Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Mission Minyan in SF this Shabbos!

I still haven't attended, but it always sounds so cool! Here's the info for the Mission Minyan for this coming Shabbos:
Kabbalat Shabbat: Friday, March 3
6:30 PM at the Women's Building
3543 18th St. between Guerrero and Valencia.
Kabbalat Shabbat this month is being sponsored by Sherrie Morr.
(Thank you!)
We'll be in the Audre Lorde Room on the second floor. If having a seat is
very important to you, we urge you
to arrive early as the space gets crowded.

We start Kabbalat Shabbat at 6:30 sharp, and we'll get to ma'ariv by 7:00.
A kiddush will follow around 7:30, and then we are pleased to make as many
matches as possible for those of you hosting and seeking Shabbat dinner
arrangements. See below for more details.

Shabbat morning: Saturday, March 4
9:30 AM at the home of Andy and Emily Shapiro Katz
675 Guerrero, between 18th and 19th

Join us for Shabbat featuring Parshat Terumah. If you are interested in
participating in the service by leyning, leading part of the service,
hagba, etc, let David know ASAP at marhevka AT calmail DOT berkeley.edu.

A kiddush and lunch will follow, and your contributions are welcome if
they are hechsher kosher and you can deliver them before Shabbat. If you
have questions about that, direct them to Emily at
emilyshapirokatz AT gmail DOT com.

***IMPORTANT NOTE: We need a minyan by 10 AM at the latest. In our
community, a minyan is 10 men and 10 women. Please do try to come early as
folks showing up on time really does make a difference. ***
Click here for more details.

1 Comments:

Blogger Esther Kustanowitz said...

The Mission Minyan is definitely cool--very eclectic and spirited, it will always be how I remember Jewish San Francisco.

Mon Mar 06, 09:10:00 AM 2006  

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