As part of BimBam’s (formerly G-dcast) Jewish lifecycles series, a groom describes incorporating multiple ketubah traditions at his wedding
Watch this video for a quick overview of the recipe for a Jewish wedding ceremony
An alternative to the ketubah which explicitly rejects the language of kinyan (acquisition) in favor of the mutual language of covenant
A ritual template for creating a Jewish wedding service that celebrates gender and sexual diversity
An article about the ketubah, or wedding contract, which describes its history, new ketubot, egalitarian ketubot, and alternatives to the ketubah
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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