Sha'ar Zahav

Sha'ar Zahav

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25 photos at Sha'ar Zahav 1st Night of Hanukah Candle Lighting are uploaded under https://www.ourtownsf.org/photos
Shalom !
Do you want to learn Hebrew? Or do you want to take your current Hebrew to the next level?
I'm Niri Zach. I was born and raised in Israel and have been teaching Hebrew for the past 10 years. In my classes you will learn the Modern Hebrew that is spoken in Israel today. While it takes commitment and practice to learn a new language, I always do my best to make the classes fun and engaging!…
www.nirimodernhebrew.com
What are you seeking that will help you enter the season of the High Holy Days with intention? Maybe it's here...check out our full slate of Elul classes this month. All are welcome to join!
Pride Shabbat at Beit Ha'Chidush
On July 31, 2020 we will celebrate Pride Shabbat.
Due to the circumstances, we will not gather in the synagogue, but online via Zoom.
We will provide a Kabbalat Shabbat service in the spirit of Pride, with the cooperation of several members of Beit Ha'Chidush.
After the service we will make kiddush and motzi (blessing over the day, with wine and bread).
And we top off the evening with a shiur / lecture by Abby Stein.
Abby grew up in an Orthodox environment in Williamsburg, New York, and after getting her smicha (rabbinical ordination) came out as transgender. She wrote a book about this intense period: “Becoming Eve”. She is an activist and lecturer all over the world and we are very proud that she is virtually joining us on this special occasion.
Details: Friday evening July 31, 2020:
7 pm: Kabbalat Shabbat service
7:45 pm: Kiddush and Motzi
8 pm: Shiur / lecture by Abby Stein.
Obligatory registration at: [email protected]
22 photos at Community Pride Seder are uploaded under https://www.ourtownsf.org/photos
Do have photos from the CSZ online community sedar you can share with me please? The SF Bay Times newspaper is looking to publish photos of our community’s sedars and is especially interested in our temple.
Paul Margolis
Happy Passover! Check out this article in the SFChronicle quoting member Arthur Slepian and I about how seders will be different this year for all of us. How are you celebrating this year? Come to our 2nd night Virtual seder this Thursday! Info is on our website homepage.
Music in the Mishkan on 4/26 still shows up on your calendar. Has this event been cancelled or postponed?
The only place where things always seem to make sense to me is not “on” earth but 30,000ft above it. Fields organized in perfect squares and circles, the lights of cities glistening, each a testament to the awe-some capabilities of humankind, the sun still rising and setting in natures perfect clockwork, and all aircraft systems gently humming along to keep my flying machine aloft. Up close, at the surface, things can feel chaotic, uncertain and anxious, but from up here, you’re going to be alright, Earth, and the universe in which you exist is unfolding as it should.

So...

“Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism. Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass. Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul. With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy.”

- Max Ehrmann, D
Gender Schmear 2020 on March 7 is included on ourtownsf.org events calendar. Too bad I already have plans for Krewe de Kinque that evening.
Please make a statement about Trump's executive order.

Sha'ar Zahav, meaning Golden Gate, is a progressive Reform synagogue, established in 1977. We are le***an, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual Jews, together with family and friends, both Jewish and non-Jewish.

Operating as usual

08/09/2021

Don't miss our next racial equity learning program all about the land we stand on.

The Land at 290 Dolores
Sunday, August 22 - 6:00-7:30 pm

Kelly Thiemann and the Racial Equity Committee invite you have virtual dinner with us to discuss the history of the land upon which our shul is built. We will be looking at the history of three periods: Ohlone, Mission and post 1906 earthquake.
Join the Meeting: Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81324975967?pwd=aEdTTFhXZzUzNkxKUkNFWEFBNHlvUT09

Don't miss our next racial equity learning program all about the land we stand on.

