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Shabbat Dinners

Shabbat Dinners


 

Shabbos Foods

 

 

Join your community for a delicious, mouth-watering, inspirational, meaningful Shabbat Dinners. Once a week we gather for uplifting Shabbat Services, followed by a dinner with a talk by Rabbi Levertov or a guest speaker addressing various interesting topics (For past speakers click here)

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Weekly

Friday Night: Summer 7:00. Winter 6:00pm

Saturday Morning
10:00 am - Shabbat Services
10:30 am - Kabbalah Study
12:30 pm - Kiddush Lunch


SPECIAL THEMED SHABBAT DINNERS WITH GUEST SPEAKER!

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  January 27, 6:00pm 

Daughter of Auschwitz survivor speaks about her life and transformational work 

Naomi Diamond will share stories of her parents' survival from the Holocaust, her experiences growing up as a child of survivors and what that taught her about herself and how she channels that helping others.

Naomi was born in Israel and at the age of three emigrated to the United States with her parents. She holds a Masters in Counseling from The University of Massachusetts and  spent ten years working in child protective services, did couples and family counseling , spent the past four years working across the country with veterans, and most recently supporting women who have experienced trauma here in Santa Fe.

In honor of Yaszmina Nedboy’s birthday.


February 24, 2017, 6:00pm
Greek Shabbat Dinner

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Guest speaker Author Martin Rutte. Co-Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work!

Discover what is Heaven on Earth for you and how to easily get started making that real.

With a birthday party to the very special Cirel Levertov who turns 10! 


  


 

June 16

 

Chinese Shabbat Dinner

 

 

July 21

 

Moroccan Shabbat Dinner

 

August 18

Taco Shabbat Dinner

  

 Shabbat Dinner Reservation Form

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Looking forward!

Shabbat Shalom.