SUNDAY MARCH 25 from 9:30am to 4:30pm
Congregation Or Shalom
1250 Quintara St. SF, CA 94116
Come join Reconstructionists from across Northern California for a Yom Iyyun -- a Day of Learning -- to explore how the Reconstructionist understanding of peoplehood impacts Jewish life and practice. This is a wonderful opportunity for Reconstructionist Jews, and those interested in learning about transformative 21st Century Judaism, to enjoy stimulating speakers and discussions, share wisdom & experiences, participate in dynamic workshops and lift our voices together in music and song.
Cost: $18.00, light morning snack and lunch included
Rabbi David Dunn Bauer How Queerness is Reconstructing Judaism, thank G-d!
Melissa Dinwiddle The Painted Prenup: History and Art of Ketubot
Dr. Shoshana Fershtman From Exile to Re-Membering
Rabbi Me’irah Ilinsky Why Kaplan Chose the Term “Civilization”
Rabbi Jane Rachel Litman Belonging, Behaving, Believing: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Scholars Discuss the Core Insights of Our Movement
Rabbi Katie Mizrahi Bridging Today and Tradition: The News Minyan
Elaine Moise A Taste of Harmoniyah
Joshua Schon Wirtschafter The Klezmer Revival, a Reconstructionist Perspective
Excellent all day children’s program, including lunch, is $10.00 for one child and $20.00 for two or more children in the same family. Childcare is by advance reservation only; the deadline is March 19. Please contact Rabbi Jane Rachel Litman at JLitman@jrf.org or 510-527-7117 to make arrangements.
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