Events

UPCOMING SHABBATONIM

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Shabbaton with Rabbi Kenny (Yitzchak) Kaufman
November 22 and 23, 2019

November 22:
4:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat
6:00 pm  Shabbat Dinner and Discussion with Rabbi Kaufman “The Key to Jewish Survival”
Cost: $20/adults, $15/students, $50/families
RSVP Required for dinner: events@kitcsacramento.org by Nov. 20

November 23:
9:15 am  Shacharit
10:30 pm D’var Torah with Rabbi Kaufman
12:00 pm  Lunch and Learn, Free, no RSVP required. “The Sin of Loving G-d”
7:00 pm Program: “Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox, and Other Non-Jewish Concepts” (free)

Kenny Kaufman founded and directs KULANU. He has served as a campus and community rabbi, teacher, school principal, college administrator, social worker, and program organizer for all ages and backgrounds. He promotes Jewish learning and rejoicing through classes, celebrations, concerts, Kosher camping, retreats, seminars, and social service. Various organizations (including Jewish, Christian, Muslim, secular, and universities) have hosted him as a speaker and scholar-in-residence for Shabbatonim and retreats, interfaith and multi-ethnic programs, ethics lectures, classes, seminars, and civic events. He values unity and diversity, and chesed and social responsibility. He loves people, nature, music, sports, learning, and a good argument.

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Shabbat Vayislach: December 13-14
Rabbi Hazzan Avi Alpert

Shabbat Dinner Cost: $20/adults, $15/students, $50/families
RSVP Required to events@kitcsacramento.org

Lunch and Learn, Free, no RSVP required

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Shabbat Vayechi: January 10-11
Rabbi Aaron Finkelstein

Shabbat Dinner Cost: $20/adults, $15/students, $50/families
RSVP Required to events@kitcsacramento.org

Lunch and Learn, Free, no RSVP required
Kiddush lunch co-sponsored by Life and Legacy, Jewish Community Foundation of the West, and the KITC community.