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Hon., HI 96839


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Organic Torah

OJO is a member of Rabbi Natan Margalit's Organic Torah group. Organic Torah is a non-pr0fit organization that explores the wisdom in Jewish texts and practices while integrating exciting new trends in modern thinking.

Torah Study and Shachrit (morning) service are held weekly on Saturdays
200 N. Vineyard Street, Suite 430
Torah Study:  9-10 AM
Shachrit (Morning) Service: 10:15-11:30 AM

Jewish Community Service of Hawaii
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Jewish Holiday Calendar & Date Converter

OJO Month of May Shabbats!

Where: Mo'ili'ili Hongwanji

1) When: May 17 @ 6pm w/ OJO provided dinner

                  Please bring a dessert to share!

2) When: May 24 @ 7pm W/ Rabbi Schaktman

                 Dessert oneg potluck

Tikkun Olam

OJO's theme for the year is   "Gemilut Chasadim"  (The giving of loving kindness)   In keeping with this theme, we share with you the opportunity to participate in Family Promise.

These are the 2019 dates:   
March 10-17   
July 28- August 4   
November 10-17  
December 22-29

This joint venture between OJO, Sof Ma'arov and Temple Emanu-El is much appreciated by the 2 -4 homeless families who are chosen to be in this program. Most families transition into homes within 3-4 months due to Family Promise. 

For more information,  please join our mailing list!

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JewishCommunity Event Calendars!   Your one

stop shop for all Jewish happenings in Honolulu!

Learning, Shabbat dinners, holiday events,

festivals, film screenings,and MORE!​​

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   Join us as we create and sustain a meaningful Jewish experience

Union for Reform Judaism

Rabbi Janet Madden will be joining OJO on June 7-9, 2019 for a scholar weekend.  Join our mailing list for more information

The Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook: Garden-Fresh Recipes Rediscovered and Adapted for Today's Kitchen.  ​​OJO's guest speaker Eve Jochnowitz, translated for a new generation of devotees of delicious and healthy eating: a groundbreaking, mouthwatering vegetarian cookbook originally published in Yiddish in pre-World War II Vilna and miraculously rediscovered more than half a century later.