bje conference

The Bureau of Jewish Education is proud to present:

“Telling Secrets, Revealing Mysteries”
The Second Annual Young Adult Feast of Jewish Learning.

At the JCC of San Francisco: 3200 California St.
Sunday, February 25, 4:00pm to 10:00pm

RSVP with your full name to so that we save you a seat, and know how much food to get!

Join 500 of your best friends for twenty-five free workshops on Jewish thought, text, life and love. It’s all free. All you have to do is show up, and we’ll supply the Bay Area’s most exciting Jewish faculty, free kosher food, the West Coast premiere of up-and-coming hip hop artist Y-Love, plus plenty of He’brew beer and schmooze time.

Whether you’re a little yeshiva bachur or a total newbie, there’s something here for you. The program features different branches of Judaism and totally different outlooks on life. Feeling texty? There’s lots of Talmud and Torah on the menu. More spiritually inclined? Learn about Hasidic practice, study Kabbalah, or sing the mystical songs called nigguns. How about something completely different, like yoga, theater, baking or film? Each participant can attend two 90-minute workshops.

Bring your friends and partners: this day of education is open to everyone 21-45. Get the full scoop on BJE’s website here.

Co-presented by the Taube Center for Jewish Life of JCCSF

Co-sponsored by: Chabad of SF, Chabad of Noe Valley, Congregation Adath Israel, Congregation Emanu-El’s YAC, Congregation Sha’ar Zahav, Congregation Sherith Israel, Hadassah L’Atid, The Hub, JFCS’ 79ers program,,, Oy-Bay!, Progressive Jewish Alliance, The Young Adults Division of the SF-based JCF, Schmaltz Brewing Co., 2nd Saturday @ the Cellar, The Bay Area Tribe, UCSF’s Jewish Students Association, YLD of the East Bay JCF, and your local Moishe House!

The Feast of Jewish Learning is made possible, in part, thanks to the Milton & Sophie Meyer Fund and Sinai Memorial Chapel.

Bureau of Jewish Education is a beneficiary of the SF-based Jewish Community Federation.

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Laya Millman

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  • Yup, Oy Bay is co-sponsoring this amazing event! Be sure to check in for posts previewing this Jew learning bonanza-by-the-bay!