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Events for December 8, 2019
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During the closure, we will be meeting virtually. Please click here for more information. Join us for our daily minyan which prays together six days a week. This minyan is maintained by dedicated and devoted congregants who ensure this service is available to all. Schedule Sunday – 9:00am Monday-Friday – 7:15am *These times apply year-round except on Rosh Chodesh and intermediate days of a holiday (Sukkot, Chanukah, and Passover) when services begin at 7:00am. Services on ... Read MoreFind out more »
The warm community of ALIYAH Jewish learning provides engaging, high-level learning opportunities for every student. Our students experience Jewish holidays and traditions, gain strong Hebrew language skills, and grow from the many opportunities for meaningful leadership within the congregational community. Our teachers are dynamic and nurturing, and our kids enjoy their experience of Jewish education.Find out more »
One Sunday a month Neveh Shalom members gather in the Neveh Shalom kitchen to prepare a main dish and salad for about 100 homeless youth at Outside In. Outside In’s mission is to help homeless youth move toward improved health and self-sufficiency. For more information about Outside In cooking or to be added to the mailing list, contact Rick Botney, firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Leonard DuBoff is one of the world's leading authorities on art law. He has pioneered the field, written extensively on the subject, and lectured all over the world. Mr. DuBoff was a professor of law first teaching at Stanford Law School then at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, for almost a quarter of a century, specializing in art law, corporations, agency partnership, and high-tech law. A member of Congregation Neveh Shalom, Mr. ... Read MoreFind out more »
Join the Feldstein Library Film Club for a special screening of the film Fig Tree. About the film: During the Ethiopian civil war, a Jewish teenager hatches a scheme to keep her Christian boyfriend from being drafted, as she and her family prepare to flee the country and go to Israel.Find out more »