Beth El Synagogue’s Rabbi Yonah and Rabbi Drew are among the organizers and presenters at this year’s Jewlicious Festival. The Weekend features speakers, workshops and music for young adults 18-36 from around Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Southern California. The event takes place February 28 – March 2, 2014, aboard the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA.
Weekend packages with hotel from $121
PARKING: $5 per night per room
Or book your own room:
HOTEL: Ask for JEWLICIOUS RATE
Queen Mary (562) 435-3511
Glatt Kosher food, Shabbat Friendly
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Info line: 310-277-5544
Beth El is proud to announce the opening of our Los Angeles Campus, a synagogue geared towards young professionals. We are calling the campus “Pico Shul” because it is on Pico Blvd. Extensive renovations were donated to make the synagogue functional and attractive, including repairing the walls, floor, ceiling, and AC. Rabbi Yonah Bookstein will be leading services and holiday celebrations there each week.
High Holiday services were packed. Over one hundred attended for the New Year, and Yom Kippur was even more packed with one hundred and forty attendees. The worshipers were not regular synagogue goers, but young professionals who have become distanced from Judaism.
Highlights include the reading from a hundreds of years old Torah from Lodz, Poland, the amazing Hazan, Tuli Skaist, and teachings by Batsheva Frankel, Lauren Brown, Cheston Mizel, Shlomo Seidenfeld, and Danny Kaufman.
Meals were served after each day of Rosh Hashanah and a huge breakfast hosted one hundred people.
The Pico Shul’s mission is to reach out to the thousands of unaffiliated young adults in Los Angels with social, educational, cultural and religious programming.
What do you get when you cross California’s oldest and most prestigious reggae music festival and Shabbat Tent? That is what we were looking to find out.
The festival is nestled in the steep and wooded mountains of Humbolt County along the Eel River. Wherever you turn, the view of the mountains and trees is beautiful. 10,000 lovers of music sold-out the festival who camped and RV’ed wherever was possible.
Thanks to the organizers and producers of Reggae on the River, Shabbat Tent was given a very visibile and comfortable location just next to the main venue entrance. Thanks to Elie Green and Daniel Kozmal (of Doc Green’s Healing Cooperative), the tent was decorated with futons, plants, artwork they brought up from Berkeley by cargo van. Shimon and team hung drapery from the ceiling, and at the entrances. the Shabbat Tent team also built a full mobile kitchen in the camping area for cooking and food prep so that all the meals would be fresh and delicious.
August 23-25, 2013
Angeles National Forest – Jackson Flats
Join Shabbat Tent and Rabbi Yonah for a weekend in the stunning Angeles National Forest mountains. Grab your camping gear, and we’ll provide the food, l’chaims, and spirituality. Wrap up summer in the great outdoors with a breath of fresh air and get fired-up for the New Year ahead.
Program includes: Shabbat Feasts, optional Carlebach style services, classes, BBQ, walks, meditation and more.