@TBE20s30s

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@TBE20s30s, Temple Beth-El’s group for people in their 20s and 30s, is dedicated to creating Jewish community by connecting to Judaism, arts and culture, spirituality, tradition, the city of San Antonio, and to each other!  We create authentic Jewish experiences through social, intellectual, spiritual, and recreational programming based on what YOU want.  We strive to enhance our leadership skills, develop our Jewish identity, and improve our world by tikkun olam (repairing our world), all while having fun!

As part of the Temple Beth-El community, we follow their mission “to create a welcoming and vibrant” environment.  @TBE20s30s is committed to this warm atmosphere and encourages everyone to attend events and/or take on a leadership role.

In order to be able to have active participation, programming YOU want, and new members, we need to hear from you! Feel free to contact @TBE20s30s at [email protected] or Rabbi Marina Yergin.   Don’t forget to frequent our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TBE20s30s to see our upcoming events in real time!

We can’t wait to have you join us at one (or more) of our upcoming events!


Upcoming Events

 

BYOB Painting, July 25, 6:30pm, Whimsy Art Studios, 2211 NW Military Hwy, Set 116, Castle Hills, TX 78213

Enjoy a BYOB painting class where we will paint a picture (design TBD). No painting experience necessary! The professionals at Whimsy will help everyone release their inner artist. Join us for this fun and enlightening evening. The cost will be $20 per person and will pay for all the art supplies and class for the night. Don’t forget to bring your own drinks (alcoholic or not!). In order to attend this event, you must sign up and pay online.

 

August After Hours, August 9, 8:15pm, Alamo Café, 14250 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78232

Our monthly After Hours will be held on this evening following 6:30pm services at TBE in the Wulfe Sanctuary. We’ll be returning to a favorite haunt at Alamo Café! Enjoy buttered tortillas (it’s a thing) and join us in the battle for the big-chip-in-the-queso at this month’s After Hours. Roll the dice and see if you can make it to your entrée after delighting in Alamo Café’s legendary chips and salsa. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Backpack Assembly, August 10, 10am-noon, El Divino Salvador UMC Church

In partnership with the Interfaith Welcome Coalition (IWC), Temple Beth-El will be assembling backpacks to be distributed to immigrant families seeking asylum! Please note this is not a TBE20s30s sponsored event but one that Temple is putting on at large and we’d love to have a TBE20s30s presence there. In order to attend, you must RSVP to Mina López [email protected] by August 7th. Everyone will meet at Temple Beth-El parking lot and carpool to El Divino Church as parking is limited there.

 

Urban Farm Work, August 17, 8am, Mission San Juan Capistrano, 9101 Graf Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214

We have a very unique opportunity to offer our assistance at the San Antonio Food Bank’s Mission San Juan Capistrano farm! The Food Bank farms a 50 acre plot at this World Heritage site to assist in abetting food insecurity in the Greater San Antonio area. Keep an eye out for additional information and let Lauren Erwin, TBE20s30s social advocacy coordinator know if you’re interested in helping!

 

September After Hours, September 6, 8:15pm, Burgerteca, 403 Blue Star #105, San Antonio, TX 78204

After Hours will be held immediately following Shabbat service which is scheduled to begin at 6:30 in the Wulfe Sanctuary. We’re going to make a return to Burgerteca after a wonderful and fun evening here in 2018. Chef Johnny Hernandez has some inspired takes on an American classic and you won’t want to miss the delicious treats available.

 

Torah on Tap, September 19, 6:30pm, Thai Topaz, 2177 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78213

In September, Michael Epstein, member of Temple Beth El’s TBE20s30s will be hosting a Torah on Tap for the congregation. More information on the topic to follow in the September bulletin. Are you interested in facilitating a discussion on an important topic to you? Great! Rabbi Yergin can work with you to help organize thoughts and texts. Do you want to facilitate a discussion but have no idea where to even begin? No worries! We can get you a list of topics that have been discussed and possible ideas for future events. As we get closer to the event, stay tuned to our Facebook page for announcement of our facilitator, topic, and location. As a reminder this is an event open to the entire congregation!

 

@TBE20s30s Break-the-Fast, October 9, 7ish (following Neilah service), Max and Louie’s, 126 W Bitters Rd, San Antonio, TX 78216

Join us for our annual Break-the-Fast event at a spot new to our group for this event: Max and Louie’s! After completing our meaningful fasts we’ll share in a meal and choose from perennial favorites like matzoh ball soup and challah French toast! Max and Louie’s New York Diner has a great variety of options that are sure to please every palate. Let’s start the new year off right with this shared “Yumm” Kippur meal.

 

October After Hours, October 18, 8:15pm, Location TBD

Our monthly After Hours will be held on this evening following 6:30pm services at TBE in the Wulfe Sanctuary. As we get closer to the event, stay tuned to our Facebook page and the Bulletin for more details. We’ll hope to see some new faces this evening as this is our Shabbat service celebrating our new members at Temple Beth El! If you’re a new member this is your night.

 


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