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Saturday May 23 - Monday May 25
We have a full slate of events scheduled for Shavuot!
Erev Shavuot, Saturday
Come get enlightened and sugar high and deliriously tired in honor of Torah.
Dinner, discussion and a class with Rabbi Noa Kushner at the Women's Building, 9pm.
Late night learning and dessert at 971 Dolores Street, 11:15pm.
Shavuot day 1 morning services
Join us for services for the first day at the Women's Building (3543 18th Street). We'll meet a little later than usual so you can sleep after last night's shenani- oh, we mean studying.
Shavuot day 2 morning services
We'll have services for the 2nd day of Shavuot at our usual time, at the Women's Building (3543 18th Street).
BBQ on 2nd day Shavuot
Monday May 25, 1:30pm
We just got all the rules for eating meat, so come help us put them to use with a kosher BBQ! Join us at 971 Dolores Street for a potluck on this glorious Memorial Day afternoon. Bring kosher meat or pareve items to grill and to share.
We will begin at 1:30pm and lunch will be followed by reading Megillat Rut.
More details are on the Calendar.
Friday nights at 7:00 Pacific Time
At the Women's Building
3543 18th St.
between Guerrero and Valencia.
We'll be in the Audre Lorde room on the second floor.
The minyan meets every Friday night - join us! If
you are interested in leading a part of the service - kabbalat Shabbat,
ma'ariv or kiddush, please contact the gabbais (ritual coordinators).
Every Friday, we try to arrange home hospitality
between hosts who have space at their Shabbat meals, and folks new to
the Minyan who are looking to meet some new people at a Shabbat dinner.
If you are either a host or a guest looking for a match, please drop a note
to our esteemed meal-matchers so that they can
plan the matching. It's important that you contact her by Wednesday before
Shabbos, and include important details like:
vegetarian / I'm vegan / I'm kosher and need to eat at a home with hechshered
products and separate sets of utensils / I'm kosher but as long as any
meat is kosher I'm fine eating anywhere / etc etc.
Please be complete and we'll do what we can!
Most Saturday mornings at 9:40
We meet roughly three Saturdays each month during most of the year, and roughly twice per month in the summertime: For the current schedule, check the Calendar.
Please be on time so that we can make a minyan
of 10 men and 10 women by 10:00 AM at the latest.
As always, we need to ensure that we will have at
least 10 men and 10 women in advance. If we can count on you for our minyan
this week, or if you'd like a part in the service, please
let us know -
we'd love to hear from you!