SB Right – 3 Column
Note: This course will be shaped by the interests of the participants, so this syllabus is only a rough outline. In addition to the course, we ask for participants to consider services at Temple Sinai, but also at a variety of synagogues so we can discuss those experiences and enrich our learning. BOOKS (Temple […]
Hello Temple Sinai!
We will be having special Shabbats for the next three weeks! We have an excellent Scholar in Residence Shabbat with Rabbi Michael Cohen, a special musical Shabbat Shira with members of Social Band, Tu B’Shevat Seder, Tot Havdalah, and a Shabbat lesson of Jewish prayer choreography.
Lots more in this email:
– World Zionist Congress elections
– AIPAC Annual Policy Conference
– This week’s services (also on home page)
– Relativity: Vermont Stage Company production – Special discussion session after 1/23 show.
Hello Temple Sinai!
We have a lot happening in the next few weeks, so here are the main announcements:
– SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE, Rabbi Michael Cohen, January 31- February 1
– AIPAC ANNUAL POLICY CONFERENCE – Youth Opportunity
– WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS ELECTIONS: Vote Reform!
– TU BISHVAT SEDER FEB 9; 6-8 pm
– THIS WEEK’S SERVICES & TOT SHABBAT
Jewish Journeys: A film series from around the world In partnership with Ohavi Zedek, UVM Hillel, and Jewish Communities of Vermont, Main Street Landing Film House (60 Lake Street, Burlington, above Skinny Pancake) presents three internationally acclaimed films, each on the third Sunday of the month. This Sunday (1/19) –
Judaism and The Environment January 31 – February 1, 2020 In anticipation of Tu B’Shvat Join Temple Sinai and Rabbi Cohen as we celebrate Shabbat together and reflect and learn Judaism’s teaching about the environment, and our responsibilities to it. KABBALAT SHABBAT, Jan 31, 6:30 pm – Join us for a song-filled service focused on […]
Hello all. Thanks to those who came out in the icy weather for class last night. We covered Sukkot, Simchat Torah, and began covering the Jewish Home and Life Cycle. WE WILL NOT HAVE CLASS NEXT SUNDAY AS SCHEDULED. Some plans changed and I will be out of town. So no new homework, and I […]
This week, we finish reading the book of Breishit, Genesis. Think, for a moment, about how much of the world’s literature is rooted in the stories of Genesis. In many ways, the stories in Genesis with their heroic but deeply flawed characters, messy family dynamics, dashed hopes and rising from adversity – these capture so much that is fundamental about what it means to be human.
But there is one aspect of Genesis that feels particularly touching today…
Congratulations to our Kitah Vav class on leading a meaningful and participatory class service on Friday night. It was great to see so many people for dinner and the service.
In this email:
– Class on anti-Semitism is filling up!
– FOUR important upcoming programs!
– Shabbat service schedule (see also home page)