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What do you want from your kehillah  (community)? We could use your insights and ideas.

In this community, we are all needed. Volunteers keep Shir Tikvah running. Giving a few hours of your time here and there not only strengthens our community, it’s a fun and easy way to get to know others here. As you attend services and events, please ask questions of anyone you see in kitchen, moving furniture or greeting folks at the door.

Need a phone number or email address? See your member directory for contact information or ask Amelia Schroth for help accessing your member page.

Committees and Working Groups

Member Services and Outreach Committee: 

This committee coordinates the following groups to foster a sense of community:

 Kesher  (Welcoming): Welcomes new members, answering questions and greeting at events, helping to familiarize new members. Dov Meir Walton, Chair

 Hesed (Kindness): Provides emotional and physical support needed for members during a difficult period. Visiting the sick, running errands, providing meals, transportation, writing letters, or even making phone calls are ways we have helped members. Rachel Crawford, Chair

 K’vod haMeyt (Cemetery Group): Maintains our cemetery in partnership with Congregation P’nai Or and Kol Shalom and takes the lead in the mitzvot of helping to bury the dead and comfort the bereaved. Charlie Rosenblum and Lisa Spiegel, Co-chairs

Tefilah (Prayer and Ritual) Committee This group enhances religious services and experiences at Shir Tikvah by supporting lay leaders, helping to educate members about Jewish prayer and ritual practice, and by developing prayer materials.

Additional Working Groups:
Legal & Governance
Tikkun Olam Project (Social Justice Working Group) 


Eastside Jewish Commons 
Congregation Shir Tikvah actively supports the Eastside Jewish Community, creating a new kind of Jewish space east of the Willamette River. 

Congregation Shir Tikvah was the first fiscal sponsor for TischPDX, mentoring millenial entrepenuers as they build Jewish community among unaffiliated Jews on the Eastside. 

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