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David Malman, Calligrapher & Mensch

In February 2016, our twice-daily egalitarian minyan was featured by J Weekly. The article emphasized just how important our CBS minyan is to the larger Bay Area Jewish community. “San Francisco is home to about a dozen egalitarian congregations, yet Beth Sholom, a Conservative synagogue in the Inner Richmond, is the only one that provides […] http://bethsholomsf.org/david-malman-calligrapher-mensch/ Continue Reading...

Behar / Bechukotai – Leviticus 25:1 – 27:34

“Sowing the seed, my hand is one with the earth. …Hungry and trusting, my mind is one with the earth. Eating the fruit, my body is one with the earth.“ Wendell Berry’s poem “Prayers and Sayings of the Mad Farmer” asks us to consider how the farmer is like the farm. Similarly, the strong language […] http://bethsholomsf.org/behar-bechukotai-leviticus-251-2734/ Continue Reading...

Nicholas Miller’s Bar Mitzvah

Hi, or שלום (Sholom)! My name is Nicholas (Nick) Miller and I’m a 7th grader at San Francisco Friends School. I am a second generation San Franciscan and a third generation member of Beth Sholom. My favorite things are playing sports or video games, spending time outdoors or with family and friends, and making art […] http://bethsholomsf.org/nicolas-millers-bar-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Rabbi Glazer On Rites of Passage

Getting married, becoming parents, and (G-d willing, many, many, many years later!) dying — after b’nai mitzvah, these are the major rites of passage that most of us will experience over the course of our lives. Because these life cycle events — playfully referred to as “match, hatch, and dispatch” — are so culturally ubiquitous, […] http://bethsholomsf.org/rabbi-glazer-on-rites-of-passage/ Continue Reading...