BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF CARING
Following is a list of some of the ways we at Kol Shofar can get to know each other better. For information about these activities or to let us know your ideas to increase connectedness, contact Jonathan Emanuel at 415.388.1818, ext.105 or email@example.com.
Baking Chavurah: A Chavurah for Kol Shofar members to engage with one another indiscussions while baking cookies and cakes for upcoming Shabbatot
The vision for this Chavurah is that like-minded folks will get a chance to do a mitzvah for our community by preparing desserts for future kiddushes while enjoying one another’s company and engaging one another in impromptu discussions. My experience in the kitchen is such that I can easily envision elevating one another, while we do the mitzvah of helping to feed our extended Kol Shofar family. (Baking and freezing works wonderfully well).
Contact the front office for our monthly schedule. We usually meet on a Thursday.
Click here for photos of our games with Rodef Sholom.
Join us for the Kol Shofar and Rodef Sholom’s Co-Ed Softball Game! A relaxing day picnicking, playing in the park and enjoying meeting new people. Bring your glove, lunch and friends and family. To sign up to play, please contact Aaron Parker.
Kol Shofar provides mourners with a variety of services and community support. For more information, plus information on our upcoming training, contact the office.
GEMILUT CHESED– This committee helps people when they are sick or have other special needs. For more information about assisting with home-delivered meals, bikur cholim,etc, or if you need assistance, contact the office.
KOL LIMUD Email Discussion Group – A Yahoo! Group for Kol Shofar members. Congregants discussing all kinds of subjects online. Contact Maury Ostroff,firstname.lastname@example.org.
PANIM EL PANIM—COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
There are many ways to be involved in our wider community, and work with the Marin Organizing Committee. For information, please see our Panim el Panim page.
PARENT ACTIVITIES associated with youth programming and education – email@example.com for more information about ways you can get involved as a parent. Also, we have a Beit Binah committee – a great way to deepen your relationship with the synagogue, AND your child’s education.
RITUAL COMMITTEE– See the SERVICE RITUALS AND PRAYER MELODIES page.
TIKKUN OLAM ACTIVITIES – we have many activities that serve the larger community. It’s a great way to help others, and also to make new friends. Click here to learn about Tikkun Olam at Kol Shofar.
Participation on synagogue committees or chavurah is a great way to connect and also to help keep our congregation going. If you are interested, contact Karen Hirsch, our board’s President for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.