Welcome to Hillel @ Home! SF Hillel's online programming portal (updated daily)
We regret that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, our Spring 2020 semester has drastically changed. The health and safety of our community is of utmost importance. Even though we're physically apart right now doesn't mean we have to be socially distant. Check out all the ways you can connect with SF Hillel, wherever you are.
By now, we've all probably heard about Netflix's experiment to see if love is blind, so SF Hillel is putting friendship to the test! Are you ready to put your fate in SF Hillel's hands (or at least your friendship fate)? We'll send you a Zoom link and a time to log on, but you won't know who else will be there until you join. All students from across our campuses are welcome to participate. Reach out to Naomi, Emily, or Sasha with questions or concerns. Be a part of our experiment by signing up here.
For security purposes, most calls will require registration and/or waiting room features. Thank you for understanding.
Have an idea for a zoom gathering? Fill out this form and let's make it happen! Examples: Art Workshop, Yoga, Text Study, or whatever you can think of.
The "Omer" refers to the 49-day period between Passover and Shavuot. To learn more about The Omer, read My Jewish Learning's "How To Count The Omer".
"While Passover celebrates the initial liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt, Shavuot marks the culmination of the process of liberation, when the Jews became an autonomous community with their own laws and standards. Counting up to Shavuot reminds us of this process of moving from a slave mentality to a more liberated one."