The Land at 290 Dolores
Sunday, August 22 - 6:00-7:30 pm

Kelly Thiemann and the Racial Equity Committee invite you have virtual dinner with us to discuss the history of the land upon which our shul is built. We will be looking at the history of three periods: Ohlone, Mission and post 1906 earthquake.
Join the Meeting: Zoom link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81324975967?pwd=aEdTTFhXZzUzNkxKUkNFWEFBNHlvUT09

08/09/2021

Garden Adventure @ Sha’ar Zahav for Beit Sefer Families +
Saturday, August 21 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Come do a mitzvah! We are going to reclaim, replant & re-beautify our Sha’ar Zahav garden. Bring masks, gloves, garden tools and a water bottle. We’ll provide snacks, plants & garden art. Can we plant it? Yes, we can! People of all ages, including friends and folks curious about the Beit Sefer community, are welcome! Please read our reopening values and sign our brit before you come.

RSVP to Sue Bojdak [email protected] by Thursday, August 19

Garden Adventure @ Sha’ar Zahav for Beit Sefer Families +
Saturday, August 21 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Come do a mitzvah! We are going to reclaim, replant & re-beautify our Sha’ar Zahav garden. Bring masks, gloves, garden tools and a water bottle. We’ll provide snacks, plants & garden art. Can we plant it? Yes, we can! People of all ages, including friends and folks curious about the Beit Sefer community, are welcome! Please read our reopening values and sign our brit before you come.

RSVP to Sue Bojdak [email protected] by Thursday, August 19

07/09/2021

Reparations: What Are Reparations, and How Do Jewish Values Call Us to Address this question?
Sunday, July 25 - 4:00 - 5:30 pm on Zoom

Reparations are an important part of the path to racial equity in this country, but the word can mean many things. Deborah Levy will give an overview of conversations and initiatives currently in play, in the context of our Jewish values. Hershel Daniels Jr., of the African Diaspora Directorate and Friends of the African Union, will join us to present his "Black Folks Plan" for Reparations.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIsf-mpqDMrG92C6p3KHCSNCkY1uoBSLdJK

Join us every 4th Sunday as we continue our anti-racism work at Sha'ar Zahav, learning, asking, discussing, reflecting, and considering actions that will lead to greater equity and justice. This event is sponsored by Sha’ar Zahav’s Racial Equity Group.

Reparations: What Are Reparations, and How Do Jewish Values Call Us to Address this question?
Sunday, July 25 - 4:00 - 5:30 pm on Zoom

Reparations are an important part of the path to racial equity in this country, but the word can mean many things. Deborah Levy will give an overview of conversations and initiatives currently in play, in the context of our Jewish values. Hershel Daniels Jr., of the African Diaspora Directorate and Friends of the African Union, will join us to present his "Black Folks Plan" for Reparations.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIsf-mpqDMrG92C6p3KHCSNCkY1uoBSLdJK

Join us every 4th Sunday as we continue our anti-racism work at Sha'ar Zahav, learning, asking, discussing, reflecting, and considering actions that will lead to greater equity and justice. This event is sponsored by Sha’ar Zahav’s Racial Equity Group.

07/09/2021

Sha'ar Zahav's Baby Havurah
Saturday, July 24 @ 11am at Precita Park in SF

Babies are in the Park! Baby Havurah is a monthly gathering of people ages 0-2 and their families where we connect about parenting and build community together. All are welcome. Please review our Sacred Values for ReOpening (https://shaarzahav.org/sz-reopening-sacred-values-and-brit/) and sign our Brit/Covenant before you come.

Sha'ar Zahav's Baby Havurah
Saturday, July 24 @ 11am at Precita Park in SF

Babies are in the Park! Baby Havurah is a monthly gathering of people ages 0-2 and their families where we connect about parenting and build community together. All are welcome. Please review our Sacred Values for ReOpening (https://shaarzahav.org/sz-reopening-sacred-values-and-brit/) and sign our Brit/Covenant before you come.

06/14/2021

Housing Discrimination and Systemic Racism
Sunday, June 20 - 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Register for the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIscu2rpz0vHtwfeOXRHcPEvkVAPL7jwNIk

Join Sha'ar Zahav members Ora Prochovnick and Kelly Thiemann as they examine past and present local housing policies that contribute towards racial inequities in housing and inherited wealth, contributing to systemic racism. This event is sponsored by Sha’ar Zahav’s Racial Equity Group.

Housing Discrimination and Systemic Racism
Sunday, June 20 - 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Register for the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIscu2rpz0vHtwfeOXRHcPEvkVAPL7jwNIk

Join Sha'ar Zahav members Ora Prochovnick and Kelly Thiemann as they examine past and present local housing policies that contribute towards racial inequities in housing and inherited wealth, contributing to systemic racism. This event is sponsored by Sha’ar Zahav’s Racial Equity Group.

