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B'nai Israel Jewish Center
740 Western Avenue
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 762-0340
Email: office@bnaiisrael.net
Office hours: Tues-Fri 8:30-1:30

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  • Mission Statement

    The mission of B'nai Israel Jewish Center is to provide an inclusive center for Jewish life that addresses the cultural, religious, spiritual, educational, and social needs of those who wish to identify with the Jewish community in Petaluma and surrounding areas.

    Upcoming Events

    B'nai Israel Jewish Center presents a

    Scholar-in-Residence Weekend Shabbaton

    With Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Ph.D.
    October 24-26

    Rabbi Wayne Dosick's basic text on Living Judaism has become a mainstay for understanding the broad sweep of Jewish Living. Here is an opportunity to study with him in person, gain from his experiences, and find insight into his passion for Jewish Spiritual life.

    Friday Evening, October 24
    6:00-6:30 p.m.: Kabbalat Shabbat with Rabbi Ted Feldman and Reb Mia Miriam Cohen
    6:30 p.m.: Potluck Dinner & Teachings with Rabbi Dosick

    Saturday, October 25
    9:45-11:45 a.m.: Shabbat Morning Services with Rabbi Ted and Reb Mia Miriam
    Drasha with Rabbi Dosick
    12:00 noon: Potluck Lunch & Teachings with Rabbi Dosick

    Sunday, October 26
    10 a.m.-12:00 noon: Teaching & Book Signing with Rabbi Dosick

    All events are free and welcome to all. Donations for Sunday's event will be gratefully accepted in honor of our 150 years! For more information, contact Reb Mia Miriam at mia@bnaiisrael.net. Download a copy of our flyer here.

    Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Ph.D., is the award-winning author of The Real Name of God: Embracing the Full Essence of the Divine, and eight previous critically acclaimed books, including the now-classic Living Judaism. He is an educator, writer, an adjunct professor of Jewish Studies at San Diego University, and the spiritual guide for the Elijah Minyan in San Diego. Rabbi Dosick has been described as a "rational intellect with the soul of a mystic," and has been called "one of the most gifted teachers of our generation, who understands the mindset, needs, and yearnings of people, and responds to this intellectual and inner searching in peerless fashion."

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