Morning Minyan

Chapel 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, United States

Our morning minyan meets every Monday and Thursday in the chapel and lasts approximately one hour. We use the older Conservative Siddur (prayerbook) for daily prayer compiled by Rabbi Morris Silverman.The service is always followed by a light breakfast in the social hall lovingly prepared by minyan regulars.

Weekly Text Study

Paulista Brazilian Kitchen and Taproom, 4239 Park Blvd, Oakland, CA 94602, USA

All levels of learning are welcome. You do not need to know Hebrew.But please bring some kind of Chumash/Tanach/Bible with you.No RSVP is needed. Just show up!

BBYO meetings

Baum Center 341 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, United States

Adult Trope Class

Chapel-contact Susan for Details Susan@TBAoakland.org

Introduction to Judiasm with Rabbi Bloom

Baum Youth Center-contact Rabbi Bloom to register

Theclass lasts about an hour, and the material covered will include: Torah,Bible, Talmud, History, Life Cycle, Holidays, Who is a Jew, the differentbranches of Judaism, Antisemitism, Israel, and more.

Introduction to Judaism with Rabbi Bloom

Baum Youth Center-contact Rabbi Bloom to register

Theclass lasts about an hour, and the material covered will include: Torah,Bible, Talmud, History, Life Cycle, Holidays, Who is a Jew, the differentbranches of Judaism, Antisemitism, Israel, and more.

Morning Minyan

Chapel 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, United States

Our morning minyan meets every Monday and Thursday in the chapel and lasts approximately one hour. We use the older Conservative siddur (prayerbook) for daily prayer compiled by Rabbi Morris Silverman.The service is always followed by a light breakfast in the social hall lovingly prepared by minyan regulars.

Morning Minyan

Chapel 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, United States

Our morning minyan meets every Monday and Thursday in the chapel and lasts approximately one hour. We use the older Conservative Siddur (prayerbook) for daily prayer compiled by Rabbi Morris Silverman.The service is always followed by a light breakfast in the social hall lovingly prepared by minyan regulars.

Kindergym

Temple Beth Abraham is thrilled to announce the return of Kindergym, now under the direction of Jeni Clancy.Come play, laugh, move, groove, and connect with your toddler! Featuring sliding, climbing, jumping, rocking, puppets and more.For more information, including schedules and fees, go to: https://www.tbaoakland.org/learn/kindergym/

Covenant/Hajdu/Kleinlerer Wine Tasting sponsored by Men’s Club

Chapel-RSVP to Bryan Schwartz bryanschwartzesq@gmail.com

Meantime, please RSVP for Thursday, April 11th,7-9 p.m., in the TBA Chapel, when the Men's Club is once againhosting an event featuring some of the world's finest wines -made right here in the Bay Area - and, Kosher for Passover! Covenant, Hajdu,and Kleinlerer will be served, accompanied by some snacks, so you won't want tomiss it. Covenant's Continue Reading »

Kindergym

Temple Beth Abraham is thrilled to announce the return of Kindergym, now under the direction of Jeni Clancy. Come play, laugh, move, groove, and connect with your toddler! Featuring sliding, climbing, jumping, rocking, puppets and more.For more information, including schedules and fees, go to: https://www.tbaoakland.org/learn/kindergym/

Kabbalat Shabbat

Sanctuary 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, United States

Join us as we welcome the Shabbat.Our Kabbalat Shabbat service is available in our sanctuary and online at https://TBAoakland.org/stream.Singing and participation are encouraged in this warm, uplifting service, which is both Conservative and egalitarian. The siddur (prayerbook) we use, Shirat Avraham or The Song of Abraham, was written by TBA's Rabbi Mark Bloom as “a siddur Continue Reading »

Kabbalat Shabbat

Sanctuary 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA, United States

Join us as we welcome the Shabbat. Singing and participation is encouraged in this warm uplifting service, which is both conservative and egalitarian. The Siddur we use is, The Song of Abraham, written by our own Rabbi Mark Bloom. "A Siddur dedicated to those who wish to increase the meaning and accessibility in traditional Jewish Continue Reading »