Shabbat Shuvah encourages us to consider ways we’ve missed the mark and can improve, and this dinner will start with a candle-lighting hour to connect, share rituals, and look toward the year ahead. Your ticket includes a full meal and Rosh Hashanah’s symbolic foods—apples, challah, local honey, and more of the Rosh Hashanah simanim—sourced from L.A. vendors and neighbors.
Friday, September 25 at 5:00 pm
Tickets are $30 per person
A Zoom link will be emailed to all registrants the day before the experience
This experience is for Los Angeles community members only, as it includes a meal being picked up in LA.
- Grab your ticket for this experience by September 18. Each $30 ticket includes a generous individual portion. Purchase an additional ticket for a guest if you will be joining with a roommate, partner, or family member!
- Mark your calendars to pick up your order on Friday, September 25 (9-10am for a Culver City pickup, or 11am-12pm for a Studio City pickup). Please contact us ASAP if you’d like to participate but cannot pick up within these windows.
- Join us on Zoom on September 25 at 5pm! We will join in ritual together and participate in breakout rooms with other LA community members to connect over our greatest hopes and reflections for the year ahead. Zoom will stay open for those who would like to stay at the virtual Shabbat table and have their meal together.
Shabbat Shuvah Menu:
Challah from Doughlivered (dairy free)
A jar of local honey from Eli’s Bees
Roasted beets with arugula, pesto and pomegranate seeds (made By: Chef Marlene of The Lunch Lady LA)
Roasted carrots with honey, cinnamon, cardamom and clove
Date and orange glazed salmon over couscous with pine nuts (OR vegan option: stuffed poblano with couscous, pine nuts, leeks, kale, and winter squash salad)
We are also including a set of shabbat candles, matches, and a mini ritual guide to Shabbat Shuvah. This event is BYOW (Bring your own wine or grape juice!)
This event is part of In Awe, seven weeks of virtual gatherings and D.I.Y. experiences from NuRoots, in collaboration with OneTable and Here For, their new collaborative High Holidays website. Spanning eight holiday milestones—including the month of Elul, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah—this season calls us to reencounter our natural surroundings, bodies, and traditions with intention, reverence, and wonder…. See the full lineup at nuroots.org/awe and herefor.com.