Grace after meals with humanistic language
An addition to the blessing after the meals focusing on our family who brought us to this land, and the labor of the many whose hands brought food to our table for this celebration
Revised traditional “Harakhaman” for a baby naming
For optional incorporation into a baby naming ceremony
Abbreivated grace after meals based on Brachot 40b, music by Rabbi Shefa Gold
To be inserted at the same point as one would add for Hanukkah or Purim
A modern interpretation of the three original core themes of the ancient blessings after a meal
In this immersion, we will reflect and expand on our personal experiences of identity, using writing exercises and in-depth discussions to think about, challenge, discover, explore, and experiment with different ways to identify ourselves, to consider how those ways connect us to and separate us from others, and how they represent and misrepresent aspects of who we are.
Four sessions, starting June 15th
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