Original tenaim document created for an American-Israeli couple, acknowledging both cultures
Seven Jewish traditions performed before a wedding
Origins of practices and the simplification of the betrothal-marriage process
Created by a bride and groom in their personal spirit, with an exchange of gifts fulfilling the tradition of kinyan, the “bride price”
A tena’im ceremony based on a traditional version but using a new tena’im contract spelling out the couple’s mutual obligations in marriage
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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