The Passover Haggadah describes four children: the wise one, the wicked one, the simple one, and the one who doesn’t know how to ask. Rabbi Aaron leads an analysis of this confusing and challenging text, coupled with a conversation about its relevance for Jews today.
Whether you’re cooking a delicious meal to enjoy during your virtual Passover seder or looking for some variety after too much matzah, learn to cook kosher-for-Passover recipes that won’t fall flat during this class led by in-house chef Vered Guttman.
A Saturday Morning Experience
This come one, come all Shabbat offering has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to dive deep into the week’s teachings, get more acquainted with Saturday morning services, or introduce kids to Shabbat rituals. Lunch to follow.
Start the work day with meaning as we come together to (virtually) connect and reflect. Rabbi Shira and Aaron Shneyer lead a few of the traditional morning prayers and share kavvanot (intentions).
In service-based apps, the ratings customers give to workers can have a direct impact on their livelihood and employment. Rabbi Jesse leads some learning on what our ethical and Jewish responsibilities are in a ratings-based gig economy.
Rabbi Jesse leads a guided meditation, short morning blessings of gratitude, and some spiritual reflections from Jewish tradition to help set the tone for the rest of your day.