Young Adult Programming
You’re invited to our programs and events tailor-made for the Young Adult Community (20s & 30s) and our mid-30s & 40s group. Please check back often as we update this page with new events regularly.
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Programming is open to all who are 21 or older.
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Community Dinners + Back to Shul Late Shabbat
8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
We want to invite all Jewish young adults from around the Bay Area to come together for intimate dinners – between 8 and 10 people – at some of the best spots in the Inner Richmond. You will sign up and be assigned to a table where you will enjoy a meal with new and old friends. Following dinner, we will head over to Congregation Emanu-El for Late Shabbat service. The service will be followed by a lively Oneg with food, drinks, and the opportunity to meet people from other dinners and make more friends who are apart of this amazing community. Register at the link below by September 11 to save your seat at a dinner! We will email you about your reservation the week of the dinner
Back to Shul Late Shabbat After Party
Friday, September 13
Neck of the Woods
10:00 pm – 2:00 am
Welcome back to Shul! Join the Young Adult Community at Congregation Emanu-El and Adam Swig for what may be Adam’s last Late Shabbat after party of the year! After Back to Shul Late Shabbat on September 13 at Temple Emanu-El, head over to Neck of the Woods for dancing and jewbilation. This event is Free, please consider a $5 suggested donation to support free events like these.
Emanu-El 30s/40s Group: A group for adults in their 30s and 40s, we regularly come together in meaningful ways to have fun, develop meaningful relationships, and deepen our Jewish identity through spiritual, educational, social, and service oriented programming. Most events are open to congregants and non-congregants, but certain events are congregant-only. For more information on events in this group contact Rachel Melman.
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