Looking to volunteer this holiday season? Check out these events from the JUF’s TOV Network. If you are interested in helping out, or if you have any questions, please contact Solel members Liz Cohen (elizabeth_cohen@ymail.com) or Nicole Cohen (nicolepristash@yahoo.com).

Historically, Solel is known as a pathfinder congregation in many areas but — most of all — around Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) through acts of social justice and social activism. Most of us know that Martin Luther King actually visited Congregation Solel in 1966 and spoke in our sanctuary. In his inspiring remarks on Rosh…

Rabban Shimon ben Gamliel would say, “on three things the world stands: on judgment, on truth, and on peace, as it is said (Zachariah 8:16), ‘Judge truth and the justice of peace in your gates” (Pirkei Avot 1:18). Solel is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. My father just celebrated his 60th birthday a little…

On Sunday afternoon, October 8, I drove my car into the parking lot of Solel, where I was greeted by many extraordinary women. These women, who have hearts of gold, had their hands full of fresh-baked challah, homemade brownies, cookies, and cut up fresh fruit. We filed into several cars and headed South to eat,…

Last weekend our Trailblazers & Solelim joined together for their November event – inflatable gaga right here at Solel! Gaga is often described as “Israeli dodgeball”. It’s a game of movement and skill, and our inflatable walls were a neat way to play the game. We welcomed friends from other synagogues and day schools as…

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