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Beach Shabbat Service Potluck
Aug
23
6:00 PM18:00

Beach Shabbat Service Potluck

Vegetarian potluck 6pm

Service 7:00 pm

27th and the Strand, Manhattan Beach

We live in a place people come to vacation!  What better place than the beach for a Friday night service.  Bring a 8- 10 person main dish to share for the potluck and then settle down in your chair or blanket (it’s bring your own for this service) for a lovely evening service.  Bring a sweater and quarters for the meters.

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ShaParkit
May
11
11:45 AM11:45

ShaParkit

Our second annual Shabbat celebration together at the Park.  We'll bring rice and beans and chips and salsa to share! Bring some snacks to share and a yoga mat - Cantor Beth is leading. Relax and enjoy!   We are at Polliwog Park, Tables P7 - between the play structure and MB Middle School.  Park in the MBMS lot (entrance on Redondo Ave b/W 15th & 18th) and walk over. Shabbat is a day different that the rest, a special day, a day of rest. How Jews observe shabbat varies depending on their community, beliefs and customs. Tryout a new way for CTJ come to ShaParkit.


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Making Peace In the Mideast Through the Environment
Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

Making Peace In the Mideast Through the Environment

CTJ is privileged to host Israeli Gidon Bromberg and Jordanian Munqeth Mehyar, two of the directors of Ecopeace an organization cooperating at the grassroots and national level between Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanian. Ecopeace works on water issues such as:

  • Grassroots community activism on ‘environmental peacemaking’

  • Work to rehabilitate the Jordan River - the river holy to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam and yet woefully polluted and debilitated today.

  • Effort to develop a cross-border “Peace Park” on an island in the Jordan between Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority.

  • Efforts to save the Dead Sea

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