Sermons
Setting Aside Time – Rabbi Ronit Tsadok

July 24th, 2021 — Shabbat Vaethanan 5781

Grief, consolation, growth. How the Jewish calendar offers a framework for moving through this time of transition.

 

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Reopening
We're Open!

We are deeply grateful that we can now finally open our doors wide and once again dance, sing, cry, and pray together. We return with a greater awareness of how precious life is, and how important community truly is. All are welcome (members and non-members), and no registration necessary. We will continue to stream on Zoom & Facebook. Click here for more info.

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Register/Renew Your Membership
Register/Renew Your Membership

Registering for or renewing your membership is a statement of your commitment to joining a community of meaning and spirit and working together to build a more just and loving society. Join us or renew your membership and connect to something bigger as we build a vibrant, inclusive, and meaningful Jewish community together.

Being an IKAR member means you believe in the work of the organization, you want to stand on the same side of history, and you believe that holding each other is an act of love.  Find connection at IKAR and connect to something bigger by joining us or renewing your membership.

Registering for or renewing your membership is a statement of your commitment to joining a community of meaning and spirit and working together to build a more just and loving society. Join us or renew your membership and connect to something bigger as we build a vibrant, inclusive, and meaningful Jewish community together.

 

Being an IKAR member means you believe in the work of the organization, you want to stand on the same side of history, and you believe that holding each other is an act of love.  Find connection at IKAR and connect to something bigger by joining us or renewing your membership.

Event
Creating a Just Community: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We’ll address important topics including LGBTQ+ inclusion, Disability inclusion, Racial equity, and more. Join us for this exciting series with some incredible speakers. We’re grateful to the Lisa & Maury Friedman Foundation for sponsoring this series.

Click Here To Watch / Listen To The Series.

Do Justice
Minyan Tzedek Community Organizing

Minyan Tzedek Community Organizing: finding hope as we build a more just society. Rabbi Brous calls us to reclaim “the moral heart of our tradition.” We bring the IKAR community together to fight for social justice, inspired by Torah.

Event
National Inaugural Prayer Service

R’ Brous blesses President Biden/VP Harris in the National Inaugural Prayer Service

“Give us strength, God, as we usher in the dawn of a new America, a justice-driven, multiracial democracy… A new America, built on love, rooted in justice and propelled by our moral imagination.” Read/Watch Rabbi Brous’s full blessing.

Building Beloved Community: We've carried the Torah’s audacious dream of a society redeemed, a world imbued w/ just… https://t.co/3m59El8Uiy
Reg: https://t.co/ge7WqY3X0R On August 10th at 1:00 pm PT join us virtually w/ @VBMTorah & @Cong_Beth_Ohr for VBM's… https://t.co/KkgMfvtwGm