06/14/2021

Thursday, June 17th, 11AM-12:15PM PT

In this JFCS Holocaust Center Summer Learning Series session, we honor the history, memory, and legacy of Jerry Rosenstein. Dr. Yedida Kanfer and guests Ingrid Lobet, Cantor Sharon Bernstein, Sha'ar Zahav, and Martin Tannenbaum, JFCS, will guide us towards a deeper understanding of Jerry's unique experience as a gay man and Holocaust survivor in San Francisco. This Pride Month, we focus on the beauty within intersecting q***r and Jewish identity and we celebrate the vibrant life of Jerry Rosenstein.
Register here: https://rememberingjerry.eventbrite.com

Thursday, June 17th, 11AM-12:15PM PT

In this JFCS Holocaust Center Summer Learning Series session, we honor the history, memory, and legacy of Jerry Rosenstein. Dr. Yedida Kanfer and guests Ingrid Lobet, Cantor Sharon Bernstein, Sha'ar Zahav, and Martin Tannenbaum, JFCS, will guide us towards a deeper understanding of Jerry's unique experience as a gay man and Holocaust survivor in San Francisco. This Pride Month, we focus on the beauty within intersecting q***r and Jewish identity and we celebrate the vibrant life of Jerry Rosenstein.
Register here: https://rememberingjerry.eventbrite.com

05/24/2021

A session to take action and support the Equality Act together!

Join us on Wednesday, May 26 at 6 pm. Jon Cohen, Director of Community Mobilization at Keshet will educate us, and walk us through the easy steps of online activism and offline actions you can take too.

RSPV here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkce2vrTgiHt32VhRkA6x6IO-FnvpHeQUr

A session to take action and support the Equality Act together!

Join us on Wednesday, May 26 at 6 pm. Jon Cohen, Director of Community Mobilization at Keshet will educate us, and walk us through the easy steps of online activism and offline actions you can take too.

RSPV here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkce2vrTgiHt32VhRkA6x6IO-FnvpHeQUr

05/24/2021

We are kicking off our month of Pride with a same-sex marriage and Jewish law convo. Please join!

Date: Wednesday, June 2
Time: 7 - 8:30 pm
RSVP required: https://shaarzahav.org/holidays/

In 2015, same-sex marriage became legal across the US. Changing “bride” and “groom” to "spouse" on licenses was all it took to put marriage equality into effect. But Jewish marriage ritual is trickier; its words are based on concepts of acquisition – in ways not well suited to same-sex or any egalitarian couples.

Reb Irwin will lay out the difficulties of this traditional language, and explore the empowering words of Ruth's vows to Naomi.

We are kicking off our month of Pride with a same-sex marriage and Jewish law convo. Please join!

Date: Wednesday, June 2
Time: 7 - 8:30 pm
RSVP required: https://shaarzahav.org/holidays/

In 2015, same-sex marriage became legal across the US. Changing “bride” and “groom” to "spouse" on licenses was all it took to put marriage equality into effect. But Jewish marriage ritual is trickier; its words are based on concepts of acquisition – in ways not well suited to same-sex or any egalitarian couples.

Reb Irwin will lay out the difficulties of this traditional language, and explore the empowering words of Ruth's vows to Naomi.

05/20/2021

Holidays celebrated at Sha’ar Zahav are both the ones we may have learned about as children and those unfolding for us in our evolving world, such as Pride!

Click to see our line-up of events and celebrations this year. Everyone is welcome!

https://shaarzahav.org/holidays/

Holidays celebrated at Sha’ar Zahav are both the ones we may have learned about as children and those unfolding for us in our evolving world, such as Pride!

Click to see our line-up of events and celebrations this year. Everyone is welcome!

https://shaarzahav.org/holidays/

05/20/2021

Our hearts are heavy as we take in the news, witnessing the loss of Israeli and Palestinian lives as the violence continues. Our community holds diverse views, but we are united in our grief and pain. Our Torah portion this week, Naso, brings us the Priestly Blessing, the threefold prayer that beseeches G!d to bless us with protection and peace. We say after each line of the prayer, “Ken yehi ratzon,” which means, “May it be so.” We pray today for that peace to be made a reality. May it be so. I’d like to offer a poem that has been holding me over the recent eruption of violence. The poet is crying out to G!d for peace as we do today.

