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A Mantra for When Life is Full of Stress
How wonderful! Our amazing Cantor Kyle Cotler. This magnificent orchestra. Our fabulous Or Ami chorale. And with Rabbi Lana Zilberman Soloway building out an impressive adult learning program and inspiring our youth, and all of us gathered together here and streaming in from all over the world, what a wonderful start of Jewish New Year 5784, abound with simchas and blessings, with hopes and dreams.
Except that “wherever we go, there we are.” And we bring with us into this new year all the realities of last year that no matter how much we might wish it, just don’t go *poof* and disappear. So many of us, in conversations with loved ones, in texts to friends, in sessions with therapists, and over coffee with your rabbi, are all commenting upon the same thing: That life out there is so full of stress, that we often want to pull back, circle the wagons, and just take care of ourselves…
Honor Your Loved Ones with a Permanent Memorial Plaque
Honoring the memory of loved ones
Celebrating simchas and honoring living
In memory of, or honoring living pets

Friday, December 8
4:30 pm to 7:30 pm PT  (In-Person)
Chanukah Celebration at Or Ami

We’ve got quite the extravagant Chanukah celebration for you! We begin with a Chanukah youth party! Then all are invited to a BBQ community dinner and multigenerational Chanukah service (including a big Chanukah menorah lighting)!

Dinner Cost
$18 per adult / teen age 13 and up
$13 per child age 5 – 12
Children age 4 and under eat free
Please RSVP below for dinner!

Attending the service only? Just show up – no RSVP required!

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Friday, December 15
Home Shabbat

No Service in Synagogue this week.


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