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Passover 2023 / 5783
To read the Rabbinical Assembly's (RA) Passover Guide, click here. Click here to read Kol Shofar's Passover Timeline & Guide.

To sell your chametz, click here to fill out and submit your form by noon on April 5th.

We encourage members who would like to open their homes to others in need of a place for seder or if a member would like to be included as a guest at a home-hosted seder, to please contact Dawn Castelli.

Volunteers needed to kasher the Kol Shofar kitchen at 9:00 AM on Tuesday, April 4. Please contact Dawn Castelli for details.
Time: check our calendar
Dates:  Pesach begins the evening of April 5 and ends the evening of April 13 


Weekly Events + Series: 

Cantor’s Class
Whether a Hebrew beginner or expert, in her warm and inclusive style, Cantor Naomi Weiss will guide a class designed to navigate the structure of the prayerbook, focusing on building the skills to lead the prayer service, as well as how to read from the Torah.
Time: 10:00 -11:00 AM
Dates:  April 2, 30, May 7 

Lunch & Learn
Join the Rabbi, as well as friends and community members for an engaging hour of study on topics ranging from the weekly Torah portion to timely Jewish issues. Feel free to bring a vegetarian lunch and eat while you learn.
Time: 12:15 – 1:15 PM
Dates:  March 30

Chai Lights Weekly Walk 
For more information contact:
Ruthanne Ranz-Appell

Philosophies of Judaism
A deep dive into big Jewish ideas and great Jewish thinkers with David Fankushen. Currently, the course is offered on Zoom.
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Dates: First and Third Thursdays

For more information contact the Kol Shofar office: (415) 388-1818 ext. 106.

Spirituality Book Study Group
This lay-led group takes on various types of Jewish spiritual literature in attempt to grow in their own individual spiritual development. For information about the current book of study, as well as time and date of the next meeting, contact:
Linda Samuels

Talmud Tuesdays
A lay-led group study, focusing on important sections of the Talmud, with an eye towards understanding both the original intent of the text and how the teachings may apply to modern life. No knowledge of Hebrew is required nor any previous experience with Talmud study.
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 AM (following weekday morning minyan)
Dates: Tuesdays

Fri, March 31 2023 9 Nisan 5783