@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

 

Social Awareness Event, March 13, 6:30pm, Location TBD

TBE20s30s is partnering with Ross Halfant, Temple Beth-El’s Social Justice Fellow, to come up with a volunteering event that will benefit the community around us. It will be the first of its kind, and one we hope will be meaningful for everyone involved. This event is still in the development stages, but stay tuned to our Facebook page to get specific details as the date draws closer. 

 

Lunch and Learn, March 24, 12:30pm,  Temple Beth-El, Cost: $10

TBE20s30s is excited to invite Rebecca Soffer, one of the co-founders of Modern Loss, for an exclusive talk on how to be a good friend during times of loss for yourself or someone else. Modern Loss is a program started by Rebecca Soffer and Gabrielle Birkner that offers candid conversations about handling grief in the modern age. A catered lunch is included in the attendance price. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for full event details and a link to RSVP; your payment will serve as your RSVP.

 

After Hours, March 29, 8pm, Burgerteca, 403 Blue Star #105; San Antonio, TX 78204

March’s After Hours will take us to one of San Antonio’s culinary heroes’ newest establishments. Burgerteca offers some delicious and unique takes on this all-American meal with a Mexican twist! Services in the Wulfe Sanctuary will begin at 6:30pm with a small nosh beforehand at 5:45pm. 

 

After Hours: Special Edition, April 12, 8:15pm, Temple Beth-El

April’s After Hours will give us a unique opportunity to spend the evening with Rabbi Jonah Pesner, the Director of the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism. Following services where Rabbi Pesner will be speaking, we will join him for dinner and conversation. Bring your questions and suggestions for social action opportunities for our group and beyond! There is no cost for this event, but it is limited to the first 25 people. RSVPS are a must. Please RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/tbejp

 

TBE20s30s Seder, April 21, 6:30pm, Yergin Residence, Cost $15

We will have a full and fun interactive seder led by Dave and Rabbi Marina Yergin at their house with LOTS of (kosher for Passover) food for everyone. Cost will be $15 per person and a bottle of Kosher for Passover wine or grape juice to both cover the cost of food and ensure there is enough wine for everyone. Your payment will be your RSVP. The payment link will be available as we get closer to the seder.

 

Shabbat Morning Hike, April 27, 10am, Location TBD

Join us for our April Shabbat nature hike. Our Shabbat hikes are in addition to the already scheduled services at TBE. We will hike a trail or two (or three) while reflecting on the gift of nature and Shabbat. If you’re hungry afterward, join us for a no-host lunch (location will be decided later). Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details as we get closer.

 

Torah on Tap, May 9, 6:30pm, Location and Topic TBD

In May, TBE20s30s will be hosting a Torah on Tap for the congregation. A member of TBE20s30s will facilitate a conversation regarding a topic that is important in today’s society. 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!

 

After Hours, May 31, 8:15pm, Salsalito Cantina, 14535 Nacogdoches Rd; San Antonio, TX 78247

May’s After Hours will take us to the Northeast location of the Salsalito Cantina. Their food always features fresh and high-quality ingredients in order to make their signature dishes taste great. Our After Hours events are a great opportunity to hang out, meet new people, and enjoy great food, all while unwinding after a long week!

 


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