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Involvement Opportunities

Get involved! Please using the following as a guide to become a volunteer and do a mitzvah. 

Bridges to Israel

Become involved with our unique programming and activities about Israel. At Kol Shofar we engage conversation and invite you to bring your own perspective, respect for all opinions and a desire to speak about Israel in a safe environment. To learn more, please contact:

David Levine

Chevra Kadisha

Our Chevra Kadisha (holy society) are loving and compassionate volunteers who help out when there is a death in our community. They bring comfort or food to those in mourning or to help make a shiva minyan. Some have been trained in the sacred act of preparing a body for burial.

Nancy Diamond

Development & Fundraising

Our volunteers help design and implement fundraising activities, including the Capital Campaign, to meet budgetary needs for Kol Shofar.

Hannah Dworkin
(415) 388-1818, ext. 109

Gemilut CHesed (Acts of Loving Kindness)

If someone is ill or returning home after surgery or having a baby, our dedicated group of volunteers provides meals. If someone needs a ride to a doctor appointment, or support or home visits when going through a difficult time, they are here to provide an act of loving kindness. You can chose to help whenever you are available

Adrea Goldberg
(415) 748-7054

Greeters for Shabbat

Volunteer to be a greeter.

Barbara McEntyre


Welcome new members, represent Congregation Kol Shofar at Marin community holiday celebrations, and/or be a buddy.

Robin Koffman
(415) 388-1818, ext. 106

Panim el Panim

Panim el Panim (face to face) is an initiative at Kol Shofar whose goal is to create opportunities to get to know each other and learn about one another’s values and concerns. How do we do that? We encourage congregants to meet one-on-one or in small groups to share their stories and hopes for themselves and their communities. As these conversations take place, congregants might identify shared interests and concerns that they wish to explore further. In some instances, this exploration might lead to joint activities or programs that address them.

Kol Shofar is a founding member of the Marin Organizing Committee (MOC), the Marin County branch of this national movement, whose goal is to work at a local level toward greater community engagement and social change. This commitment is reflective of Kol Shofar’s vision “to teach, inspire, and pursue the principle of Tikkun Olam, the age-old belief that the Jewish People is a partner with God in addressing society’s ills.”

Gail Dorph


The primary function of the Ritual Committee is to advise and support the Rabbi regarding issues of religious law and ritual practice at Kol Shofar. The committee also serves as a means for congregants to express concerns and questions regarding issues related to these or areas of synagogue life.

Lyla Weinstein
(415) 388-1818, ext. 100

Tikkun Olam

Randi Lachter


Visit our Tikkun Olam opportunities page.

Mon, July 15 2024 9 Tammuz 5784