Gatherings and Teachings


Saturday-Sunday May 19-20, 6 pm till dawn, Tikkun Leyl Shavuot @ JCC East Bay

Don’t miss this 30th annual all-night study session with dozens of inspiring teachers including our own Marty Potrop, Barry Barkan, Reba Connell, Rabbi Sara Shendelman, and Robin Braverman. Reb Tsvi Bar David will lead the early evening 6 pm Renewal Mincha service. Sophie Miron will leyn at the 5:40 am egalitarian service.

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Please volunteer to help with greeting and food prep at the Tikkun. Use the link below to sign up for the available shifts. You need to go to the link here in order to register. https://www.volunteersignup.org/K3844

Thursday, May 24, 7 pm, Minyan Sharing facilitated by Marty Potrop
Location: Abigail & Shoshana’s, 2225 Woolsey St, Berkeley 94705 
7 pm, veggie/fish/dairy potluck supper
7:30 sharing and discussion

Shalom Chevre,
We have revived a fundamental Minyan tradition: a MONTHLY MINYAN SHARING!
Our community is improved by knowing one another better. Weaving a web of sharing, each of us will have the opportunity to tell something that we feel is important for the community to know about us. Bring your joys, your concerns, your needs, your abundance, your stories, and let’s enrich ourselves and community together.
Marty Potrop will facilitate.

Repeating event, 4th Thursday of each month

 

Saturday, June 2, 5:30 - 8:30 pm Song of Songs Seder Celebrating Pride and Queer Sacred Sexuality at Kehilla, 1300 Grand Avenue, Piedmont, CA 94610.
Tickets:
$12-35 for members of cosponsoring organizations
$18-35 all others. Tickets only in advance, not at the door.

The discount code for those associated with Aquarian Minyan to get $6 off registration is AM. Capitalization does not matter. 

The link to register is http://bit.ly/reg4juneseder and the link for more info including Frequently Asked Questions is http://bit.ly/june2ndseder.  


Kick off Pride month with this participatory ritual filled with song and dance. Past attendees, including non-Jews and straight-identified folks said it moved and delighted them. WC accessible, Fragrance Free

Based on the Ashkenazi custom of reading Song of Songs on Passover, we gather together in community to rejoice and celebrate queer sacred sexuality for we know that all acts of love and pleasure are our rituals, are holy, and celebrate the Goddess.
Rabbi Akiva – “While all of the sacred writings are holy, the Song of Songs is the holy of holies!” (Mishnah, Yadayim 3:5).
Co-presented by JeWitch Collective and Aquarian Minyan with Chochmat HaLev, Sha’ar Zahav, Torah of Awakening and other community groups co-sponsoring. Contact events@JeWitchCollective.org to find out about co-sponsoring or with any concerns or questions.