Jun
28
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Jul
12
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Jul
26
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Aug
9
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Aug
23
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Sep
13
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

Sep
27
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.


Jun
18
10:00 am10:00

Pride Parade!

Join your Kol Shalom family we will be gathering at the corner of NW Glisan St and NW 8th Ave. between 10 and 10:30  am.  Our line up is almost exactly at that corner.   See https://pridenw.org/parade-information/

We are#71 in section 12on 8th, right in front ofThe Rose City Rollers #72(how fun).  

So wearyour colorful clothes, funky hats,  and smilesbring your whole family (even the 4 legged ones as long they are on leashes). It will be afestive fun morning full of of love and laughter.  What a beautiful way to celebrate Chai. 

Plan ahead and take trimet.  And do not worry you will still have time to celebrate with dad on his special day, theparade ends at 1. 

 

Jun
14
11:00 am11:00

Sounding Board - KS Community Room

Everyone is welcome to Sounding Board, a discussion group of folks who take seriously the need to enlighten ourselves about national and international events with openness, knowledge, and humor.

May
21
2:00 pm14:00

Get Acquainted Social - KS Center

  • Kol Shalom

A great opportunity to learn about Kol Shalom and Humanistic Judaism. Meet members; watch a video interview of our founder, Rabbi Sherwin Wine; schmooze; eat; and tell us something about yourself and what you're looking for.

Everyone welcome, free of charge.

 

May
18
7:00 pm19:00

Humanistic Judaism Study Group - KS Community Room

A new Humanistic Judaism Study Group. There is no set curriculum – the group will decide on areas of interest to research and discuss. Study group members will share in facilitating the discussions. At our first study group, we will discuss the first article in the most recent Humanistic Judaism journal; Volume XLVI 2017, Number 1; Why Be Anything? And Why Be Jewish? The journal can be found here: http://www.shj.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/2017-Number-1.pdf.

May
7
11:00 am11:00

Sunday Forum - Intermarriage and the Future of Judaism

  • MJCC

Intermarriage is good, period. There’s only one Jewish denomination that can make such a claim with no strings attached. Explore how intercultural marriage — often referred to as “interfaith marriage” where one spouse is Jewish and one is not — isn’t the threat the organized Jewish community historically made it out to be. The question then is what comes next, when intermarriage is instead seen as an opportunity for meaning and growth. Join a conversation facilitated by Paul Golin, who has two decades of experience working on the issues around Jewish intermarriage as an advocate for inclusion and is himself one of the few intermarried executive directors of a Jewish communal organization.