Shabbat San Diego and Jewish Xperience Week
October 21 – 27 2018
Shabbat San Diego is an independent grassroots level community-wide, inclusive and egalitarian organization of volunteers dedicated to encouraging the entire San Diego Jewish community to participate in a unique, international Jewish identity event that inspires all Jews to experience Shabbat together. The International Unity Shabbat will take place in more than 1500 cities and 97 countries and 10 languages around the globe. For the first time, we’ve turbocharged Shabbat San Diego into a full week of more than 50 exciting diverse activities designed to expand the reach and strengthen our growing Jewish Community. Known as the Jewish Xperience, this week offers numerous spiritual, cultural and social activities across the county. Subjects explore Arts & Culture, Science & Technology, Health & Wellness, History, Jewish Learning and other relevant matters.
Below are the events that will take place at Temple Emanu-El and the nearby community:
Kristallnacht on Film
Dr. Laurie Baron will speak on “Kristallnacht on Film: From Reportage to Reenactments 1938-1988” on Wednesday evening, October 24, 7 pm.
Mega Challah Bake
A Mega Challah Bake will be held at Tifereth Israel Synaagogue and four other locations across the county and in Tijuana on Thursday evening, October 25. Click here to register for the event and for more information.
Plug Into Shabbat
Friday, October 26 at 6 pm, Temple Emanu-El will feature a fun musical Shabbat service led by the rabbis and Marshall Voit with the Shabbat Band. An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Torah Study, Bagels & Shabbat Service
Saturday, October 27, everyone is welcome to come to Torah Study at 9 am, bagels and coffee included, followed by the Shabbat service at 10:30 am. No reservation is needed.
Unity Havdalah Celebration
This community event will be held on Saturday evening. Come with your family and friends to enjoy a havdalah service and musical entertainment by InJoy, an energetic Israeli band. The evening will will appeal to Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist and Orthodox Jews, whether affiliated with a congregation or not. Doors open at 7 pm, and the program begins promptly at 7:30 pm. Click here for more information and to register for the event.