Vegan Havurah

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BCC’s Vegan Havurah brings together those who are vegan or vegan-curious for social and educational events. Among the planned activities are outings to vegan restaurants and vegan fairs, cooking demonstrations, talks with dietitians about proper nutrition for vegans, and in-home gatherings to share meals. We will also invite outside speakers to talk about the connection between Judaism and veganism.
For more information, contact Brett Trueman (brett.trueman@gmail.com)

 

BCC to Host Vegan Passover Seder

BCC’s Vegan Havurah is pleased to announce that it will be a co-sponsor of the second annual vegan Passover Seder, to be hosted by the Los Angeles chapter of Jewish Veg.  The event will be held on April 5, from 5 – 9 p.m., at BCC.  The Seder will celebrate freedom from oppression and cruelty with 100% delicious plant-based food.  We will delight in a four-course vegan meal and learn about Passover’s connection with plant-based diets.  Last year’s Seder was Jewish Veg’s most successful event, with 70 people in attendance.  Early-bird tickets can be purchased at https://jveg.ticketspice.com/la-vegan-seder-2020.  Sponsorship opportunities are available.  Please write to LA@JewishVeg.org if you have any questions or would like additional information.

  

Vegan Havurah’s Tu B’Shvat Seder
Sunday Evening, February 9th
Vegan? Vegetarian? Veg-curious? Join BCC’s Vegan Havurah and Jewish Veg LA to celebrate the ultimate plant-based holiday of Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year for Trees! Inspire your spirit, nourish your body, and reinvigorate your soul by connecting our traditions and values to our compassion for animals and responsibility for the environment. Mingle with like-minded friends and enjoy delicious vegan food! Stay tuned for more information … Join BCC-founded, 480-member strong Vegan Jews of Los Angeles Facebook Group and follow Jewish Veg LA on Instagram, too! This Tu B’Shvat Seder is made possible in part through a grant from Energy Upgrade California

 

 


BCC’s Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Vegan Potluck (Sunday, November 24, 2019 at the home of Rabbi Jonathan Klein)

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