Monthly Archives: June 2015

Tikkun Olam Collaborative Making Lunches for SF Homeless

The Southside SF Tikkun Olam Collaborative has focused for their 2015/16 theme: Feeding the Hungry in SF.  As part of their work, synagogue members  volunteer monthly at the SF-Marin Food Bank and lunch-bag preparation activities. The lunches are distributed by … Continue reading

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“A Memoir and a Manifesto”: Dr. Michael Saag Discusses ‘Positive’

By Ken Mitchell In late May, B’nai Emunah was privileged to have Dr. Michael Saag discuss his book, Positive: One Doctor’s Personal Encounters with Death, Life, and the US Healthcare System. An expert on the history on the AIDS crisis, … Continue reading

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Change the world one sandwich at a time

Tikkun Olam Volunteers, We would like to thank you for helping us reach a tremendous milestone. Because of your help we have made food to feed 1,000 people since January. In May, we made our 1000th sandwich to be distributed … Continue reading

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Fun and Faith on a Bike

By Ralph Sinick May 31st was the first-ever Interfaith Bike Ride, sponsored by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. B’nai Emunah was the only synagogue participating. We were represented by me (Ralph Sinick) and by Elyse Kovalsky and her son Saul … Continue reading

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