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Pride Shabbat

Join us for our Pride Shabbat - a celebration of LGBTQ Jews, friends, allies and their families. Services will include liturgical additions, musical celebration, special readings for Pride and speakers from our Rodef Sholom community. Everyone is welcome at this importnat Shabbat where we celebrate our shared commitment to justice and community!

Walking Through the Valley: Grieving with Your Community After the Death of a Spouse

Meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month, 3:30 pm, Sanctuary

When a spouse or partner dies, a hole is left in your heart.  You are not alone in your grief and loss.  We invite you to join your Rodef Sholom community as we explore how we can support each other emotionally and spirtually.  We will examine new and, at times, challenging dynamincs with friends and family while creating new identities without  spouses or partners.  Each meeting will be a confidential and safe place to gather together.  Groups will be lay-led with occasional guest speakers.

REAL Parent Support Group

First Thursdays

Are you a parent of a young adult who has mental health challenges? Or is struggling on the way to independent adulthood? Or is dealing with other challenges with which you would like support?

REAL Parent Support is a monthly group for parents to connect with and support each other and share strategies for self care.

To RSVP or for more information, contact JoAnne Forman, REAL Mental Health Initiative Program Coordinator, at [email protected] or 415.479.3441.

The Return - Racial Justice Working Group

We will screen The Return, an up close and personal look at the first time in our nation’s history citizens voted to shorten the sentences of the currently incarcerated. It explores the legacy of mass incarceration and the difficulties of implementing reform - offering both a heartbreaking story of the America’s prison system, but also a story of resilience and hope.  Meets in the library on the second floor of the Osher Marin JCC.

Simchat Torah

Simchat Torah & Blessing of the children
5:30 pm Adult learning
6:30 pm Service, blessing & dancing

The High Holy Days come to a close with a celebration. Come early and enlighten your eyes with a little Torah study and then celebrate with a little dancing!

Sukkot dinner

Meet us in our courtyard sukkah at 6:00 pm for a Sukkot dinner before heading into Shabbat services at 7:30 pm! We will provide the chicken and the dessert (and the lulav and etrog!), and you bring a non-dairy side dish for 8 people to share.

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