Shabbat San Diego is here for you! We are for the community by the community in partnership with the World Wide Shabbat Project happening in over 1500 cities, 101 counties and 10 languages working with over two-hundred local volunteers to create an environment EVERYONE feels comfortable.
We would LOVE to have you.
MAKE SHABBAT SAN DIEGO YOURS!
MEGA CHALLAH BAKES
Throughout the day on November 5th tune in for our
VIRTUAL demonstrations on how to make Challah Dough.
(make sure you get you ingredients)
1 Tbsp Dry Yeast
1/2 cup Sugar
1 cup Water
1 tsp Salt
1/3 cup Oil
4-41/2 cups Flour
1 Egg Yolk beaten for glazing
Friday and Saturday (November 6th and 7th)
and if there is anything we can do for you.
VIRTUAL UNITY HAVDALAH CELEBRATION
Team Up and Plug Into Shabbat San Diego
As a result of our communities experience at Shabbat San Diego people have mentioned they would like to learn more about their heritage and continue to enjoy the rituals and spirituality of Jewish tradition, both religious and cultural. So here it is, are asking our PARTNERS to reach out and offer a selection of continuing events and education classes to the affiliated and unaffiliated of our community.
Please see the events offered below:
All are welcome to join us for our BEIT Midrash on Thursday evenings this fall. On each Beth El is Thursday evening you’ll choose from a variety of experiences and courses.
Come for dinner at our BEIT Café, create your own schedule, do as much or as little as you like.
Every Tuesday night at 7:30pm for one hour, men and women are invited to learn a Jewish topic of their choice at any level one-on-one with a chavruta (study partner) or to attend one of the thought provoking small group classes in a study hall environment. Mentors for everyone, on all levels of knowledge and observance. Coffee and cake are provided. There is absolutely NO cost to participate. Partners in Torah SD is an independent organization that meets at The Lawrence Family JCC in La Jolla. Anyone of any denomination, affiliated or non-affiliated with any Jewish organization is welcome.
Shabbat San Diego
"The weekend of Shabbat San Diego is a reminder that our community is not as small and disconnected as we may think. It is inclusive of people of all ages and an opportunity to join together for an uplifting and inspirational yet approachable gathering."
- Jessica Korsunsky
"The Challah Bake is about unity. It's about bringing people together to share something I love - feeding people and celebrating Shabbat as a community." - Laurel Bessler
It’s Time to Say "Shabbat Shalom"!
Community and Private Home Shabbat dinners; Saturday Services, lunches, lectures, Seu’dah Shlishit
Day of Learning
Tapestry, a Community Celebration of Community Learning
Presented by Shabbat San Diego and The San Diego Center for Jewish Culture
Bringing together hundreds of people from diverse ages and backgrounds
Learning styles and interests for one day to learn, socialize, and be inspired
Begin with a community kickoff
Continue with stimulating presentations on a variety of aspects of Jewish living taught by San Diego's most inspiring teachers.
Bring friends, family, and a wide-open mind.