You won’t want to miss this warm and uplifting communal Shabbat experience. Our service takes place in the Fischlowitz Cultural Center, and includes dinner (chicken or vegetarian options), song, fellowship, and creative worship. Register online by clicking here or call the Temple Office, so we know how much food to prepare. There is no cost to attend, but your donations are gratefully accepted and will go towards the cost of our next Adat Shabbat in April. CLICK HERE if you are able to assist with cooking, set-up and/or clean up.
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This movie is a documentary romp through the history, mystery, and meaning of this great Jewish standard. Featuring interviews with Harry Belafonte, Leonard Nimoy, Connie Francis, Glen Campbell, Regina Spektor and others, the film follows the ubiquitous party song on its fascinating journey from the shtetls of Eastern Europe to the kibbutzim of Palestine to the cul-de-sacs of America. This film taps into universal themes about the importance of joy, the power of music, and the resilient spirit of our people. Following the movie enjoy dances performed by Barbara Birenbaum and students of her Israeli Folk Dancing class.
See what our Preschoolers did on their recent field trip ... Watch this short two minute video of Ganon Gil going to the San Diego Children's Discovery Center.