The Marin community comes together to hear real acts of courage during the Yom Hashoah observance, with stories from survivors. At Congregation Kol Shofar, 215 Blackfield Drive, Tiburon. Call (415) 388-1818 with questions.
Purim is Wednesday, March 20
Purim Costume Party for Littles 4:30 pm in our Sanctuary
Bring your little ones (babies through kindergarteners) in their costumes, and join us for songs, silliness and hamantaschen.
Remembering Feng Shan Ho, the "Chinese Schindler": The Untold Story of a Hero of the Holocaust
In 1938-39, Dr. Feng Shan Ho, a Chinese diplomat posted in Vienna, saved thousands of Austrian Jews from the peril of Nazi Germany by issuing visas for them to travel to Shanghai.
CHANUKAH AT RODEF SHOLOM - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
4:45 pm, Sanctuary
Bring your little ones (toddlers through kindergarteners) in their PJs, a chanukiyah and candles, and a blanket to sit on. We will sing songs, learn the story of Chanukah, have a snack in the social hall and light our candles together. RSVP here.
Festival services begin at 10:30 am in the courtyard sukkah.
7:45 pm: Panel Discussion - Standing Again at Sinai: How Women's Voices Have Shaped Rabbinic Tradition, moderated by Rabbi Steinberg with Rabbis Leider, Levy and Rosen-Brown
8:45 pm: Shavuot service and Havdalah, led by Rabbis LEdier and Levy, honoring Kol Shofar teens
Join us for an early dinner in the social hall before we move into the sanctuary for our supersized Hamilton-inspired Purim Schpiel!
Bring your favorite menorah (and candles!) from home to light during Chanukah Shabbat services, and fill our sanctuary with light, joy and music. While you're at it, bring a clean, warm jacket or raincoat for us to distribute to our REST (winter shleter) guests, and/or a new toy for the San Rafael Santa Cops to distribute to kids in need. Come fill our sanctuary with light and joy and music!
Please note that while this service falls on the 3rd Friday of the month, the service will begin at 6:15 (not 7:30) pm.
Johnny Doughnuts will be serving our version of sufganiyot, coffee and hot chocolate before services start at 6:15 pm. There's no better way to ruin your dinner than a few doughnuts on a Friday evening - c'mon, it's Chanukah!