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Americana Jam Band Returns!

Americana is a cholent – a rich stew – of diverse musical dialects and perspectives, including folk, bluegrass, country, soul, gospel, rock, and more. Like the Jewish experience, though, Americana’s disparate elements work in unison to create an original sound and story that we recognize as specifically American. Joan Baez, The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, […] http://bethsholomsf.org/americana-jam-band-returns/ Continue Reading...

Announcing Valor Grrrls Kabbalat Shabbat !

Kabbalat Shabbat means “welcoming the Sabbath.” More specifically, the Jewish mystics conceived of the Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat service as a welcoming of “the Sabbath bride,” the Shechinah, or feminine aspect of the Divine. Our new Valor Grrrls Kabbalat Shabbat musical service celebrates this intrinsic feminine nature of Kabbalat Shabbat by spotlighting the music of […] http://bethsholomsf.org/announcing-valor-grrrls-kabbalat-shabbat/ Continue Reading...

Member Profile : Willy Waks

Today, we invite you to meet (or reconnect) with congregant Willy Waks. * * * * * How long have you been a member of Beth Sholom? Six years. How long have you lived in the Bay Area? Five-and-a-half years now. Where are you from originally? France, then Israel, then Dallas. That’s the short version, […] http://bethsholomsf.org/member-profile-willy-waks/ Continue Reading...

Leilah Goode’s Bat Mitzvah

Hello. My name is Leilah Goode. I am a seventh grader at Claire Lilienthal Middle School. I love playing soccer, going to pop concerts, watching movies, and hanging out with my friends in addition to exploring all that San Francisco has to offer. In Parashat Bo (“Go!”), God commands Moses to “Go to Pharaoh” to […] http://bethsholomsf.org/leilah-goodes-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Micah Mangot’s Bat Mitzvah

Shalom! My name is Micah Mangot. I am a seventh grader at Herbert Hoover Middle School. I enjoy reading, hanging out with my friends, singing, watching Star Trek: The Next Generation with my family, and swimming. In Parashat Va’eira, on God’s instruction, Moses asks Pharaoh to let the Israelites go. Pharaoh refuses and God turns […] http://bethsholomsf.org/micah-mangots-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Member Profile : Mark & Jenny Bernstein

Today, we invite you to meet (or reconnect) with congregants Mark & Jenny Bernstein. How long have you been members of Beth Sholom? Mark: Approximately 18 years. Jenny: About 40 years. How long have you lived in the Bay Area? Mark: Since 1989. Jenny: I’m a San Francisco native. Mark, where are you from originally? […] http://bethsholomsf.org/community-member-profile-mark-jenny-bernstein/ Continue Reading...

Light It Up!

Join the CBS community in Koret Hall on Thursday, December 14, 2017,from 5:30 – 8 p.m. to mark The Festival of Lights! The candles will be burning bright at Beth Sholom as we celebrate the third night of Hanukkah together! Our annual Hanukkah celebration is always a joyous party, but this year we’re turning it […] http://bethsholomsf.org/light-it-up-2/ Continue Reading...

Yermiyahu Ramos’ Bar Mitzvah

Shalom! My name is Yermiyahu Ramos, but you can call me Yehry. I am a seventh grader at James Lick Middle School and my favorite subject is Spanish. I love to play all kinds of sports, but I most enjoy playing soccer with my friends after school. This Saturday, December 9, I will be called […] http://bethsholomsf.org/yermiyahu-ramos/ Continue Reading...

Adam Zander’s Bar Mitzvah

Shalom, my name is Adam Zander and I am a seventh grader at The Brandeis School of San Francisco. My favorite school subject is Social Studies. I love playing basketball and watching sports. I also participate in a musical theater program outside of school. This Saturday, November 25, I will be called to the Torah […] http://bethsholomsf.org/adam-zanders-bar-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Pizza In The Hut (Sukkot Community Dinner)

Sukkot starts this Wednesday evening and the Beth Sholom sukkah is currently being constructed on Eva Gunther Plaza. Time spent in the sukkah is an important aspect of Sukkot – it helps us appreciate the outdoors and annual agricultural cycles, and it gives us an opportunity to come together in community – family, friends, and […] http://bethsholomsf.org/pizza-in-the-hut-sukkot-community-dinner-2/ Continue Reading...