Calendar Ad

Chabad has launched our annual Calendar Campaign. The beautiful, colorful calendar for New Year 5779 corresponding to September 2018 – September 2019 will be distributed to over 5,000 homes and businesses throughout the city. 

Please support the calendar campaign allowing us to distribute it widely, strengthening Jewish identity and community. 

There are several ways you can support the calendar campaign: 
1. Advertise your business – see below the various opportunities 
2. Place your families occasions on date of occurrence, i.e. birthdays, anniversaries and Yartzeits
3. Join the Communal Greeting page wishing everyone a Shana Tova. 
4. Place third, half, or full page dedication in honor of someone special

Thank you for your participation and partnering with Chabad for a bright Jewish future! Click here to place an ad in the calendar! for questions and more information, please contact Rabbi Moshe Langer 415.987.8355 or Moshe@ChabadSF.org

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Wednesday, May 16 at 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM PDT

Tap into calm, clarity and consciousness with a soulful meditation led by Frumma Gottleib- cited by Time Magazine as an authority on Jewish Meditation and Mindfulness.

A Workshop by Frumma Rosenberg-Gottleib. 
Co-author of the forthcoming book AWESOME AGING, educator and spiritual mentor, Frumma is a certified ICF Coach specializing in personal growth, relationships, and addiction coaching. She has been cited by Time Magazine as an expert on Mindfulness in Judaism, interviewed by Huffington Post, and quoted in Ariana Huffington's book, THRIVE. She has also appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show and was featured in the runaway best seller Small Miracles.

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 Lunch and Learn

May 19th, 7:00-10:00 PM 

Shavuot TED-style Talks
Ideas Worth Spreading

Sip Wine. Study. Discuss.

10 Minute power talks, showcasing important ideas that change attitudes and lives.

10 minute presentations, designed to inspire and educate on passions related directly or indirectly to Judaism, Jewish life, Jewish Values or the Jewish Community etc..

Mix and mingle with other Young Jewish Professionals over wine and a delicious dairy buffet by Frena Bakery and Cafe

 

Click here to RSVP and for more information

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 Lunch and Learn

Enjoy nourishment for your body and soul 12-1pm every Wednesday. 
Xim inc 400 Beale St #103 (Entrance right off the street).

Email us to let us know your attending. 

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Talmud Club 

 TALMUD CLUB
Every Wednesday
7:30pm - Schmooze & Cruise
8:00pm - Talmud

@ Chabad 
SF  496 Natoma St. (@6th St.)

Suggested donation $20 at 
www.chabadsf.org/donate leave a note in the comments 'Talmud Club'
Questions? Email Shmulik@chabadsf.org

What is the the Talmud Club about?

For over a thousand years, our most important cultural activity has been the study of Talmud. It has sustained us through persecution and exile, shaping the discourse of our people and serving as the crowning achievement of our intellectual tradition.

Perhaps you have been curious about the Talmud, but thought it was complex and inaccessible to anyone lacking extensive training. Not anymore. The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is proud to launch the MYSHIUR Talmud Learning Initiative, an innovative entry to this magnificent work. You need no prior knowledge of the Talmud and no formal legal training. There are no prerequisites other than an open mind.

You will enter the world of the yeshiva. The MYSHIUR Talmud Learning Initiative brings you authentic Talmud study with a master teacher. Sit before an open page of the Gemara and engage in intense discourse and debate. We provide the guidance and support that lets you take part in this thrilling Jewish intellectual tradition.

We invite you to join a 2,000-year-old conversation that is still relevant today. Join us in the ancient study halls of Jerusalem and Babylonia. Add your voice to other voices that span the millennia, as you experience firsthand the exhilarating mental exploration that characterizes traditional Talmud study.