Tikkun Leyl ShavuotDate: Tuesday, June 3 - 4, 2014
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A unique community-wide celebration and night of learning, a spiritual journey bringing together people of all varied perspectives and affiliations. Stay for an hour—or stay until dawn! We will be led in study by teachers from our diverse Bay Area Jewish community.
Tikkun Program Schedule (Subject to Change)
Childcare: We have reached our capacity for childcare and registration is closed.
Family Programming: We would love you to join us for family programming, featuring sessions for ages 2-12. View Family Programming Schedule.
Volunteer Request: We are very much needing volunteers for food preparation for this year's Tikkun Leyl Shavout! We need help on June 3rd for these shifts: 12pm-3pm, 3pm- 5pm, 6:30pm-9pm, and/or 12am-1:30am. Whether you have volunteered in the past or are new to the Tikkun, there are so many opportunities to get involved at all times throughout the night. Please contact Lauren Greis at email@example.com. Join us in celebrating Shavuot!
This event is free and open to the public.
Cosponsored by a growing list of community organizations, including:
American Jewish World Service (AJWS), Aquarian Minyan, Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice, Berkeley Hillel, Beyt Tikkun, Chochmat HaLev, Congregation Beth El, Congregation Beth Israel, Congregation Netivot Shalom, East Bay Minyan, G-dcast, JCC East Bay, Jewish Federation & Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay, Jewish Gateways, Jewish LearningWorks, Kehilla Community Synagogue, Keshet, Kevah, KlezCalifornia, Lehrhaus Judaica, Midrasha in Berkeley, Moishe House, Nishmat Shalom, Or Zarua, Reutlinger Home for Jewish Parents, Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies – Graduate Theological Union, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, Tehiyah Day School, Temple Beth Hillel, Temple Sinai, Urban Adamah, Wilderness Torah, and Yeashore Community