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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Shabbat Dinner
    Shabbat Dinner
    Fri, May 31
    Shul on the Beach
    May 31, 2024, 7:45 PM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    May 31, 2024, 7:45 PM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    Watch the sunset over the ocean and indulge in the joyous atmosphere of a Shabbat Dinner with the Shul on the Beach Community. Join fellow Jewish professionals for an uplifting evening filled with delicious food and wine, inspiring conversations, singing, and meaningful Torah discussions.
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  • Women's Challah Bake
    Women's Challah Bake
    Sun, Jun 09
    Shul on the Beach
    Jun 09, 2024, 4:00 PM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    Jun 09, 2024, 4:00 PM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    Come together with the Shul on the Beach community for an inspiring and fun-filled afternoon led by Rebbetzin Dina Rubanowitz. Experience a warm and welcoming atmosphere, connect with other amazing women in our community, and take home your beautifully baked challah.
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  • Shavuos Dinner & Late Night Torah Jam  June 11
    Shavuos Dinner & Late Night Torah Jam  June 11
    Tue, Jun 11
    Shul on the Beach
    Jun 11, 2024, 9:00 PM – Jun 12, 2024, 12:45 AM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    Jun 11, 2024, 9:00 PM – Jun 12, 2024, 12:45 AM
    Shul on the Beach, 505 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA, USA
    Immerse yourself in the spirit of Shavous as we come together to enjoy a delicious meal and insightful teachings. Keynote Address by Guest Speaker Rabbi Raphael Lapin. Rabbi Rubanowitz will lead us in Late Night Jam offering deeper insights and opportunities for reflection.
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  • Sponsor Kiddush (Let us know the occasion you are honoring)
    Sponsor Kiddush (Let us know the occasion you are honoring)
    Time is TBD
    Outside on the Shul Patio
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    Outside on the Shul Patio
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    Outside on the Shul Patio
    The custom of sponsoring a kiddush is a wonderful way to share a Simcha or to remember a loved one. The Yahrtzeit of a family member,in memory of a beloved friend, a Birthday, Wedding Anniversary, or any lifecycle event of yours or of a loved one, to express gratitude in honor of a special occasion.
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  • Elevation
    Elevation
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  • Spirituality & Connection
    Spirituality & Connection
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  • Conversations & Chatter
    Conversations & Chatter
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  • Business Productivity & Success
    Business Productivity & Success
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  • Knowledge & Inspiration
    Knowledge & Inspiration
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  • Love & Relationships
    Love & Relationships
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  • Health Energy & Wellbeing
    Health Energy & Wellbeing
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  • COMING SOON  Melava Malka
    COMING SOON  Melava Malka
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