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Report From Dublin

Rabbi Glazer recently participated in Philosophizing Monotheism, a conference at the National University of Ireland, Dublin. On his return to the States, he shared the inspiring report below. The wonderful conference was the culmination of an ongoing relationship I have been cultivating with a group of Israeli academics. I’ve done so with a few intentions […] http://bethsholomsf.org/report-from-dublin/ Continue Reading...

Tai Chi Chuan For Every Day

CBS is pleased to announce that we are offering a new class this fall. Beginning in September 2016, instructor Irving (Irv) Rothstein will offer Tai Chi Chuan For Every Day in Makom Sholom. The classes will meet on select Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Chi (also written as qi) literally translates as “breath” or “life […] http://bethsholomsf.org/tai-chi-chuan-for-every-day/ Continue Reading...

Kezayit: Micrography

What’s this Kezayit thing? Read here. +++++ Brooklyn-based artist Michael Waugh is best known for producing large-scale, ink-on-mylar drawings, but with a twist. From the artist’s website: “For the past few years, my drawings have utilized an ancient Hebrew form of calligraphy called micrography, in which minute words are written out so that when you […] http://bethsholomsf.org/kezayit-micrography/ Continue Reading...

Yair Harel visits CBS for Kabbalat Shabbat

Join Israeli performance artist, musician, and community organizer, Yair Harel, for a special musical Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday evening, April 8. Piyyutim (Hebrew liturgical poems) were chanted for centuries throughout the Diaspora. The poems have been adapted to different melodies, evolving into a form of Jewish “world music” in Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa, and […] http://bethsholomsf.org/yair-harel-visits-cbs-for-kabbalat-shabbat/ Continue Reading...

The Dreidel — Unmasked!

Hanukkah is over. For a few evenings, we’ll gaze longingly at the counters, tables, and ledges where our hanukkiot so recently glowed…and then our attention will shift to family debates about which movie and Chinese restaurant is right for Christmas Day. Today, though, we hope to extend your Hanukkah glow for at least a few […] http://bethsholomsf.org/the-dreidel-unmasked/ Continue Reading...