Abrahamic Alliance Events:
Sack Lunch Making
Thursday, October 12, 10:00 – 12:30
It’s hard to escape poverty when you haven’t eaten in days. So join AAi co-leaders Rabbi Hugh Seid-Valencia of Jewish Silicon Valley, Rev. Larry Albright of Lincoln Glen Church, and Sr. Fatma Elashmawi of Muslim Community Association to make 600+ PB&J sandwiches that will be distributed freely to hungry neighbors in need. Sign up here
Hygiene Kit Assembly
Sunday, October 22, 2:00 p.m.
Join Temple Emanu-El, Episcopal Church in Almaden, Evergreen Islamic Center, and North America Bangladeshi Islamic Community, to assemble hygiene kits at EIC. Sign up here
Knitzvah Monthly Meeting
Sunday, October 15, 10:30 a.m.
If you love to knit, crochet or sew; or want to exchange knitting or crocheting ideas, this is the place where you belong. Knitzvah meets monthly and creates beautiful handmade items for preemie babies in the NICU, seniors who appreciate lap blankets to keep warm, cancer patients in need of colorful caps, and so much more. Email Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Peninsula Synagogue Sustainability Fair (Beth Am)
Sunday, October 22, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Dayenu Circle, together with Beth David, other neighboring synagogues and faith institutions, will be hosting a sustainability fair. The fair will showcase earth-friendly products, actions, rebates and inspiration to reduce our collective carbon footprint. More info. Please support this amazing endeavor by coming and/or volunteering: Volunteer Tasks and Sign Up
SAVE THE DATE FOR MUSICAL TIKKUN OLAM!
African Flair Kabbalat Shabbat and Potluck
Friday, Nov. 10 LINK
Support the Jews of Africa by being inspired by their music.
You can support financially at:
Beth David Women’s Shabbat Shira Service
- Check out Native restoration projects in the area.
- Tamien: https://www.tamien.org/volunteer
- In honor of the local Indigenous people, try using our Land Acknowledgement when you open your events: “We acknowledge that Beth David benefits from its location on land that Indigenous people, such as the Tamien Nation, call their ancestral home.”