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Families with children will appreciate our educational offerings which range from Foundation School (ages 2-5) to ALIYAH (our K-12 Jewish learning program), to our USY teen-based programs. Because learning does not stop once adolescence ends, we offer many adult programs, too. We truly are egalitarian and welcoming. Think of us as your congregational family. 

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We are located in the heart of Southwest Portland, easily accessible from all points in the metropolitan area in a beautiful facility that was totally modernized and updated in 2008 featuring the largest Jewish library in the Northwest, three chapels, a boutique-style gift shop, and plenty of parking.

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Coming Events

October 3 - 4
Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur

Sunday, October 5

8:30am Men's Club Sukkah Building, Plaza

10:45am Sisterhood decorating the Sukkah

10:45am Book Talk @Neveh, Library

12:00pm Jr Kadima Make Your Own Taco, Birnbach Hall

Monday, October 6 
11:15am Sukkot Young Family Event - Sukkah Decorating Party - hang decorations in the Sukkah and have a special snack with the Rabbi.

Wednesday, October 8  
5:30pm
Our ALIYAH K-6 youth program will lead a Ma’ariv Service on Erev Sukkot, Zidell Chapel.  All are welcome
6:00pm ALIYAH K-6 Family Dinner in the Sukkah- Reserve Here


Thursday, October 9   
9:00am First Day Sukkot Service,
Stampfer Chapel
12:00pm
Post Services luncheon in the Sukkah
5:30pm Happy Hour in the Sukkah
 - Late 20’s, 30’s and 40’s professionals, swing by the Sukkah after work for wine and light nosh.

Friday, October 10   
9:00am Second Day Sukkot Service,
Stampfer Chapel
12:00pm
Post Services luncheon in the Sukkah
6:15pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service, Stampfer Chapel

Saturday, October 11
9:00am Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot Service,
Stampfer Chapel Kiddush luncheon following in the sukkah.

Tuesday, October 14
9am Special Sukkot themed Boker Tov Bunch.
Join us in the sukkah for stories, a craft, and lulav shaking! 
6:30pm Foundation School Back to School Parent Night in the Sukkah

Wednesday, October 15
7:00am Hoshana Rabah Service,
Zidell Chapel

Thursday, October 16
9:00am Shemini Atzeret/Yizkor Service,
Stampfer Chapel
12:00pm
Post Services luncheon in the Sukkah
7:00pm Erev Simchat Torah Blow Out,
Birnbach Hall

Friday October 17
9:00am Simchat Torah Service,
Stampfer Chapel

Shabbat Times

isaakParshat haShavua:  Noah Genesis 6:9-11:32

 God determines that humanity has corrupted God's creation with violence and lawlessness, and resolves to destroy the creation and begin again. Noah is saved because he is "righteous and blameless in his age" and is told to build an ark that will withstand the flood in which he will save himself and his family and representatives of all animal species. The craft Noah is told to build is surprisingly small: 450 feet in length (1½ football fields), 75 feet in width and 45 feet in height. (It is described actually as a block, rather than the shape of a ship.) He is also told to collect food for the journey, but not told how long this collection would be at sea.

Read the rest of Rabbi Isaak's weekly e-mail

Eikev             Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25<!--[if gte mso 9]> <w:Ls
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