Woodstock Jubilee: Back to The Garden

Honorary event chairs:
Toni & Terry McDonald and
Eric Alcouloumre & Annee Della Donna
invite you to join them for
Woodstock Jubilee: Back to The Garden
JCoOC’s Inaugural ‘Festival of Friends’ fundraiser

Sunday, September 8th, 5:00 pm
Environmental Nature Center – 1601 E 16th St., Newport Beach, CA

Live entertainment, community art gallery, nature walks, jam session, delicious food & spirits, hands-on activities and MORE…

The Environmental Nature Center is an indoor/outdoor facility including an area with wood chips and nature trails, so please dress accordingly for this type of venue. We recommend no heels and good walking shoes (better to dance with, my dear).

THERE ARE FOUR WAYS TO SUPPORT JCoOC THROUGH THIS EVENT:

1. One-Hit Wonder
Purchase individual tickets at $200 each before August 22 or $250 each after August 22.

2.Love the One Your With:
Purchase couple tickets at $360 for two before August 22 or $500 for two after August 22.

3. Become a Sponsor or Underwriter:
All sponsors and underwriters will receive multiple tickets & some perks based on level of donation: $1,800 – $25,000.

4. Donations are the next best thing to being there:
If you cannot attend the event, please consider making a donation and we hope to see you at an upcoming JCoOC program.

We love CHECKS! You’ll save the cost of the processing fee if you pay by this method. Checks should be made out to JCoOC and mailed to:
Jewish Collaborative of Orange County
2913 El Camino Real, #701
Tustin, CA 92782

Please click here to purchase tickets or become a sponsor.

*If you would like to support JCoOC in a way that you don’t see available above, please contact Rabbi Marcia Tilchin at rabbimarcia@jewishcollaborativeoc.org.

Click here for a larger view of the invitation.

Introduction to Judaism Classes

For people interested in learning more about their faith and those seeking a broad introduction to the many dimensions of Judaism.
Taught by Rabbi Marcia Tilchin and Friends

August 2019 through July 2020

Once a month on Sundays for three hours

Tuition $450 per person / $750 per couple includes:

  • 18 classes
  • Course Textbook
  • Special Shabbat dinner and experience
  • Access to supplemental programs offered in Los Angeles through the Miller Program
  • 3 personal meetings with Collaborative clergy
  • Opportunities to make up missed classes with other Miller cohorts in SoCal

Tuition for One Person

$450.00

Tuition for Couple

$750.00

Seaside Musical Theater

Auditions for Fantasy Fusion Follies Feb. 10th

Seaside Musical Theater auditions February 10
From 1:00 – 4:00 pm at Temple Bat Yahm, Seaside Musical Theater will hold auditions for its spring production of Fantasy Fusion Follies. All youth ages 6-13 are encouraged to participate. For more information email Rabbi Rayna Gevurtz at rabbigevurtz@tby.org


Previous Seaside Shows

SMT AAnnie
SMT Oliver

LAHAV

RSVP on EventBrite here.
Click here for a pdf printable flyer.

JAAN – Jewish Addiction Awareness Network

Understanding addiction from a Jewish Perspective

Addiction is a Jewish issue. JAAN is working to address it.

Visit JAAN’s comprehensive resource site at JAANetwork.org!
  • Find Jewish and general resources and recommended reading

  • Read personal Jewish perspectives on addiction and recovery

  • Explore how Jewish wisdom and traditions support healing and recovery

  • Learn more about JAAN’s services, events, and partnerships

OCJCR Programs

Advocacy Training Sunday, April 7th 2019

Join us for an in-depth advocacy training at Congregation B’nai Israel on Sunday, April 7th from 12:30 – 5:00pm. Become familiar with the HIAS legislative advocacy agenda, gain the skills to become an effective advocate, and join our team of volunteers meeting with government representatives to advocate pro-refugee, pro-asylum seeker legislation. Click here for the full invitation and how to RSVP. Space is limited.


PAST OC Jewish Coalition for Refugees Events:

Join us Sunday February 10th. RSVP to SocialAction@TempleBethDavid.org


Donation drive through January 31st, to assist the San Diego Rapid Response Network shelter for asylum seekers.

Read more about the shelter here.

Click here for printable flyer.SDRR donation drive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIAS NATIONAL REFUGEE SHABBAT

HIAS National Refugee Shabbat  is taking place across the country October 19th and 20th. The Orange County Jewish Coalition for Refugees and OC Welcome Campaign organizations are celebrating National Refugee Shabbat locally this October and November.

Refugee Shabbat programs around Orange County:

Saturday, October 13th with The Jewish Collaborative of Orange County:

Minyan Am Ehad Shabbat service in Newport Beach at 9:45am. Guest speakers, Jackie Menter and Rabbi Jill Zimmerman. More

Friday, October 19th at Temple Beth David in Westminster at 7:30pm. Shabbat Alive Service with guest speaker from Home for Refugees. See flyer here.

Friday, October 19th at Temple Bat Yahm in Newport Beach. Call TBY for more information.

Friday, October 19th at Congregation B’nai Tzedek in Fountain Valley. Call CBT for more information.

Friday, October 19th at Temple Beth Sholom in Santa Ana at 6:30pm. During Friday evening services guest speaker Dr. Mai-Phuong T. Nguyen will share her experiences as a child fleeing Vietnam. More

Saturday, October 20th at Temple Beth Emet in Anaheim. Call TBE for more information.

Saturday, October 20th at Congregation Shir HaMa’alot in Irvine. 9:30am Torah Study. 10:15am Shabbat morning service. Guest speakers Jackie Menter and Ellen Olshansky from the OC Jewish Coalition for Refugees.

Saturday, October 27th at Congregation B’nai Israel in Tustin. 1:00 – 2:00pm after Kiddush lunch.Guest speakers: Massuma Hassan, an Afghani refugee who has settled with her family in Tustin, and Jackie Menter from the OC Jewish Coalition for Refugees. More

Friday, November 16th at University Synagogue in Irvine at 7:00pm. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sonia Nazario will speak on “How to Welcome The Stranger And Uphold The Rule of Law?”  More


CBI Diaper Drive to benefit locally resettled refugee families: Sukkot through Thanksgiving

CBI Diaoer Drive

Congregation B’nai Israel is holding a Diaper Drive for the Tiyya Foundation Sukkot through Thanksgiving.

Donations can be dropped off at CBI. at 2111. Bryan Av., Tustin. Most needed are diapers, sizes 4-6, and wipes.

Click here for printable flyer.


 

 

Immigration & Refugees: A Deeper Look, Sunday October 21st

Immigranta nd Refugees filed Trip TBT

This program is being offered by Congregation B’nai Tzedek of Fountain Valley, and is open to the entire community. RSVP to to aprilakiva@cbtfv.org or Sarah in the Congregation B’nai Tzedek front office 714-963-4611.

On this program, we will travel to Los Angeles to gain a deeper understanding of the various perspectives on immigration and refugees in the United States. This program offers the unique opportunity to participate in a Q&A with an ICE agent, enjoy delicious lunch at a refugee or immigrant owned restaurant and hear from recipients of the DACA grant. In addition, we may meet with activists, artists and attorneys advocating for the rights of immigrants and refugees in Los Angeles.

Click here for a printable flyer.