Wednesday, March 4, 7 pm, Purim at Ashkenaz with The Aquarian Minyan

Buy tickets here.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m
Megillah Reading at 7:00
Dancing with ADAMA  9:00
Late Night Drum Circle at 10:30

* MEGILLAH READING Bring noise makers for Megillah reading and be ready to use them at the mentioning of you-know-who's name)
* Enjoy THE AMAZING PURIM SHPIELERS with ever-fresh Purim-with-a-twist theatrics

Friday, March 6, Kabbalat Shabbat with Reuven & Yehudit Goldfarb at Len and Tovia's

near San Pablo and Gilman in Berkeley

Please bring a yummy dish for 8 for the veggie/fish potluck following the service.

"No-shoe house": wear socks or your own slippers, or put on some of our booties over your shoes or wear our slipper-socks.

For location and directions, call 510 528 1122

Friday, March 13, 7:30 pm Shir HaShirim

Friday, March 13, 7:30 pm Shir HaShirim

at the JCC East Bay, 1414 Walnut Street, Berkeley with Cantor Richard Kaplan and Rabbi Michael Zeigler.

The Song of Songs Minyan comes together for a community Kabbalat Shabbat on the second Friday of every month at 7:30pm. This is a soulful musical Friday night Shabbat service which includes Ashkenaz, Sephardi and Mizrahi musical liturgy. These gatherings draw upon the deep wells of Jewish sacred music, poetry, dance, and prayer from around the world. Everyone is welcome!  

Co-sponsored by the Aquarian Minyan. $10-20 donation requested.

Friday evening, March 27, Author night, Kiddush, and Potluck in the Fireside Room of St. John's Church

wire-bound-pad.jpgPlease join us for a brief Shabbat service, inspired poetry readings by David Shaddock and Antoinette Constable, and a delicious vegetarian potluck. Wheelchair accessible. 

Saturday, April 11, Maimouna

a celebration of the last afternoon of Pesach in the garden of Ljuba Davis at College & Stuart in



Friday, February 27, Kabbalat Shabbat with Arik Labowitz and special guest musician Eliyahu Sills at St John's Fireside Room

Shmooze and nosh from 6 to 6:30 Arik

Service at 6:30

Kiddush and potluck following service.


Please help us welcome back Arik Labowitz, who led us in such deep, soulful, musical shabbats last year.  We will sing, davven, dance, learn, and eat delicious veggie/fish potluck after the service.


The Minyan Then and Now

Travel with us through time with this slideshow spanning 4 decades.

The Aquarian Minyan

The Aquarian Minyan invites you to our diverse and welcoming East Bay Jewish Renewal community.  Our community was conceived in ecstatic creativity by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, co-founder of the Jewish Renewal Movement.  
We are Jews of every level of observance, young and old, single and partnered, LGBT and straight, and every sort of family, differently-abled, spiritual seekers and practitioners of many traditions.
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