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Spend Yom Kippur in a place and in a community that supports quiet, contemplative time and meaningful shared experiences, whether you’re walking along the lake, praying in the glass-walled synagogue, visiting the goats or helping us build our community sukkah after a bountiful break-fast meal.
Join San Diego foodies, nutritionists, chefs, farmers, rabbis, vegans, and omnivores in celebration of the values of the Jewish Food Movement: local, accessible, healthful food, crafted by people who are treated fairly, and grown or produced in a way that promotes a healthy, sustainable, and diverse environment.
Spend your day learning, celebrating and hands-on doing at the intersection of food, sustainability and Jewish life.
Join participants from across the country – including people who are already members of intentional communities as well as folks who are just curious and excited by the idea – as we learn from and share with each other, vision together, and plant seeds for communities to come.
Our fourth annual Jewish Grateful DeadFest explores and celebrates the universe inspired and embodied by the Grateful Dead – and makes the connections between that universe and our Jewish tradition and culture.
Silent sitting and walking meditation with instruction, musical chanting prayer sessions, including for Shabbat, silent meals to cultivate the practice of mindful eating, evening teachings that draw on Jewish & Buddhist sources, consultations with retreat leaders, and more.
Join the thinkers and doers of the Jewish Food Movement for 4 days of inspiring lectures and discussions, expert cooking demonstrations and DIY projects, fun kids and family activities, rocking New Year’s party and delicious, consciously-prepared food.
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