Weekly Announcements

This Week – June 27

21 Sivan, 5784

Saturday, June 29, 9:45 am – Shabbat Morning Services

Looking Ahead

Saturday, July 5, 5:15 pm – Tot Shabbat

Friday, July 5, 6:00 pm – Shabbat Dinner and Musical Service. Join us for Friday night Shabbat blessings, followed by a catered meal, and spirited musical service. RSVP here.

Membership renewal forms have been sent by email! Please submit them by July 30, 2024. Thanks!

July IFC Food Drive Notice!

Our In recognition of the July 4 holiday and long summer weekend, we will not collect food on Sunday, July 7. We encourage congregants to drop off donations at the Kehillah office during the week, so that we can make a donation the following Monday. The needs are great, so please bring non-perishables to the Kehillah!

Book Club

Our The next meeting will be Sunday, July 7th at 2:00 pm in the library (and on Zoom). Book: Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents (2020) by Isabel Wilkerson. Discussion leader: Catherine Belitsky. All are welcome at this book discussion, organized in collaboration with the Kehillah Racial Equity Team (KRET). Email Carol Nutt to RSVP.

Learn to Make a Tallit!

Our congregant Nancy Curtis is available to help you make your own tallit! She will work with you over several sessions at her home in Durham. Email Nancy if you are interested.

Lovingkindness Circle

Want to receive notifications of opportunities to do acts of lovingkindness for our Kehillah? Sign up on the Lovingkindness Circle’s LotsaHelpingHands page here.

The Lovingkindness Circle is here to support you. If you or a Kehillah member you know could use a meal, cards/messages, friendly phone calls, or visits please contact Kelly Alexander or Molly Diamond.

Community News

Kehillah Artists Featured at Durham Art Guild: The artwork of Lois Bronstein and Kate Rachel Lozier is being featured at the Durham Art Guild from June 21 through July 29, 2024. For more information, contact Kate or the Durham Art Guild.

School Supply and Backpack Drive: The Social Action Committee encourages members to participate in the community-wide school supply drive during the month of July, coordinated by the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church. You can buy supplies and deliver them or make a donation on Amazon. You can also volunteer to unpack and sort. Sign up at https://bit.ly/RSCSupplyDrive More info: https://refugeesupportcenter.org/donate/