Monthly Archives: October 2014

From Holland to Curacao: Sisterhood Brunch

Seventeen women and four men attended the annual Sisterhood Brunch at B’nai Emunah, Sunday, October 19th.  The brunch table was replete with delicious foods enjoyed by everyone. After round-the-table introductions we had a  brief Sisterhood meeting to share information about the … Continue reading

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Kol Nidrei Appeal 5775: Stretch, don’t Kvetch!

By Andrew Nusbaum I am told that people like me are rare. First, I am a native San Franciscan who still lives here, at a time when most of my peers have had to move out of the city or … Continue reading

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Sukkot Celebrations

By Rabbi Mark Melamut Our K-2nd grade B3 Sunday School students learned about what makes a sukkah “kosher” and then went to work on their own candy sukkot. Some details include: -Walls can be made of any material as long … Continue reading

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Sukkot – time for happiness!

By Rabbi Mark Melamut Dear All, Welcome to “z’man simchateinu/the time of our happiness!” Please join us to shake the lulav, nosh, enjoy the sukkah, relax, and connect. We follow this with our GRAND CANDY PARADE MARCH and unrolling of … Continue reading

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