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Portland's Eastside Synagogue 

Congregation Shir Tikvah is a mid-sized independent congregation. Our founders envisioned a participatory, learning community and we work hard to fulfill that promise. At less than 20 years old, we're the "start up" in Portland's Jewish Community. . 

Our neighborhoods are diverse and so are our supporters. They come from across the Jewish spectrum: Jew-by-birth, Jew-by-choice, gay, straight, interfaith, atheist, devout believer. We welcome all who want to grapple with the beauty and contradictions of our sacred texts to better understand our faith, our world and our place in it.

Shir Tikvah means "song of hope". We gather strength from each other and our tradition.

 

We are launching a one-time fundraising effort to raise a $1.1 million endowment to support our long-term stability and growth in our new space.

We have raised over $525K in pledges and donations,  but need your help to be successful. Your contribution will support prayer, study and social justice on the Eastside for generations to come. 

 


 

Shabbat Torah Study and Services:
Join us every Saturday morning in person or on Zoom.  
For our Zoom links or any other questions about visiting on Shabbat, contact office manager Amelia Schroth before noon on Friday

 

Covid Protocols 
Vaccination for adults required. Please stay home if you are exhibiting signs of illness or unable to be vaccinated. Masks required indoors unless eating or drinking or presenting. Please respect social distancing. 

 

Trash Removal Earns a National Mazel Tov!

An intrepid crew lead by congregant Robbie Lambert recently pulled over 2,000 pounds worth of trash out of the Johnson Creek Watershed as part of Repair The Sea/Tikkun HaYam's Reverse Tashlich. Check it out here. 

 

Spiritual Leadership Takes Many Forms in Portland

Please follow this link to read about Rabbi Stone's recent activism: Antifascists Stopped Proud Boys from Entering Portland's City Center on Sunday

Mon, November 29 2021 25 Kislev 5782