Thank you to the over 400 members of our community who attended JCRC's celebration honoring Rabbi Doug Kahn's 30th anniversary. The evening was filled with heartfelt good wishes for Doug. The audience was moved and uplifted by a special video tribute to Doug, which ended with rousing applause and a standing ovation at the announcement of a $1.15 million fund established in Doug's name to support JCRC's trips to Israel for officials and civic leaders.
We are grateful for the extraordinary generosity of the founding donors of the Doug Kahn Israel Outreach Travel Fund, and to all who participated in the event. Your support made it a truly memorable night!
Iluminando el Camino (Lighting the Way)
Telling Our Immigrant Stories through Spoken Word
Thursday, December 13th 6-7:30 PM
@ Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Through creative sharing of our different immigration narratives we hope to foster a spirit of interfaith solidarity for immigrant justice, and gain a better understanding and appreciation for the different traditions we come from.
The event falls on Hanukkah, so we plan to make it a festive holiday celebration, with latkes and other goodies. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to share in the fun!
Community Partners: (Partial List)
The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, Carecen, Youth Speaks, The American Jewish Committee, (AJC), The Interfaith Coalition for Immigrants Rights (ICIR), United Religions Initiative (URI), Bend the Arc, Moishe House, and the San Francisco Interfaith Council.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity at the Recession Relief Food Pantry
Volunteer shifts: 3:00 - 5:00 pm or 5:00 - 7:00 pm Temple UMC, San Francisco
JCRC, San Francisco State University, and Temple UMC have come together to serve food to over 400 families each week. Help combat the increase in need during these tough economic times. For more info contact Jessica Trubowitch at email@example.com or 415.977.7409.
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Come to A Free JCL Tutor Training Workshop
You have 168 hours in your week.
She only needs one.
Inspired by the Jewish values of social justice and
Tikkun Olam, the Jewish Coalition for Literacy (JCL)
trains, places and supports volunteer reading tutors
in underserved public elementary schools
throughout the Bay Area.
SAN FRANCISCO - New Tutor Training Dates for Spring 2013:
Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 1:00pm-4:00pm Congregation Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street (@ Arguello), San Francisco
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 5:30pm-8:30pm Congregation Sherith Israel, Newman Hall, 2266 California Street (@ Webster), San Francisco
JCRC mobilizes Jewish community members each year to volunteer their time at PHC - an extraordinary city initiative providing dozens of health and human services to thousands of the city's homeless. Click here for more info.
San Francisco Pride
Each year, JCRC marches at the San Francisco Pride Parade to show our overwhelming support for LGBT rights and liberation. Past Pride events have included rainbow kippot making, breakfast, planning meetings, and marching in the parade. Our diverse contingent has been made up of Jewish families, Jewish community members and public officials, Jewish student groups, synagogues, and Jewish organizations.
For more information or to be involved in next year's Pride celebration please contact Margee Churchon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.977.7419.
Abrahamic Traditions brings together Muslim, Jewish and Christian faith leaders and community members to learn about shared valued and divergent viewpoints.
This ongoing series is presented by JCRC, Pacifica Institute, Interfaith Center at the Presidio, Islamic Society of San Francisco, San Francisco Interfaith Council, United Muslims of America, and the United Religions Initiative.
For more information, contact Abby Porth.