[June 2 update] Due to the forecast of rain on Sunday, all classes and venues are prepared to pivot to indoors with masks required. We intend to keep people as comfortable and safely-spaced as possible and will be making indoor/outdoor decisions as close to the start of classes as we can, but please be prepared to be indoors in the case of inclement weather. Also, please note that classes being hosted by Congregation Beth Israel (CBI) will now be held at the synagogue on 1630 Bancroft Way and not as previously scheduled at 1324 Allston Way.
We are happy to share that the 34th Annual East Bay Tikkun: A Day of Learning on Shavuot* will be in person this year. For COVID safety purposes it will be held during daylight hours and outside (weather-permitting) at a variety of participating venues in Central/North Berkeley. All attendees are required to be vaccinated and boosted in order to attend.
All attendees are required to register ahead of time: please click here to register. Once classes are confirmed, those who’ve registered will be sent a follow-up link to register for specific classes.
New for this year’s Tikkun, we will be offering programming in partnership with Edah and Tkiya Music for families with children in preschool through 5th grade. Families are invited to create art, play games in Hebrew, dance, and learn some Torah!
JCC East Bay | 1414 Walnut Street Berkeley, CA 94709
Congregation Beth El | 1301 Oxford Street Berkeley, CA 94709
Congregation Beth Israel | [June 2 update] 1630 Bancroft Way Berkeley, CA 94703
Congregation Netivot Shalom | 1316 University Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702
Community Partners (listed alphabetically and updated regularly)
Beyt Tikkun Synagogue Without Walls
Congregation Beth El
Congregation Beth Israel
Congregation Netivot Shalom
Edah at Studio 70
Embodied Jewish Learning
Graduate Theological Union
Hebrew Free Loan of San Francisco
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund
Jewish Studio Project
Kehilla Community Synagogue
Or Zarua Reconstructionist Havurah of the East Bay
Project Shamash (a program of Bend the Arc)
Shalom Hartman Institute of North America
Torah of Awakening
*We dedicate this year’s Shavuot learning to the memory of Rachel Brodie z”l.