Check out our Winter/Spring Program Guide
We have more dynamic, ongoing classes, and numerous ways to connect to our community than ever before.
All events are open to everyone. For more details call Kol Shofar at 415 388-1818.
Joint Healthcare Shabbaton
Friday, May 24Saturday, May 25Sunday, June 9
Learn about healthcare issues and how the Marin Organizing Committee is getting ready to insure implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Marin County
S’More Shabbat – Dinner and Service
L’Dor V’Smore Shabbat (Generation to Generation)
Friday, May 31
Join the Kol Shofar Community for Dinner & Davening (and a little dancing).
All generations will be leading the service and eating dinner together.
Cost: Adults $15, Children ages 3-12 $8, Children ages 0-3 FREE. RSVP to Marcy Levey Klassen by May 24, or call 388-1818 x100.
Please include the following information:
Names of adults, children, including their ages & payment information.
All children are encouraged to participate in our Shabbat Service. Please contact Rabbi Susan Leider to let us know if your child or children are interested.
Tiburon Mariposa Lily walk
Sunday June 210:00 AM
Walk on Ring Mountain to see the Mariposa Tiburon Lily, one of the rarest and most unusual plants in the world.
Adults and children.
Contact Arlene Greenberg
, email@example.com for more information.
Kol Shofar Annual MeetingWednesday, June 56:00 PM
– Buffet dinner6:45 PM
We are delighted to invite all Kol Shofar congregants to our Annual Meeting as we review the past year and outline future plans.
Kol Shofar is an active, thriving synagogue, and we encourage you to attend and share your insight.
For more detail, please view our Annual Meeting flyer.
Join Rabbi Susan Leider and other Rabbis for Lunchtime Learning
Bites of Jewish Justice: Lunchtime Learning presented by American Jewish World Service
Select Thursdays 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
AJWS Conference Room – downtown San Francisco
131 Steuart Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94105
Lunchtime sessions with Rabbis who have experience traveling in the developing world lead an exploration of Jewish Teaching on justice and human rights issues.
The learning will focus on Jewish responses, your personal connections to justice and how to incorporate the teachings of your life.
Thursday, June 27 Rabbi Daniel Isaacson, Jewish Family and Children’s Services
What is Tikkun Olam?
Thursday, July 25 Rabbi Susan Leider, Congregation Kol Shofar. Moving towards Justice: Fear and Courage in the Balance
Pursuing justice takes courage, but fear often inhibits us. Inspired by Torah and the civil rights movement, we can move through this fear and create a more just world. Delve into these narratives as we navigate together the journey towards courage and redemption.
got shabbat? A Spirited Service and
Traditional Shabbat services followed by a step-by-step Friday, June 286:15 PM
– Traditional Shabbat Services 7:00 PM
– 9:15 PM – A step-by-step Shabbat Dinner
Please RSVP by Tuesday, June 25
to Marcy Levey Klassen
. 415 388-1818 x100.
Click here for more got shabbat? details!
Kol Shofar’s Adult Education program is dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning and spiritual and intellectual growth.
With a broad spectrum of classes, lectures, special events and activities, participants can learn about and enhance their knowledge of Torah, Jewish authors, prayer book Hebrew, Jewish history, philosophy, the Talmud, cooking, Kabbalah, Jewish rituals for the home, and many more topics.
Our teachers include Kol Shofar¹s rabbis, visiting rabbis, rabbis who are among our membership, nationally known speakers, and knowledgeable lay experts that are members.
Questions or suggestions regarding programming? For more details call Kol Shofar at 415 388-1818.