Jews' Next Dor

Congregation Beth David's Young Adult Group for Jewish 20 & 30 Somethings

Saratoga Serves up a Multi-Faith Mitzvah Week

Posted by jewsnextdor on March 15, 2009

Join with the Saratoga Communities of Faith for a week full of service opportunities. You can see a full listing of the projects going on on the website. There’s ways to help with the rotating shelter, blood drive, clothing drive, helping seniors, helping children and more.

Some projects have already started. All projects are open to all, not just Saratoga residents. We strongly encourage you to a find project this week that speeks to you and lend a helping hand. It will be rewarding for you as well as the population you’re helping. Not to mention a great opportunity to meet others in our community.

The project at Congregation Beth David is a week from today.

Sunday Friends: The Working Alternative to Charity
Come join us for an afternoon of creativity and community. We will assemble Dia De Los Ninos (Children’s Day) art project kits and make samples of finished projects for the organization Sunday Friends in San Jose
March 22, 1 to 4
Congregation Beth David
19700 Prospect Road

A message from our Rabbi’s about it.

A Special Message from Rabbis Pressman and Schonbrun

The Faith Communities of Saratoga, through the Ministerial Association, are sponsoring a week of service to the community. You might call it a communal mitzvah week. Our component is a family crafts project on Sunday the 22nd. We encourage you to take part in one of these service opportunities. They are open to all, not just residents of Saratoga. For additional details visit

Shabbat Shalom!

The website also lists all of Saratoga Faith Communities and already has information about the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, which will be held at Congregation Beth David this year.


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