The Smoke Has Not Cleared: A Prayer for Peace

Lift us up, lay us down,
hold us in our grief,
quiet the trembling earth,
quiet our trembling hearts,
make peace for us right now
because we can’t do this alone,
because parents are grieving
and the land is ravaged
and the smoke
and the smoke has not cleared.
-Hila Ratzabi

Art by Paul Tong.

Our hearts are heavy as we take in the news, witnessing the loss of Israeli and Palestinian lives as the violence continues. Our community holds diverse views, but we are united in our grief and pain. Our Torah portion this week, Naso, brings us the Priestly Blessing, the threefold prayer that beseeches G!d to bless us with protection and peace. We say after each line of the prayer, “Ken yehi ratzon,” which means, “May it be so.” We pray today for that peace to be made a reality. May it be so. I’d like to offer a poem that has been holding me over the recent eruption of violence. The poet is crying out to G!d for peace as we do today.

The Smoke Has Not Cleared: A Prayer for Peace

Lift us up, lay us down,
hold us in our grief,
quiet the trembling earth,
quiet our trembling hearts,
make peace for us right now
because we can’t do this alone,
because parents are grieving
and the land is ravaged
and the smoke
and the smoke has not cleared.
-Hila Ratzabi

Art by Paul Tong.

05/18/2021

We will discuss problems and solutions in criminal justice, hate crimes, gun violence, drug addiction, racism, and more. Join the conversation and bring your questions!

RSVP here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qd--urTgrHtGFt45c_la9obi0S4PKGmcM
Alternatively, you can email li[email protected].

We will discuss problems and solutions in criminal justice, hate crimes, gun violence, drug addiction, racism, and more. Join the conversation and bring your questions!

RSVP here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qd--urTgrHtGFt45c_la9obi0S4PKGmcM
Alternatively, you can email [email protected].

Photos from Sha'ar Zahav's post 05/14/2021

While SF Pride is forgoing the traditional parade due to the pandemic, we are expressing our longing to gather and share our pride, as Jews, together, next year!

Order your Sha'ar Zahav 2021 Pride T-shirt by Wednesday, May 26 here: https://shaarzahavsf.shulcloud.com/form/pride-2021-t-shirts-pre-order-form.html (regular and fitted cut sizes available)

Get ready for Pride! These t-shirts will be vintage next year.

05/11/2021

Our community is one, whole, and beautiful! Come celebrate with us. You too belong here!

The service will be on Zoom. Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/uZEvdeCopzMi2cQMmGqolIu9UyFj06MODw

Our community is one, whole, and beautiful! Come celebrate with us. You too belong here!

The service will be on Zoom. Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/uZEvdeCopzMi2cQMmGqolIu9UyFj06MODw

04/27/2021

Join us for Shabbat services this Friday, and stay for a conversation with Donnovan Yisrael, Senior Health Educator of Mental Health and Wellbeing at Stanford’s Vaden Health Center.

As a Pilipino American convert, Donnovan will lead a conversation about the intersection of Jewish identity, conversion and race.

Shabbat services at 7:30 pm led by Rabbi Copeland and Larry Best, talk at 8:15 pm, followed by Q&A until 9:00 pm.

Registration required here: https://shaarzahav.org/services/

Join us for Shabbat services this Friday, and stay for a conversation with Donnovan Yisrael, Senior Health Educator of Mental Health and Wellbeing at Stanford’s Vaden Health Center.

As a Pilipino American convert, Donnovan will lead a conversation about the intersection of Jewish identity, conversion and race.

Shabbat services at 7:30 pm led by Rabbi Copeland and Larry Best, talk at 8:15 pm, followed by Q&A until 9:00 pm.

Registration required here: https://shaarzahav.org/services/

04/15/2021

Feeling burned out while coping with the pandemic? Join us on Sunday afternoon for an expert perspective and a pathway to begin to heal. Our conversation will be led by Dr. Betsy Stone and it is brought to you by Sha'ar Zahav as part of our COVID anniversary events. Open to all! Members and non-members.

