Yom Shabbat, 9 AdarI 5775
  • Rachamim...Compassion
  • Torah...Learning
  • Ahavah...Love
  • B'rachah...Blessings
  • Shalom...Peace
  • Chesed...Loving Kindness
  • Tz'dakah...Justice

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Rabbi Uri Regev
The Unique Challenge of Israel Being Both a Jewish State and a Democracy

uri regevMarch 3, 7:00-8:30 pm

Rabbi Uri Regev, attorney at law, is founding president of Hiddush. Previously he founded and led the Israel Religious Action Center and later served as President of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. He led and argued legal cases to historic victories before the Israeli Supreme Court regarding “Who is a Jew,” equitable funding for Reform and Conservative institutions and representation on Israeli religious councils, as well as for the rights of Sabbath-observant Jews. He appears frequently on Israeli radio and television and internationally in print and social media.

HIDDUSH—Freedom of Religion in Israel, Inc. is a non-denominational and non-partisan Diaspora-Israel partnership rooted in the commitment to, and deep love for, Israel, and the belief that realizing the promise of religious freedom and equality will strengthen Israel as a democracy and a Jewish state, as well as the relationship between Israel and World Jewry, especially that of the next generation.


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Shabbat Shelanu, this month at B'nai Emunah

Friday, March 8
5:45pm Tot Shabbat
6:30pm Potluck Dinner 
7:30pm Family Friendly Service


And, don't miss out on our Purim Carnival at B'nai Emunah!

Sunday, March 8, 10:00am - 12:00pm (followed by Hevruta Hebrew, 12:30-1:30pm)
Purim shpiel, Megillah reading, carnival, pizza, etc... Fun for the whole family!


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At BIJ we pride ourselves on our welcome and warmth. Jews and non-Jews alike are welcome at all our services and events. We know how important it is to find a spiritual home where Jewish community is valued and real, for Jews and for their non-Jewish family and friends. The congregation is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.

Here, you can make a difference in the temple and its programs, find new friends, nurture your faith, serve the Jewish people in San Francisco Bay Area and in the world around us, and cheer with our crowd at a baseball game.