New Meetup Group for Jewish 20s/30s! Twin Cities Jewish 20s 30s New Friends http://www.meetup.com/Twin-Cities-Jewish-20s-30s-New-Friends/ This is a fun social group exclusively for young Jewish guys and gals in the 20s and 30s, preferably intelligent and interesting. So, if you are one of us, then it's a group for you and you should join now.
Join Makom: Adath Jeshurun’s 20s/30s Group Events!
Makom, a vibrant spiritual community for 20s & 30s, is a project of Adath Jeshurun Congregation. You do not need to be a member of Adath to participate. Makom will help arrange transportation for those who need it. We always welcome new faces, friends and significant others to be part of our community.
Check out the Makom website at www.makomtc.com. RSVP on our homepage for the next Makom Shabbat, learn more about Makom and what we are building this year.
Please check out our projects on Facebook and "like" our Makom page. For more information or to get involved, contact Rabbi Aaron Weininger at 952-215-3922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Makom Shabbat Dinners: Third Fridays are Free with Makom
Refresh. Recharge. Renew.
Let the joy of Shabbat feed your stomach and nourish your soul. Come relax and join other 20s & 30s for warm Shabbat dinners with plenty of food, drink, and great conversation as we build community in homes and in the synagogue. Dinners will feature guest speakers & teachers of interest to the community.
Every 3rd Friday of the month, 20s & 30s can join Rabbi Weininger for potluck Shabbat dinner. For more info, email email@example.com. Third Fridays are free and open to all. You do not need to be a Makom partner or member of Adath to participate.
Makom Fridays Friday, June 29 at 6:30 PM - 9 PM 222 2nd St SE, Minneapolis 55414
Come as you are. Come when you can. Join Makom as we celebrate Shabbat with new and familiar faces through soulful prayer and delicious food, a space to unwind, and the sweet ruach (energy) of community. We'll have a special blessing created for Pride Month.
Be part of sharing Shabbat with us and pop over when you can. We'll be in Greg's community room. Jewish, not Jewish, or just exploring? Great-- you'll fit right in.
One way we build community is through good food. We're known to have a few gourmet cooks and bakers and some take-out pros who know how to order. Bring a dairy or vegetarian dish according to your last name:
R-Z: always room for dessert
Challah, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Street and meter parking close by.
Taste of Torah on Eat Street Tuesday, June 26 at 12 pm-1pm My Huong Kitchen 2718 Nicollet Ave Ste 101B, Minneapolis
Feed your soul with Jewish wisdom while Tracy Wong, owner of My Huong Kitchen, feeds your appetite with authentic Vietnamese home cooking.
Powered by young adults at Makom and the Center for Learning and Spirituality, Taste of Torah on Eat Street is everybody friendly. Lunch is included at no cost. Spiritual seekers and learners of all backgrounds are welcome to build community through delicious vegetarian cuisine and deep Torah study with Rabbi Aaron Weininger. This time we'll focus on the Torah portion of the week.
Feel free to let us know you're coming on Facebook, but you must also RSVP to Darlene Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are a limited number of spots available.
Beth Jacob 20s & 30s Group
Twenty- and thirty-somethings at Beth Jacob are active leaders of our shul as a whole, participating in and creating the vibrant, intergenerational community that we value. also gather regularly as a group of younger adults -- singles, couples and families -- for dinners, barbeques, bike rides, theater, cook-offs, you name it. To get connected: the Beth Jacob 20's and 30s Community on Facebook or email Re'ema Absey (email@example.com) to learn more!
Watch for notices via Facebook and emails on upcoming events and get-togethers!
NOAZIM: Mount Zion Temple’s 20s/30s Group
For more information on upcoming events, to get involved, or to simply get on our mailing list, find our group on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You do not need to be a member of Mount Zion Temple.
Temple of Aaron TAXY 20s/30s Group
Events are open to all in the 20s/30s age range. You do not need to be a member of Temple of Aaron. FFI: Contact the synagogue at 651-698-8874.
Synagogue Membership Offer From Temple Of Aaron
Anyone up to 30 years old can receive a FREE Temple of Aaron membership, which includes High Holy Days tickets, Aaronian newsletter and other benefits of membership. Contact Executive Director Ken Agranoff at email@example.com if interested in membership.
NextGen for ages 21 - 36
JFCS NextGen is a Fund, Club and Board that encourages philanthropy and community involvement among young adults. To learn more click here or contact Todd Sandler at firstname.lastname@example.org, JFCS Development Associate.
JFCS NextGen Volunteer Corps
Be the first to hear about upcoming volunteer events and last-minute needs. Join the Volunteer Corps Facebook group here.
You've come to NextGen events, you're on the email list, maybe you're even a member of the NextGen Volunteer Corps Facebook page. But have you ever wished there was a site you could learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities and sign up all in one place?
Well you're in luck! We've just launched a page on SignUp.com that we will keep updated with information on upcoming NextGen volunteer happenings. To RSVP, just fill your name in one of the available slots. You'll even get a reminder email when the event is coming up. Bookmark the page, and check it often.
JEWISH FEDERATION PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG ADULTS
(Minneapolis) 20|30 PROJECT for ages 21-40
(St. Paul) Young Leadership for ages 22-45
Jewish Grads TC Facebook Page
“Jewish Grads TC” exists solely as a Facebook page to share and invite Jewish young adults and their friends to “hang outs” across the cities and on Twin Cities campuses.
On the page, which hosts a total of 100+ members, graduate students and Jews in their 20’s and 30’s can post information about happy hours, game day parties and just about anything and everything in between to let other Jews know where the party, Shabbat, or study sesh will be.
Despite lacking pre-planned programming, an official organization and board members, the Facebook group offers a diverse set of Jews looking to find their place in the Twin Cities a forum on which to connect — and, of course, those students looking for a formal setting can visit Minnesota Hillel.
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