A Historic Progressive Conservative Congregation in Valley Village, CA
Mitzvah Day 5779
We had an amazing day and carried out good deeds to respond to the needs of the vulnerable in our community! Thank you to all who participated!
A CONGREGATIONAL RESPONSE TO A WORLD IN NEED.
Derech Adat is a multifaceted effort at Adat Ari El to engage in Tikkun Olam on all meaningful levels. Through using our hands, our intellect, and our resources, we make a priority of identifying injustices in our world and working in partnership with our broader community to right them. From debating and taking positions on issues that need to be addressed in society to serving our community with volunteer outreach, we take our commitments to repairing our world seriously. We strongly believe that acts of love can overcome acts of ignorance and hate and as a unified community, Derech Adat is the way we express that sentiment.
At this time the Pantry shelves are well-stocked with everything but ready-to-eat canned soups. Please concentrate on adding soups so that the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry can balance out their inventory. The best soups for clients are ready-to-eat canned soups, not condensed cans nor dry packages.
If you would like to fill a paper shopping bag with items on a "shopping list," please click here for the list. You can drop off your canned soup or full shopping bag any day of the week. Please deliver your donations to the lobby at Temple Beth Hillel, 12326 Riverside Drive, North Hollywood.
34th Annual North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry
Thanksgiving Eve Service
November 21, 2018, 7:30pm
North Hollywood First United Methodist
4832 Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood
Please bring non-perishable proteins (peanut butter, tuna & other canned meats, beans)
which will be donated to the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry.
This committee works on community outreach by seeing to the needs of our community in moments of joy and loss. For more information or to participate in the Chesed Committee, please contact Alan Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Committee fouses on Volunteerism to serve the broader community in times of need. For more information or to participate in Abraham's Tent, please contact Rabbi Jessica Yarkin at email@example.com
Social Justice Committee
Our Social Justice Committee is centered on educating ourselves about how to engage in controversial issues from both a secular and non-secular position. This committee is committed to opening constructive and respectful dialogue on a wide range of issues. For more information or to participate in our Social Justice Committee, please contact Rabbi Jonathan Jaffe Bernhard at firstname.lastname@example.org