The mitzvah of Hachnasat Orchim, or hospitality,
is incredibly important for us. We will do our best to find meals for
folks who don't have plans on Shabbat, and to help people from out of
town find lodgings.
Want to help us do this? Click
here to read our hosting information and find out how. We need and
appreciate your help.
We do our best to arrange home hospitality between hosts who have space
at their Shabbat meals, and folks new to the Minyan who are looking to
meet some new people at a Shabbat dinner. If you are looking for a match,
please drop a note to our esteemed meal-matchers at firstname.lastname@example.org, and try to do
so by the Wednesday before Shabbos, and include important details like:
I'm a vegetarian / I'm vegan / I'm kosher and need
to eat at a home with hechshered products and separate sets of utensils
/ I'm kosher but as long as any meat is kosher I'm fine eating anywhere
/ etc etc.
Please be complete and we'll do what we can!
Do you need a place
to stay in the Mission for Shabbat? Here are some inns/hostels that come
recommended from folks in the community:
Noes' Nest Bed & Breakfast
A charming SF Victorian in Noe Valley, about a 20 minute (somewhat hilly)
walk from the Mission. Rooms include a suite large enough for a family.
1257 Guerrero St.
Another charming Noe Valley Victorian, a 20 minute (somewhat hilly) walk
from the Mission. 1186 Noe St.
A small B&B in the nearby theatre district- about a 20 minute walk
from the Mission. 198 Haight Street
Hayes Valley Inn
An inexpensive and friendly small hotel about a 20 minute walk from the
Mission. 417 Gough St. @ Hayes
The Parker Guest House
An open and welcoming LGBT guest house in the Castro, quite nearby the
Mission. 520 Church Street
If you would like to
set up home hospitality, we will try our best to make a connection for
you. Drop an email to Rachel at email@example.com.
Need to know something else?
Other questions about the San Francisco Jewish community including
dining, hospitality and davening options can be found in the enormously
Guide to Jewish Life in the Bay Area or on Jewish Community Information
& Referral's information and referral service line at 415.777.4545.