Show that diversity and love are greater than hatred by walking with the Social Action Committee in Ingram Plaza.
Congregation Beth Israel is excited for its Annual Fundraiser, Berk’s Diner and Comedy Club. They will honor Rabbi Michael Berk as they celebrate his retirement. The event will feature great food and an impressive silent auction, and the program will showcase a fabulous stand-up comedian, Joel Chasnoff. Sam “The Cooking Guy” Zien will be the emcee for the evening. Following the program, you can enjoy a dessert reception and an afterparty with a DJ and dancing. Dress in casual attire and come prepared for a fun-filled evening!
See “Rocketman” with Congregation Beth Israel. This spirited cinema discussion group is led by film guru Linda Levine. Much like a book club, you’ll see the movie on your own and participate in the discussion by sharing your impressions. Linda will provide insights into screenwriters, story lines, actors, producers, and directors. The specific movie title will be announced approximately two to three weeks before the scheduled discussion. Watch e-news, evites or Beth Israel’s website for notifications.
Come march with Congregation Beth Israel to support the
LGBTQ+ community at the San Diego Pride Parade.
Beth Israel Men’s Club’s guest speaker this month is Beth Israel’s newly elected President Kimberly Carnot. Kimberly will talk about the senior rabbi search, the self-study, her personal journey and future plans for Beth Israel.
Music, food, friends and fun for all ages! Please invite your family, friends, neighbors and prospective members to join Congregation Beth Israel on Friday, August 23. There will be an abbreviated Shabbat service followed by a BBQ dinner.
Come see a limited, early test screening of OBSIDIAN DOLLS, an upcoming feature film centering around themes of faith, journeying, and mental health.
Shot entirely inside the Glickman-Galinson Sanctuary, Obsidian Dolls is an intellectual, innovative, and character driven drama about an Ethiopian rabbi who is tasked with counseling a lost young man on the night before Yom Kippur.