Family-friendly interfaith activities including music and art in a fun and friendly atmosphere. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome. Please join us this Sunday, February 26, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the Presidio Chapel.
The February Family Fun day was a well-organized huge hit! We showered all our interfaith spirit and love onto about 10 people, young and old. Board member Gerry Caprio provided music for the singalong, assisting leaders Marla Kolman and Mary Zamboukos. They did a fun project about the Golden Rule, made peace flags and shakers like last time, and had a singalong.
The Family Fun Day takes place on the last Sunday of every month from 2:00 – 4:00 pm at the Presidio Chapel, 130 Fisher Circle, Presidio, San Francisco. Come and join us, and bring the whole family!
Congregation Shir Hadash is proud to host the Community Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial) Service on Sunday April 23rd. The program will begin at 6:30 pm with a presentation by Eric Kay who, as a child, was rescued by the Kindertransport. There will be a slide show of art work and poetry by students from Fisher Middle School, the Harker School, St. Andrews, St. Mary’s, Yavneh, Granada School and the Congregational Religious Schools. Finally Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Vice President of HIAS will be with us to offer reflections on the current situation and a viewing of segments of their film “Refugee Children”.
A Yom HaShoah memorial service will follow with the lighting of candles by survivors and Second and Third Generation families and the participation of the community’s rabbis.
This program will be especially meaningful to adults and children in middle school and high school. The entire community is welcome so please invite your friends and neighbors.
Community of Faith Breakfast
Stephanie L. Mann has been a Crime and Violence Prevention Consultant for many years. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Safe Kids Now, a national network to strengthen families and communities. She is the author of 5 safety and crime prevention books, including “Street Safe Kids: 10-Step Guide for Adults and Teens” (2016). Stephanie had worked with the homeless and saw a legacy of childhood abuse and neglect. She says, “I wrote the book to empower youth to make good choices for their future.” She also authored “The Adopt-a-Block Guidebook” (2010), a 10-step guide to create safe neighborhoods and bring neighbors together. Stephanie has appeared on radio and television more than 140 times. For more information about her work, go to safekidsnow.com and www.streetsafekids.org. Overall, Stephanie is a proud and determined Ambassador for Peace committed to creating peaceful individuals, families, and communities.
Suggested donation: $5.00