In this workshop, led by Rabbi/Cantor Arlene Bernstein, he will highlight the blessings, rituals, food, music and creative ideas for a joyous Shabbat and Havdalah in your home.
Temple Adat Shalom family and friends can enjoy a hay ride, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, cider pressing, and candle dipping for $15 per person.
Charlotte Ida Tubis Memorial Scholar in Residence Rabbi Deborah Prinz will discuss the connections between Judaism and chocolate. Listeners will be treated to an Oneg.
What can we do to enhance successful aging? What does it take to live happy and healthy in advanced age? What is the secret of a few regions in the world where there is a high concentration of people that live beyond 100? These questions and many others will be answered in a collaborative, informative and humorous discussion. Fee: $5 with RSVP, $8 without RSVP.
Join Beth El for a communal dinner in the Sukkah, then join in for this year’s Sukkot Symposium: New and Not So New Anti-Semitism. Cost is $25 per adult.
Beth Israel’s campus brings Jerusalem to San Diego. The theme of the buildings can be summed up as community, connectedness, and holiness through its connection with Jerusalem. The architect and his team felt it was very important to preserve the past while building the future. They spent time in Jerusalem, studying how to bring the feel of the holy city to San Diego.
Enjoy this fascinating, behind-the-scenes tour that reveals little-known facts about Beth Israel’s campus and takes the mystery out of the ritual items found in the sanctuary.
Take part in a behind-the-scenes tour that reveals little-known facts about Beth Israel’s campus and takes the mystery out of the ritual items found in the sanctuary.