life today. Finally, he [...]
The Nature of Nurture – Parshat Shemot 5778 - Rabbi Eve Posen I get emotional when I stop to think about my beautiful daughter growing up. Each phase, even the tough ones, are precious and so fleeting. I look forward [...]
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Carry Me With You – Parshat Vayechi 5778 - Rabbi Eve Posen I have a variety of keepsakes I carry with me on any given day. They remind me of my father, my grandparents, and my kids. I wear my [...]
Oasis Songs: Musings from Rav D Friday, December 22, 2017 / 4 Tevet 5778 Whenever Rav Huna had a new medicine, he would hang it outside his door and say, “anyone who has need, let them come and take.” Ta’anit [...]
Hello, My Name Is – Parshat Vayigash 5778 - Rabbi Eve Posen I have quite the collection of name tags. Some of them are nice metal ones from former positions, and some are stickers I’ve collected on my bookshelf or [...]