Ways To Stay Connected

We are encouraged by the participation and feedback from those who have “attended” our online services and social engagement opportunities. As we continue to move through this time, we hope that participation will continue to be high. If you have not already tried connecting online, we encourage you to do so

High Holy Days Sermons

Read Rabbi Alpert’s Sermons
Read Rabbi Roller’s Sermon

High Holy Days and Beyond Events Guide Click here to download a PDF version with clickable links. View Full Screen for optimal viewing experience.

Ways To Help

Project Isaiah Virtual Food Drive – Addressing a Current Critical Need in Our Community
Since the COVID crisis began, Second Harvest has experienced double the requests for assistance. Your financial contributions are needed! Help Congregation Beth David reach our virtual food drive goal of $10,000 – we are only about 28% to our goal!. Donate Now

Take Action Today – Fighting for Balanced Ethnic Studies For our Future Generations
Important Update on the CA Ethnic Studies Curriculum More Information

Tuesday, September 29, 5:00 pm, Zoom 
Please register here to receive the Zoom link. 
Elina Kaplan, Co-Founder, Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies
Sarah Levin, Executive Director, JIMENA
Rabbi Corey Helfand, Senior Rabbi and Spiritual Leader at Peninsula Sinai

Sukkot 5781 Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4

Sukkot Taste of Shabbat and Services

Ways To Stay Connected During These Times

Online Resources for Minyan and Services
Minyan & Shabbat Morning Service (Zoom)
Community Events 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Events for Tuesday, September 29 through Sunday, October 4
View Calendar for future programming

Group Chat (Zoom) 
Tuesday, September 29, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Join others in this supportive chat session. To connect online (with or without video): https://zoom.us/j/634551720?pwd=L3A1ZmZFTXhnVnNWVXB2Z1BqcE1HZz09 To connect by phone, call (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 634 551 720, Password: 755401

Teen Learning (Zoom)
Wednesday, September 30,
 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Teens will meet weekly on Zoom, Wednesdays from 6 to 7, starting on the 16th of September, for discussions with Rabbi Roller. Topics will be picked by the teens based on their interests. Email for more information

Simchat Torah Family Art Project – Make Your Own Torah Kit
Wednesday, September 30, 
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Contactless material pickup in Beth David parking lot. 
Beth David has created a Make Your Own Torah Art Kit for all children in the congregation ages 4-12. If you cannot pick up a kit during this timeframe, please email Rabbi Roller to make arrangements.

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Red Cross Urgently Seeking Volunteers: More Info

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