December 13, 2017

Shacharit Service on 3/11 at Rabbi Jay’s

The Community is invited to my house for Shacharit (morning Prayers) at 9:30 this Friday morning (3/11). Service will be almost all songs on my harp and should last about 30 minutes…Please join us if you can. We will have bagels and lox and cream cheese….If you would like to bring a snack or soft […]

Glow In The Dark Purim – March 24th

Welcome Back Rabbi Jay Shabbat Service!

Tomorrow night we are having a welcome back Rabbi Jay Friday night Shabbat Service. 6 PM. Be there. If you would like to bring something to share for the oneg afterwards, that would be wonderful, but not necessary. As always, we are collecting non perishable food items for donation. These can be placed in our […]

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Reminder about this weekend’s Shabbatone with Beth Hamon

Please see the attached flyer for details of all our events with Cantorial Soloist Beth Hamon: Tomorrow Night 6 PM at Shalom Bayit Pre – Oneg Followed by Shabbat Services Saturday 10 AM – Noon Torah Study with Beth as our Guest Scholar Saturday 6 PM – Beit Cafe – Coffee House Concert Sunday 1 […]

Birthright Israel Registration is OPEN!

Reply-To: info Get your free, 10-day trip with Birthright Israel and Israel Outdoors now! Today is the Day Registration for the summer season of Birthright Israel is now open! Eligible Jewish adults can now claim their free, 10-day adventure with Birthright Israel and Israel Outdoors. Registration is fast, easy, and commitment-free. Check out our registration […]

A visit with Salima

Oregon Mega Challah Bake – 2.11.16

Rabbi Jay Report #7

To My Holy Community: Jan. 21, 2016 Back on my kibbutz and its good to be home. After the rush and noise and pollution of the cities, the grass and trees and friendly free-roaming dogs (they almost never bark) of the kibbutz are very welcome. Also its good to see friendly faces who welcome me […]

OPB airing of The Jewish Frontier

The Jewish Frontier will air on OPB at 9PM on Monday, January 25th "Oregon Experience The Jewish Frontier They came to the Far West to build a better life away from persecution. Discover the powerful legacy of some of the state’s earliest and most influential settlers: the Jewish pioneers."