Shabbat Schedule

Saturday, June 24, 10:30 am,  Celebrate Abigail & Shoshana’s first Wedding Anniversary at Beit Yakov in Berkeley
Shabbat Morning Garden Service at Abigail & Shoshana’s
Please join us for an old time Minyan community-led service. We're celebrating LGBTQ Pride month, too! Everyone is welcome. Join Rob Katz, Bob Jaffe, Reba Connell, Len Fellman, Sophie Miron, Abigail, Shoshana, and friends. We will read from Parashat Korach about issues in leadership.

Location: 2225 Woolsey St, Berkeley 94705, down the driveway thru the wooden gate. Bring your sun hat. Dress in layers. Please bring a fish, dairy, or veggie dish to serve 8 for the potluck following Kiddush.
Can you help set up the canopy at 10 am &/or bring a few chairs? Please let Shoshana know at 510-914-1291.

5 pm-same location--Discussion: What is the Aquarian Minyan spiritual legacy and how does it apply to transformative social action for our time? Marty Potrop will facilitate. We'll collect donations to send out for veggie pizza.

Friday, June 30, 7:00 pm, Kabbalat Shabbat with Marty and Claudia
Come ready to sing our hearts out, bring the Shekhinah through us, davven "a new Song", and center our beings with meditation and sacred movement.
Please bring a delicious prepared dish, to share with all the holy souls in the chevra. Looking forward to a joyous Shabbat with you all.
Please come on time, so we can all leave the station together.
Near Oakland Rose Garden. Everyone is Welcome!! Call 510 658 1290 for info and directions.
Kitty alert and stairs alert

Friday, July 14, 7:30 pm, Kabbalat Shabbat with Shir haShirim
at JCC of the East Bay, 1414 Walnut St, Berkeley

Services are led by Rabbi Michael Ziegler and Hazzan Richard Kaplan with musical accompaniment by a panoply of truly extraordinary Bay Area musicians and singers, and the contributions of an array of marvelous poets. Upcoming dates:  August 11 | September 8


Our Shabbat Services

Join the Aquarian Minyan for extraordinary monthly Shabbat services. Experience the true spirit of Shabbat through
heartfelt prayer, joyful song and dance, resonant silence, and study of Torah. Our services are led by skilled lay leaders,
and inspired musicians and are followed by a potluck veggie meal. Bring your musical instruments.  

If you are interested in hosting an Aquarian Minyan Shabbat, please call the Aquarian Minyan office: 510-981-2130.