The Shalom Jewish Community’s Mission:
- Shalom Jewish Community (ShalomJC) shares Jewish cultural and historical heritage with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) population through holiday celebrations, Torah study, and social networking activities. ShalomJC is committed to raising awareness and educating employees about historical, cultural, and religious aspects of the Jewish people, supporting LLNL missions, and highlighting contributions of Jewish individuals in the fields of science and the broader community.
Events and Activities:
- Weekly Jewish lunch social and Torah study with Rabbi Josh. See sign-up information below to receive a calendar invite.
- Bi-monthly lunch group meets to speak in Hebrew. See sign-up information below to receive calendar invite.
- Celebration of Jewish holidays.
Shalom Jewish Community offers the following email distribution lists:
- ShalomJC – Emails on topics to all members
- ShalomJC_TorahLunch – Email list for those interested in a social gathering over the lunch hour with some Torah study led by a local Rabbi
- ShalomJC_Hebrew – Email list for those interested in gathering socially at lunch and speaking in Hebrew
To add yourself to any/all of these lists please visit:
Jewish Community Resource Guide:
The SF/Bay Area Jewish Community Resource Guide connects you with hundreds of Jewish-focused business, services, and organizations, covering the breadth and depth of Jewish life in the greater Bay Area (including synagogues and Jewish schools).
To see the print edition of this Resource, click here.
Disclaimer: The inclusion of the links above does not constitute endorsement or approval by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory of the websites, or the information, products, or services contained therein. LLNL bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content of any external site. Contact the external site with any questions regarding its content.
Shalom Jewish Community board members: ShalomJCfirstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Belk, Simon Cohen, Dan Goldman, Yaniv Jacob Rosen, Terri Stearman, and Danny Taller
Reading of the megillah