JCo’s Sukkot Celebration At the Ranch!

Sukkot Celebration: Wednesday, October 8th from 6 – 8 P.M

unnamedJoin us for a potluck Sukkot dinner and celebration. Shake the lulav, get to know each other, sing, dance, eat under the Sukkah, and just have a good time! All are invited!

To RSVP, click here:
JCo Sukkot at the Ranch

To sign up for a potluck item, click here:
Vegetarian Potluck

If you have any questions, e-mail Cantor Gabi at Cantorgabiarad@gmail.com

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Melton has: no tests, no homework, no grades.

 
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JCo’s Office Warming Open House

4753835837_d5ba628be9_zJoin us THIS Sunday  as we share in the warmth and joy of our new home. In Jewish tradition, it is customary to dedicate a house by hanging mezuzot and celebrating the new space.  We consider our new office OUR home and we’re going to celebrate together!!

When?  Sunday, September 28th from 2 P.M – 4 P.M (mezuzah dedication is at 3 P.M.)

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JCo’s FREE High Holy Day Services Open to the Community

JCo’s First Annual High Holy Day Season: We Couldn’t Be More Excited!

122The Jewish Collaborative of San Diego’s first High Holy Day Season is here and we hope you can join us! Here, you will find all the information you need for each individual service. Join us for one or come to all. Everyone is welcome! Please make sure to read all of the information and sign up for each individual service. ID and tickets will be required at all services. We’re are thrilled to announce that tickets are free and we will graciously accept all donations. You can donate online or in person (we will have a donation box at services). There is also still time to become a Founding Member and receive all the benefits that come with it. Space is limited as well as babysitting so be sure to sign up soon. Looking forward to a great and meaningful High Holy Day season! Continue reading

Slichot Shabbat

unnamed (1)Changing the Face of the New Year

Join us for this expressive arts workshop using masks, monologue, music and journaling.  We will construct simple masks which personify and externalize feelings and personality traits of past and future as we project our higher selves or faces forward into the New Year.  Hosted by our Arts Cohort group and led by Aimee Greenberg (see below for more on Aimee).  Recommended for ages 16 and up.  Continue reading