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Friday, June 28



Kabbalat Shabbat Be'Yachad
Welcome the Sabbath Queen with Joyousness and Soul (English-accessible) using instruments, voice and prayer.  

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David J. Cooper

Rabbi & Social Activist
Rabbi David J. Cooper is co-founder of Kehilla Community Synagogue and now serves the shul as Rabbi Emeritus.  In addition to his two decades of work as a congregational rabbi, he is a social activist and a liturgist.  Active in the Jewish Renewal movement, he grew up in Brooklyn... Read More →
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Ami Goodman

Physician & Songleader
Amnon Goodman is a retired physician, a Bay Area songleader, and ba'al t'filah.  He spent a week in 2016 at Standing Rock as a volunteer doctor.  Learn how his experiences embraced and deepened Jewish ethical themes and values (prayerful resistance, tikkun olam, welcoming the stranger... Read More →

Friday June 28, 2019 6:50pm - 7:45pm
Student Center Plaza (Outside)
Saturday, June 29


Orthodox Shacharit Service
Orthodox Shabbat Service

Saturday June 29, 2019 8:45am - 10:50am
Alexander Valley (Student Center, 2nd Floor)


Egalitarian Shacharit Service
Saturday June 29, 2019 9:30am - 10:40am
Darwin 102


The Problem of Prayer and the Face of America – The Next 50 Years
America is a religious nation.  America was founded by Deist Christian leaders who sought a new
model for religion and state (novus ordo seculorum).  America was forged with theologically
reflective guiding phrases: In G. we Trust, G. Bless America and Annuit Coeptis (original: Deo favente

Jewish Americans not so much…
Some Jewish Americans struggle with any form of religious affiliation.  We have a problem with G-d
concepts.  And we have a problem with prayer.

Let’s explore the problem of prayer in light of the changing religious norms in the US and the Jewish progressive urge to adapt and adjust to modernity.  What is the place of praise, thanks, gratitude, personal reflection, ethical triage and spiritual searching?

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Henry Shreibman

Religion & Philosophy, Educator
Rabbi Shreibman has served on the faculty of the Dominican University since 2005.  He helped start the Jewish Studies program at Sonoma State University in 2010 and has also served on faculty at UC Davis.  His academic focus is at the juncture of comparative ancient ethics/philosophy... Read More →

Saturday June 29, 2019 9:30am - 10:40am
Russian River Valley (Student Center, 2nd Floor)




Saturday June 29, 2019 9:20pm - 9:45pm
Student Center Plaza (Outside)
Sunday, June 30


Orthodox Shacharit Service
Orthodox Shabbat Service

Sunday June 30, 2019 8:00am - 9:30am
Alexander Valley (Student Center, 2nd Floor)