The Omer Project

Next year's Omer count begins
on the evening of March 31, 2018

2017 days counted

Date (2016)
and Time
Omer
Day
Spiritual Quality Location Type
April 11, 8:00 PM
(Tuesday)
1 Chesed of Chesed On Arguello
(near corner of Lake & Arguello,
in front of main entrance)
Congregations Count:
Emanu-El
April 18, 8:15 PM
(Tuesday)
8 Chesed of Gevurah Corner of 8th & Fulton
(on park side of street)
Congregations Count:
Be'chol Lashon
April 19, 8:00 PM
(Wednesday)
9 Gevurah of Gevurah Corner of 9th & Lincoln
(on park side of street)
Congregations Count:
Chabad of Cole Valley
April 25, 8:00 PM
(Tuesday)
15 Chesed of Tiferet Corner of 15th & Fulton
(on park side of street)
Community Counts*
April 29, 8:30 PM
(Saturday)
19 Hod of
Tiferet
Corner of 19th & Holloway
(SFSU side of the street)
Congregations Count:
Beth Israel Judea
S.F. Hillel
May 2, 8:00 PM
(Tuesday)
22 Chesed of
Netzach
Corner of 22nd & Quintara
(Northeast corner)
Congregations Count:
Ner Tamid
May 9, 8:30 PM
(Tuesday)
29 Chesed of
Hod
Corner of 29th & Fulton
(on park side of street)
Community Counts*
May 16, 8:45 PM
(Tuesday)
36 Chesed of Yesod Corner of 36th & Judah
(on park side of street)
Congregations Count:
West Bay Chavurah
May 23, 8:45 PM
(Tuesday)
43 Chesed of Malchut Corner of 43rd & Clement
(on park side of street)
Community Counts*
May 26, 8:45 PM (after services)
(Friday)
46 Netzach of Malchut Corner of 46th & Taraval Congregations Count:
B'nai Emunah
May 29, 9:00 PM
(Monday)
49 Malchut of Malchut On the beach promenade,
at stairwell #17.
(across from Beach Chalet)
Congregations Count:
YeaShOre Community
* "Community Counts" days do not have congregations on that particular numbered block.

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