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Cowles Mountain Hike And Lake Murray Walk Havurah


Walking the highways and byways getting the dust of the Rabbi on us.

Walking the highways and byways getting the dust of the Rabbi on us.


Cowles Mountain Hike And Lake Murray Walk

“They continued faithfully in the teaching of the emissaries, in fellowship, in breaking bread and in the prayers. Everyone was filled with awe, and many miracles and signs took place through the emissaries. All those trusting in Yeshua stayed together and had everything in common; in fact, they sold their property and possessions and distributed the proceeds to all who were in need. Continuing faithfully and with singleness of purpose to meet in the Temple courts daily, and breaking bread in their several homes, they shared their food in joy and simplicity of heart, praising God and having the respect of all the people. And day after day the Lord kept adding to them those who were being saved.” Acts 2:42-47 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)

Simply put, it is an amazing group of people from different walks of life and backgrounds who share time and effort with each other almost every Sunday morning to hike up Cowles Mountain, which is located at San Diego, California. At the same time of the hike, there is another group who leisurely strolls around Lake Murray, also located at San Diego, California. If there is a greater gathering of the San Diego Jewish community on the same day as the hike/walk, we will attend that function instead. Others are encouraged to attend, even if they haven’t participated in the hike/walk, for “nosh” and chatting with friends. After the hike/walk, we promptly meet at a local coffee shop for “nosh” and storying telling of our adventures. The morning’s events ends in prayers and blessings for the week to come.

On the different holidays, we plan and organize outings within greater San Diego County as a way of spending more time with each other. We also use any excuse, Jewish or secular holidays, to take turns meeting at each other’s homes once a month for eating and chatting.

Inquiries about Kehilat Ariel Messianic Synagogue Hike/Walk should be addressed to or call (858) 490-4355