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Our Avodah (Spiritual) work strives to help each community member find their own path to meaning and connection through Jewish practice.


Hadracha (Governance) is responsible for steering Havurah Shalom, ensuring that our decision-making processes are in line with our values and mission. Hadracha empowers and supports staff and committees, modeling collaborative governance with a lens of equity, transparency and inclusivity, and ensuring ongoing visioning toward our future and supporting sustainability throughout Havurah. The committees within Hadracha include Steering, Fundraising, Transparency and Inclusivity, Personnel, Nominating, Gesher, Leadership Development and Finance. Hadracha also includes the Treasurer and Corporate Secretary positions and the Jewish Community Relations Council Representative.


Our Kehillah (Community) goal is to infuse our community with welcoming, relationship building and generosity across generations and among new and longtime members.


Our Limud (Learning) goal is to inspire and empower members of all ages through engagement with Torah while building community through Jewish learning.


The Makom (Place) Cluster supports, sustains and develops a safe and welcoming home for Havurah’s community through the Information Technology, Gardening, Design, Building/Space, Kitchen, and Facilities Maintenance committees. In addition, the Safety Committee develops policies, promotes safe practices, makes safety improvements to the building and develops our community’s knowledge and skills with regard to safety.

Tikkun Olam

Our Tikkun Olam (Social Action) work seeks to be a force for healing in the world by focusing, organizing and engaging the Havurah community in social justice work.


Sat, January 22 2022 20 Shevat 5782