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Upcoming

Class

The Book of Legends: Retelling Our Stories - Temple Israel, Omaha, NE

- CT
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10 Shevat 5783 to 24 Shevat 5783
, Omaha, NE 68114
This is a virtual event

Stories are key to how we see ourselves as an individual and as a people. Jewish stories are scattered throughout Jewish texts. The Book of Legends, Sefer Ha-Aggadah, is a comprehensive compendium of classic Hebrew literature gathered from the Talmud and the Midrash. Some of the stories included are well-known...

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Selecting our Issue: The Reform Movement's Justice Campaign Town Hall

- ET
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10 Shevat 5783
This is a virtual event
Join us for a Movement-wide town hall where you will help shape the focus and direction of the Reform Movement's 2023 Justice Campaign. You will hear from fellow leaders who have researched potential issues and get a chance to share what would motivate you and others in your community to act.
Class

Solo Judaism Peer Group - Modern JewISH Couples

- ET
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11 Shevat 5783 to 25 Shevat 5783
This is a virtual event

Are you the only Jewish adult in your relationship? Did you choose Judaism and find yourself looking for peer connection on how to navigate Jewish living? Solo Judaism: a peer group for adults Jews by Choice will offer community, connection and conversation on the blessings and challenges of designing your...

Class

Introduction to Judaism - Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Seattle, WA

- PT
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12 Shevat 5783 to 20 Sivan 5783
, Seattle, WA 98122
This is a multi-access event

“Introduction to Judaism” offers a basic foundation in Judaism covering topics including history, theology, holidays, and prayer. It is designed for people considering conversion to Judaism, interfaith couples, and Jews-by-birth who want a refresher course. Temple De Hirsch Sinai and the Union for Reform Judaism jointly sponsor this course.


Our Spring

Event

First Thursday: To Kill a Mockingbird

- ET
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12 Shevat 5783
This is a virtual event

In 1995, “To Kill a Mockingbird” was selected by the United States National Film Registry for preservation in the Library of Congress. The criterion for selection was that nominations were “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” films. It garnered 8 Oscar nominations, and Gregory Peck’s Academy Award-winning performance as Atticus Finch is listed by the American Film Institute as Number One in its list of heroes. Please join Rabbi Richard Address and Ira Miller for a lively discussion based on this significant 1962 film.