Date: Sunday, April 18
Time: 4:00 - 5:15 PM
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87437745590...
Meeting ID: 874 3774 5590 Passcode: 197429

Feeling burned out while coping with the pandemic? Join us on Sunday afternoon for an expert perspective and a pathway to begin to heal. Our conversation will be led by Dr. Betsy Stone and it is brought to you by Sha'ar Zahav as part of our COVID anniversary events. Open to all! Members and non-members.

Date: Sunday, April 18
Time: 4:00 - 5:15 PM
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87437745590...
Meeting ID: 874 3774 5590 Passcode: 197429

Mayim Bialik with Anita Friedman 04/07/2021

Mayim Bialik with Anita Friedman

Let’s go! #mentalwellness #wellbeingjourney

Mayim Bialik with Anita Friedman Thursday, April 15 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. (PT)

04/06/2021

Join us as we explore the ecological underpinnings of Judaism, and bring our whole Jewish selves to the challenge of climate change.#GreenShabbat #EarthDay2021

Register here: https://shaarzahav.org/services/

Join us as we explore the ecological underpinnings of Judaism, and bring our whole Jewish selves to the challenge of climate change.#GreenShabbat #EarthDay2021

Register here: https://shaarzahav.org/services/

03/31/2021

We heart Hamaqom! #tdov2021

03/30/2021

"Passover is the season of our liberation, but we know that freedom is not a one-time moment. It is ongoing." Rabbi Copeland

Tomorrow is Transgender Day of Visibility and we are dedicating a panel to hear the voices of transgender and non-conforming (TGNC) members of our community, followed by short learning sessions. This is one of the most important events of the year and we hope you will attend.

- Wednesday, March 31 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on Zoom
- Open to Members and Non-members.
​​​​​​- ​Everyone is welcome! No RSVP required.
- Meeting ID: 894 0180 1154
- Passcode: 446740

The theme of the panel will be inclusion in the synagogue, and the program will include breakout sessions about pronouns, shifting identities, dispelling misconceptions, and safe-space for trans-attracted people.

Our program is an accompaniment to the Trans Jews are Here 2021 Convening by our sister synagogue in NY, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah - CBST.

Questions? Need help? Do not hesitate to email Liliana Peliks at [email protected].

"Passover is the season of our liberation, but we know that freedom is not a one-time moment. It is ongoing." Rabbi Copeland

Tomorrow is Transgender Day of Visibility and we are dedicating a panel to hear the voices of transgender and non-conforming (TGNC) members of our community, followed by short learning sessions. This is one of the most important events of the year and we hope you will attend.

- Wednesday, March 31 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on Zoom
- Open to Members and Non-members.
​​​​​​- ​Everyone is welcome! No RSVP required.
- Meeting ID: 894 0180 1154
- Passcode: 446740

The theme of the panel will be inclusion in the synagogue, and the program will include breakout sessions about pronouns, shifting identities, dispelling misconceptions, and safe-space for trans-attracted people.

Our program is an accompaniment to the Trans Jews are Here 2021 Convening by our sister synagogue in NY, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah - CBST.

Questions? Need help? Do not hesitate to email Liliana Peliks at [email protected].

Our Story

Since our founding in 1977 as a spiritual home for LGBTQ Jews, we offer the warmth and comfort of chosen family -- embracing a diversity of individuals of all sexualities, genders, races, abilities and inter-faith families. Join us for services and celebrate our history and continued vibrancy as a diverse Jewish community in San Francisco!

Shabbat Services:

Friday Evening Service, 7:30pm

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Kids' Shabbat Club Trailer
Hanukkah sameach from Sha'ar Zahav and Castro Merchants!! #hanukkah
#sukkot #shaarzahav
Out here at Dolores Park celebrating Sukkot! #shaarzahav #sukkot #sukkah #shalom

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Friday evening Shabbat Services at 7:30 pm (First Fridays of the month are 8:15 pm) Saturday morning Shabbat Services are at 10:15 am

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290 Dolores St
San Francisco, CA
94103

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We come from a wide range of religious, ethnic, class and cultural backgrounds to worship God with egalitarian, feminist and gay-positive Jewish liturgy.
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