January 23rd, 7:30pm – 8:45pm
As has been the Mishkan Ha’am tradition, we willdedicate the Havdallah following Martin Luther King Jr. day to his legacy. Inthe past year, we have seen global protests for racial justice throughout theworld, still seeking to make Dr. King’s dream a reality in the face ofcontinued racism. For this program, we invite attendees to bring a piece ofprotest to share with the group on zoom. It could be a story, song, image,piece of art etc. – connected to your own story, or something that struck youin the news. Each person will have a few minutes to share their contributionwith the community. We will discuss how these contributions might inspirefurther protest in 2021.
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Meeting ID: 822 9856 7914
Reconstructionist Virtual Day of Learning
January 24th, 12:30pm – 5:00pm
Reconstructing Judaism is presenting a movement wide program called “God? A Reconstructionist Conversation.” The day is broken up into different workshops, panels and classes with a variety of speakers, and you can attend for some or all! This will continue some of the conversations that have begun in our adult ed programs and service discussions. Click this link for more info and to register
Shabbat Service/Tu B’shvat Green Fair with She’arim
January 30th, 10:00am – 11:30am
Following the holiday of Tu B’shvat, the Jewish holiday celebrating the birthday of the trees, we will focus our service on environmental themed liturgy and readings. Our She’arimers and Shabbatapaloozers will join us and present their Green Fair projects. Each student selects an environmental cause and shares it with the community. This is a highlight of the Mishkan Ha’am year and we hope you’ll join us for this intergenerational morning.
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Meeting ID: 812 4810 2427