Thank you for your interest in Congregation Netivot Shalom. We are an egalitarian spiritual home for a diverse community of Conservative/Masorti Jews.
As you consider membership in Netivot Shalom, we invite you to read this letter from our President and explore the rest of the website to learn about our mission, traditions, programs, practices and more. We also encourage you to experience Netivot Shalom directly. Meeting our rabbi, talking with staff and members, and participating in our services and programs is the best way to know who we are as a community. So give us a call. Come to shul. Let us know what you are thinking, feeling and wondering.
phone: (510) 549-9447
Register online with Shulcloud (coming soon for 2021-22)
Register with PDF (Coming SOoN FOR 2021-22)
If you are filling out a PDF, please email the completed form to the Office & Rabbinic Assistant, email@example.com, or mail to Netivot Shalom’s address, 1316 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702.
Get to Know Us
Talk With Us
- Schedule a conversation with Rabbi Levy by contacting the Office & Rabbinic Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Reach out to a staff member.
Experience our Community
- Attend Shabbat services on Saturday.
- Join our ongoing programs during Shelter-in-Place.
- Celebrate holidays with us.
- Attend an event.
- Join our mailing list by reaching out to our Office & Rabbinic Assistant, email@example.com.
The new membership packet can be found here.
Please complete the forms to the best of your ability. Return them to us via scan and email, fax, mail or simply bring it to the front office.
If you need assistance completing the forms, would like additional information or would like the Membership Packet mailed to you, please contact Emma Gobler: firstname.lastname@example.org, (510) 214-3806.
A Note About Membership Dues
Netivot Shalom strives to set membership dues at a reasonable level. We want to accommodate a wide range of financial situations so that money is not a barrier to joining our community while also nurturing the financial health of our spiritual home, where membership dues are a substantial part of our annual budget. This is a tricky balancing act. When we come from a place of mutual support, and each person pays at the highest level possible for them, we can succeed.