Past Events

Reflections on T”U B’Shevat

By Dina Yoshimi with photos by Naomi Olstein

Sifting through my childhood memories of T”U B’Shevat, I recall religious school

teachers urging us to participate in the annual JNF campaign to purchase trees

in Israel.  In classes, we saw… Continue reading

Upcoming Events

Sof Board Meeting

Sunday, February 17, 5:00 pm: Winter Board meeting for Congregation Sof Ma’arav held at the home of Robert & Bernice Littman.

 


End-of-Life Discussion

Sunday February 10, 1-3 pm:  Beyond the Paperwork: Estate Planning; Sponsored… Continue reading

Upcoming and Current Classes Held Every Shabbat

  1. Classes at Sof

 

1).  Group Torah study sessions along with alternating Talmud study (led by Gregg Kinkley) at 9:15-9:50am.

2)   Children’s Class with Biblical stories, lessons from the Torah and an introduction to Hebrew letters, sounds… Continue reading

Jewish Community Services Annual Dinner Honors Marlene Booth and Avi Soifer

by Carolann Biederman

  

 

On Sunday, November 4, 2018, Jewish Community Services celebrated its twentieth year of service to the community with 150 guests at the Pacific Club. The Annual Dinner honored the 2018 Volunteers of the Year… Continue reading

Israeli Consulate at Temple Emanu-El – Thursday December 13

Eitan Weiss of the Israeli Consulate is speaking this Thursday evening December 13 at Temple Emanu-El. Light pupus at 6:00pm with a 7:00pm talk and a question and answer period moderated by Beth-Ann Kozlovich.

Eitan Weiss Flyer

A Talk on “Kvetch” – A Memoir of Music and Survival

Journalist and author Greta Beigel will present a book talk on July 24th at UH Manoa regarding “Kvetch: One Bitch of a Life,” her memoir about growing up an Orthodox Jew and a concert pianist in South Africa during the… Continue reading

Calendar

Upcoming Events

  1. Shabbat Services

    March 30 @ 9:00 am - 1:45 pm
  2. Ethical and Spiritual Wills

    March 31 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Categories

  • Pesach in the Desert
    This year Rabbi Margalit will join Wilderness Torah for this immersive Passover experience as a teacher and presenter. Wilderness Torah describes this amazing experience as “a four day journey to the desert to be in multi-generational village, learn ancestral skills, eat delicious organic meals, explore a variety of fun programming, and enjoy the expansive wonders […]
  • Purim: The Anti Addiction Holiday
    My kids have only seen me get drunk in one situation: at the Purim meal. Because that is basically the only time I do get really drunk. I’ll have a drink or two when friends come over for Shabbat or just for a get together, and I’ll sometimes take a beer out of the refrigerator […]