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During a weekend in December and a weekend in January, we will have visits from candidates for our next rabbi. READ ABOUT EACH RABBI CANDIDATE HERE and sign up to participate.
Havurah's Give Back to the Future! endowment campaign offers opportunities for each Havurah member to ensure a sustainable future for our community. Click here to learn about the endowment fund and its first goal of $180,000 to honor Rabbi Joey. Click here for an amazing progress report on our Give Back to the Future! campaign.
Wed, 7 December 2016
7 Kislev 5777
Shabbat, Dec 10th 3:00p to 5:15p
Sunday, Dec 11th 10:00a to 12:30p
Family art workshop for ages 5-9 with an adult
Sunday, Dec 11th 6:00p to 7:30p
Shabbat School students and their parents will serve meals to homeless clients at the nonprofit Transition Projects. Grade 6 will serve on Oct. 9, Grade 4 on Nov. 13, Grade 2 on Dec. 11, Grade 3 on March 12, and Grade 5 on April 9.
Monday, Dec 12th (All day)
Hakol submissions are due at noon.
Tuesday, Dec 13th 12:10p to 1:00p
Talmud Lite is led by Rabbi Joey. We will be looking at a fundamental aspect of Jewish law, the taking of vows and the ways in which it’s possible to be released from the commitments these signify.
Tuesday, Dec 13th 6:30p to 8:30p
Wednesday, Dec 14th 6:30p to 8:30p
Wednesday, Dec 14th 7:00p to 8:30p
In the first half of the class, we will scrutinize biblical and Talmudic insights about an inclusive society. The rabbis had much to say about privilege and bias that are relevant to our own musings about social policy and economic justice. In the second half we will address the ideas of privilege, race, culture and identity differences; the concept of otherness and how these impact our many communities and our daily interactions. The first three classes will be taught by Rabbi Joey and the second three, on
Thursday, Dec 15th 11:30a to 1:30p
Thursday, Dec 15th 7:00p to 8:30p