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March
18

Social / Cultural Gatherings

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The Cultural/Social group provides opportunities to get together with fellow CJC members to have fun, do some interesting things, and enjoy yummy food. Through it all, and most importantly, we are building community and friendships. Up Next:  On Saturday March 18th, we'll have a three part event.  Join us for any ... Continue

March
11

A Taste of Purim

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Adults and children are welcome to join our fun and interactive re-telling of the Purim Story. Costumes and Hamentaschen of all styles are welcome.  The evening will begin with a potluck. When: Saturday, March 11, 2017, 6-8pm Where: the Chethiks’ home in El Granada.  RSVP to Diann for exact location. 6:00 – Community  Potluck (feel free to ... Continue

July
1

2016/2017 Board of Directors

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Our new board of directors has been elected.  The new term coincides with the beginning of our fiscal year, July 1st.   We welcome Sara Russell as president, having served as vice president for the past two years.  Also remaining on the board is Dave Schorr as Treasurer, and Chip Goldstein as ... Continue

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CJC

Shabbat Shalom

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Our next Kabbalat Shabbat Service will be held on February 24, which is the fourth Friday of the month.  The service will be at the standard place (Holy Family) and time (7:30).   Join the Social group before the service for Shabbat dinner at Fisherman’s Taverna in Half Moon Bay at 6pm.  Let ... Continue

CJC
Tots

Tot Shabbat

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  Are you a family with a preschool age child? We'd like to welcome you to Coastside Jewish Community’s new Tot Shabbat program. What is it? Rabbi Jane will lead families in Jewish singing, Torah stories, movement and blessings. The program is about half an hour followed by a kid-friendly potluck dinner ... Continue

LGBT &
Allies

We Are LGBT & Allies

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We are a community that includes those who identify as transgender, bisexual, lesbian, gay, queer, questioning, straight, and allies. Each of us and our congregation benefits from embracing our diversity. By honoring each of our unique contributions we are creating a culture of tikkun olam (repairing the world), and a ... Continue