Shaloha, 
We have some exciting events coming up and hope you will join us.  We are not complete without you. The weekend of June 2-4, Rabbi Daniel Lev will be leading us in prayer, song and study.   See below for Rabbi Lev’s message and event details. 
We will continue our monthly shabbat morning services on the 4th Saturday of the month at the Hawaii Queen Coffee Gardens in Kailua Kona, but please check the website as sometimes there are exceptions.  There will be no services this coming weekend and in July we will meet on the 5th Saturday, July 29th.  In June, we will meet on 4th Saturday June 24th.
New-2nd Friday evening gathering at the Mauna Kea Beach Resort starting in July.   Please save the date. July 14th at 6pm. More information is forthcoming.
Hi Chevra,
What is Torah. A book? A long line of wisdom literature? A process of Jewish commentary and insight?  Yes, and so much more.  I’m looking forward to learning Torah with you all on the Shavuot weekend when Margie and I will be visiting.  Along with lots of singing and davvening on Shabbat we will also immerse in the experience of receiving the Torah on Sunday through two classes that will cover the contents of traditional texts and the Torah that is beyond text.  I encourage all of you to read the book of Ruth before my visit and bring any questions and ideas you may have.
Shaloha,
Rabbi Daniel Lev
 
Schedule:
Friday June 2nd at 6pm. 66-1664 Waiaka St, Kamuela. Erev Shabbat prayers, Sing-a-long and Potluck.
Saturday June 3rd at 10:30am.  At Hawaii Queen Coffee Gardens,75-1048 Henry Street, Kailua Kona (across the road and just up from Safeway). Shabbat Service, Potluck and Torah Study.
Sunday June 4th at 10:00am- 2:30pm. At the home of Aviva and Yehuda Plaut.  
81-6640 Aolani Pl, Kealekekua, ph 322-9860. Study of the book of Ruth ( read on Shavuot) and more.  There will be morning and afternoon sessions with a potluck in between. 
 
Please note that there will be road closures of the Queen K Hwy  early on Saturday, June 3rd due to the Honu Triathlon 
 
Potluck Guidelines: No pork or shellfish, vegetables and fruit, main and side dishes appreciated.  We always have many more desserts than can be consumed. Our intention is to uplift the spirit, mind, as well as the body,
 
We welcome all who want to retain, renew and enhance their connection with Judaism.
 
B’shalom, 
Vivienne