TBE 20s and 30s Shabbat Dinner

June 27, 2014 0

WE ARE CURRENTLY AT CAPACITY. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE PUT ON OUR WAIT LIST PLEASE CONTACT RABBI JOSH FRANKLIN

Join Rabbi Josh Franklin and TBE (Temple Beth Elohim) 20s and 30s for a home-style Shabbat experience! We look forward to welcoming friends and guests from all backgrounds to our Shabbat table. Good food, lots of wine (and beer), and great community! Food will be catered by Inna’s Kitchen. A special thanks to the CJP – Greater Boston’s Jewish Federation for helping sponsor this event!

TBE 20s and 30s IS TEMPLE BETH ELOHIM’S SUB-COMMUNITY OF SINGLES AND COUPLES (WITHOUT CHILDREN) IN THEIR 20s and 30s

Please be in touch with Rabbi Josh for more information about the event and our community.

Event Location: Home
Newton, Massachusetts, 02466

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When
Friday, June 27, 2014, 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
* Registration closes on June 23rd
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