This workshop led by Rabbi Nora explores the poetry of Jewish prayer and the writing of Jewish poets like Yehuda Amichai, Rivka Miriam, Leah Goldberg, and others, whose work will hopefully inspire you to get in touch with your own poetic voice.
Should our mistakes be a source of shame, or pride? Following up on Dan Pink’s The Power of Regret book talk, Rabbi Aaron explores the ways Judaism embraces our regrets instead of denying them.
Chef Vered Guttman will discuss and demonstrate dishes, predominantly from the Ashkenazi tradition, to provide beginners with a set of foundational Jewish recipes.
Inspired by Rosh Chodesh, the start of a new month in the Jewish calendar, Rabbi Nora leads song-filled morning prayers and kavvanot (intentions) to start your day.
With Alison Cohen and Rabbi Nora
At this one-hour alternative Shabbat service, unwind and reconnect through guided meditation, reflection on Jewish teachings, and communal singing. Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen, Rabbi Nora, and musician Aaron Shneyer will be your guides, whether you participate from our pews or virtually from home.
In Conversation with Jodi Rudoren
In It Could Happen Here, Greenblatt, the CEO of the ADL sounds an alarm, warning that antisemitism, racism, and other insidious forms of intolerance are gathering momentum in the U.S., and violence on an even larger, more catastrophic scale could be just around the corner if we don’t act now.
In this four-week course on Jewish ethics, learn with Rabbi Nora about Judaism’s approaches to different moral dilemmas, applying Jewish text to contemporary challenges in our personal lives and in our society.
Leading up to the launch of a new programming series for women in their 20s and 30s, Rabbi Nora facilitates an evening of conversation, contemplation, connection, and community-building. This is an open space to share, listen, learn, and offer input on the topics you’d most like to explore during future events.