Morning Gathering: Tuesday - Friday at 8 am
Tuesdays and Thursdays are more prayerful;
Wednesdays and Fridays are more meditative.
Establish a strong, centered, calm foundation for the day.
Go to zoom.us and put Meeting ID: 788 752 335
or by phone: 1 646 558 8656
Let's Dive into the Sea of Talmud! No Experience Necessary. Bring Yourself, Some Curiosity, and Openness to the Text. Go to zoom.us and enter Meeting ID: 800-558-917
or by phone: 1 646-558-8656
Coffee Talk: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2
Wednesday, June 24@7:30pm
Gather to Check In, Socialize, See Your Friends.
No Agenda, Just Chat
Go to Zoom.us and put in Meeting ID: 183 361 968
Or by Phone: 1 646 558 8656
Pride Shabbat Tish - Friday@6:45
Rabbi Dr. Deborah Waxman will share about the history of the Movement and present the Reconstructionist approach to decision-making through the lens of LGBTQI engagement, inclusion, and celebration - plus, it's Juneteenth, so we will also look at how the Movement is evolving to center the voices of Jews of Color.
Join us starting with candlelighting and a brief service welcoming Shabbat. Rabbi Waxman will teach and engage in conversation over dinner.
Meeting ID# 304 163 653 or call: 1 646 558 8656.
Torah Study@10am, Meditation Service@11:15.
We were originally scheduled for a walk this week - so we've modified! If you have access to a private outdoor space, consider taking your device outside to join in praise of/with nature!
Come for one or both. All are welcome.
Meeting ID#: 787 929 919. Call in #: 1 646 558 8656.
Saturdays in June@9 pm
Gather to say Farewell to Shabbat and kick off a new week.
No Need to Bring Anything but Yourself!
Go to zoom.us and put in Meeting ID: 442 056 488
or phone: 1 646 558 8656
Rosh Chodesh Group – Tuesday, June 23@7:30
In Tammuz, we share the story of the five daughters of Tzlofchad: Mahlah, Noa, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah, rare named women with influence. Through conversation and writing, we will explore the history and power of our names and those whom we draw upon for strength and inspiration.
Meeting ID#: 183 361 968 or join by phone: 1 646-558-8656.
As we witness a moment of reckoning on race across the country, UJA, along with our co-hosts FPWA (Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies) and Catholic Charities, invites you to explore how faith inspires our fight against racial injustice.
Friday, June 19, 2020 • 1:30 pm
What role does faith play in combating racism and social injustice? How have we fallen short? And how we can all do better?Join us for an interfaith, multiracial discussion.
Jennifer Jones Austin, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies