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Upcoming at Adath
Adath Film Club
Monday, December 12 | Doors Open at 12:30pm, Movie starts at 1:00pm | Minneapolis JCC
Love movies? Join Adath's film club where we'll enjoy a movie at the Minneapolis JCC followed by a lively discussion with Reb Jim Sherman. Movies are typically the second Monday of the month at 1pm. Join the email list to get updates and details.
Donate to Adath's Annual L'Chaim Campaign
L’Chaim, our annual giving campaign supports every aspect of Adath, ensuring critical funding to provide the spiritual, educational, social and community needs of our great synagogue. If you have not yet participated in this year’s L’Chaim Campaign, please consider a pledge of any amount. If you have already given, please consider further helping us meet our goal.
For questions regarding pledges contact Andrea Blumberg at email@example.com or call 952.215.3902.
2023-2024 Scholarship Applications are Now Open. Jewish summer camps and trips to Israel provide wonderful opportunities for your child (children) to enhance their Jewish learning and experiences and establish and nurture Jewish friendships.
Adath Jeshurun offers scholarships to recognize service to the Congregation through Shabbat Morning Program, B’Yachad or in other approved service to the Congregation. We also assist families with the costs of these programs through Financial Aid at Ramah, Herzl and Camp Chi (and other approved Jewish camps) as well as Programs in Israel from June 2023 through May 2023.
Scholarships are awarded by the Adath Jeshurun Foundation Dedicated Scholarship Funds. Award letters are typically sent in late Spring.
Awareness in Action: Cultivating Character Through Mindfulness and Middot with Rabbi Weininger
Register here | The program started October 23 but registration is open to join at any point
Rabbi Weininger will serve as guest faculty for a new and enhanced version of "Awareness in Action: Cultivating Character Through Mindfulness and Middot," a ten week online program in cultivating core sacred character traits through mindfulness practice, offered by the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. The program begins Sunday, October 23, and step-by-step guided practice through videos and written materials, and features live weekly practice sessions for exploring each middah, two of which will be taught by Rabbi Weininger.
Adath Jeshurun members can register to participate in the program for an exclusive reduced rate of $49
Just register at this link, using AJC_49 as the coupon code.
Adath Reads Book Club
Thursday, December 8 | 7:00-8:30pm | Hybrid Adult Lounge & Zoom | RSVP Here
We are reading The Man Who Sold Air in the Holyland by Omer Friedlander. RSVP to anna at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know if you will be on zoom (she will give you the info) or if you will join us in the Adult Lounge.
Soul Sisters - a Feminist Beit Midrash
With Hazzan Joanna Dulkin • December 1 • 10:30 am-12 pm • Hybrid (in-person at Adath & on Zoom) • Free • Zoom link
Many of us have heard, told and retold the tales of our fearless matriarchs. The Torah is full of women—but not all of them are recognized to the same level as their male counterparts. What's up with that? In our ongoing study of Biblical women through a feminist sense, we explore the stories behind the stories, examining both ancient and modern midrashim (commentary and stories) to pull Biblical women out of the shadows of the text and center them in the narrative. Through engaging discussion and sharing from our own lives, we strive to more fully understand these Biblical women, and ourselves. All genders welcome. Hear what Hazzan has to say about Soul Sisters here!
To join by phone, dial: 312.626.6799
Meeting ID: 817 4600 9316
To join the Soul Sisters class email list, contact Anna Simon at email@example.com.