In a moment of great anticipation coupled with uncertainty and anxiety about the future of our country, join Rabbi Shira Stutman and Aaron Shneyer on the morning before inauguration day for 30 minutes of song, reflection, and prayers for healing.
The morning after a historic inauguration, join Rabbi Aaron to officially mark this transition into what will hopefully be a brighter and more just era ahead. Together we’ll sing, journal, and pray for the future of our country.
Shabbat overnight stews have existed for centuries throughout the Jewish diaspora, providing a solution for the ancient Jewish desire to feast on a hot meal on Shabbat. With Chef Vered Guttman, learn how to make stews from across the Jewish diaspora including a Tunisian wheat and meat cholent, Iraqi t’beet (chicken stuffed with rice), and more.
Start the work day with meaning as we come together to connect and reflect. Rabbi Shira and Aaron Shneyer lead a few of the traditional morning prayers and share kavvanot (intentions).
On the Jewish New Year for trees, Rabbi Aaron and other guests lead a mindful celebration of the earth with conversations centered on living with zero waste, the ethics of composting, and more to reveal connections between environmentalism and Judaism.
Start off the work day with some spiritual work as we come together to connect and reflect. Rabbi Aaron leads a few of the traditional morning prayers, shares a couple of kavvanot (intentions) and leads a short journaling exercise.
In celebration of Tu B’Shvat, ground yourself with a gentle yoga flow and guided meditation led by Jewish mindfulness teacher Alison Waldman. All levels of experience with yoga are welcome.
In this two-part series from Sixth & I’s LGBTQIA Collective, Rabbi Aaron leads an exploration of some of the ways modern rabbis have approached anti-gay sentiments in Jewish texts, and offers a deep dive into texts that subvert the gender binary and traditional gender norms.
From the Borscht Belt to “Seinfeld,” humor and self-deprecation have long been embedded into Judaism’s DNA. In this two-part series, Rabbi Shira unpacks historical examples of comedy in Jewish tradition, while Rabbi Aaron explores contemporary Jewish creators and what they reveal about being Jewish today.