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TBD Sunday Morning Mindful Meditation Group meets from 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM. No experience necessary. Call Victor Herzfeld at (626) 975-5235 or email for more information.

TBD Food Drive Temple Beth David donates food to Foothill Unity Center throughout the year. Please bring donations whenever you come to Temple.

TOT Shabbat
Friday, December 4 at 6:30 PM

Please join us as Cantor Schwartz and Rabbi Lachtman create a
fun musical service for the young children and their families.

TOT Shabbat at 6:30 PM

A snack will be provided after the service.
Inspiring Conversations That Move a Community
Saturday, December 5 at 7 PM with Cantor Ken Cohen

Bring a nosh (dessert, appetizer) to share with 4 to 5 friends. We’ll have the coffee and tea!

Drawing upon the wisdom of over 300 interviews with Jewish “lights” from around the US,

Cantor Ken Cohen will share his inspiring discoveries about the nature of robust spiritual communities and facilitate

a vibrant conversation about our own journey as individuals and as a congregation.

With extraordinary skill, Cantor Ken creates an ambience where attendees discover the fearlessness in their own voices

and their potential to make a difference in a synagogue where strangers depart as friends.
Chanukah Dinner Party
Friday, December 11 at 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Please bring your family Chanukiah along with 7 candles
and a nonperishable food item

Homemade Latkes, Candle Lighting, Music and Song,
and the Company of New and/or Familiar Friends!

Dinner is $15 per person, $36 per family
Free to first-time guests who make reservations!

RSVP must be received by Thursday, December 10th.
Please call the office at (626) 287-9994

Chanukah Dinner Party
Lox and Bagel Breakfast
Sunday, January 10 at 9:30 AM

Jews Around the World

Lox and Bagel Breakfast at 9:30 AM
JUDAISM 101: Celebration of Judaism and Jewish Holidays
Sunday, February 7
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

OUR SPEAKERS are all TBD members who want to share their knowledge and joy of Judaism.

Learn about the rituals of celebrating the Jewish holidays with hands-on activities.

You’ll be inspired to continue your celebration at home with family and friends.

Topic:Reform Judaism and Its Call to Action with Rabbi A. Lachtman

Rabbi A. Lachtman

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