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Here is an overview of activities during the Covid-19 crisis. All activities are from homes via live stream, zoom or something similar. If you are interested in joining, please contact the office at (707) 444-2846 or email at

Friday Night Services – Rabbi Naomi, Rabbi Bob and our lay leaders will lead a variety of Shabbat services from their homes. An abbreviated siddur and song sheets are available by request.

Saturday Morning Torah Study – via Zoom (w/opportunity to say Kaddish). Join a lively discussion on the current parsha and other relevant issues. Details will be in the weekly newsletter.

Tot Shabbat with Rabbi Naomi – August 8th from 10-11 am – Puppets, songs and stories. Older children welcome and encouraged to come!

Saturday Evening Havdalah – 8:30 pm – with Rabbi Naomi and/or other leaders. Havdalah is a beautiful, brief ceremony marking the close of Shabbat after sunset on Saturday.  Join her at, via Zoom, home for blessings, songs and a short teaching. 8:15 pm.

Monday Night Torah – Weekly – 6-7 pm – taught by Phil Lazzar via Zoom. Links will be in the Weekly Update. Open to all ages, backgrounds, and experiences. We take a close look at the Torah portions of the week, the holidays, as well as other topics. The Torah offers us a truly radical worldview. The premise that it and we start with and build upon is the idea that there is a G-d who is the Absolute Good and who is intimately involved in everything that is happening. And, that G-d’s goal in creation is to bestow infinite good upon us. This of course leads us to wonder, if that is G-d’s goal, then why is the world in such a balagan? In addressing this question we look at a number of essential concepts: management vs. transformation, messengers vs. Sender, disease vs. symptoms, darkness vs. double-darkness, selfishness vs. selflessness, egotism vs. altruism, the relationship of arrogance to anger/frustration/annoyance, and more.