UPDATE: The Mishkan T’filah has been repaginated. Please visit the Central Conference of American Rabbis page to view the full-text books so that you can follow along from home during our online virtual services.
Access these online offerings with ZOOM using your computer, mobile phone or regular phone. Instructions are below.
Online Offerings are Better Together
Virtual Prayer Minyan with Rabbi Haigh. Wednesdays at 8:30am.
Summer Fundraiser Meeting. Wednesday, May 20th at 7pm.
Millennials and Gen Z with Rabbi Haigh. Wednesday, May 20th at 8:30pm
B’nai Mitzvah Training with Art Skerker and Rabbi Haigh. Thursday, May 21st at 4pm.
Hebrew Class for Adults with Rabbi Haigh. Friday, May 22nd. Readers at 10am; Aleph Bet Beginners at 11:30am.
Torah Study with Rabbi Haigh. Fridays at 10:45am. No Hebrew needed.
Virtual Shabbat Worship with Rabbi Haigh. Friday, May 22nd at 6:30pm.
Living Judaism Religious School. SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER!
Post B’nai Virtual Gathering with Rabbi Haigh. Wednesday, May 27th at 7pm (no meeting May 20th).
Virtual Shabbat Worship (Shavuot) with Rabbi Haigh. Friday, May 29th at 6:30pm.
Virtual Scholar in Residence Weekend. June 5th, 7th and 8th. Guest scholar Rabbi Rachel Isaacs
How to Access our Online Offerings
We use ZOOM (which is available on your phone (smart or analog) or computer.
Click here to join by computer/smartphone: https://zoom.us/j/7259482096 or by phone, simply dial call: 415-762-9988 and type in the Meeting ID: 725 948 2096. Password: 856328.
ProTip: Please use headphones and/or mute yourself to prevent feedback and unnecessary noise. You can always unmute when you wish to participate and be heard.
A Message from Rabbi Haigh and Peggy Kasden: The Seventh Week of Counting the Omer
As we begin the seventh week of counting the Omer, we integrate all the gifts we have received during the previous six weeks of counting, focusing on the indwelling presence of the divine, integration and wholeness (Malchut/Shechinah). Like the celebration of the wheat harvest, we are preparing the harvest of our hearts and souls.
This year we have not been entirely free since Passover, yet hopefully we have used these intervening days to prepare ourselves for the wonders of revelation that surround us as Shavuot approaches. Rabbi Yael Levy writes, “we are called to open our hands and our hearts and wonder about the gifts we can bring into the world. We ask ourselves how can I best be of service.” My friends, today, our community is entirely virtual and profoundly real, and as always the gifts, the creativity, the attention, care and love that you bring to support our community is paramount. We need you today more than ever, your creativity, your patience, your love, your ideas. Please help us to continue to deepen and strengthen the revelatory nature of our shared sacred community.
Like our growing plants, have seven weeks been enough time for them and us to reach maturity or will more time be needed for them to reach fruition? How does this last week of integration and wholeness apply to you and to your plant? How does the indwelling presence of the divine touch your soul?
Chag Sameach. we look forward to spending Shavuot with you on Friday the 29th of May.
Please bring something growing, all newborns, something flowering to our celebration. Hear Torah, Share in the beauty.