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Happening in person in the JCA Sanctuary and online on Zoom Livestream. ALEPH is a proud co-sponsor of this event on Saturday, March 2 (7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT) Ki MiTzion - For Out of Zion: Havdalah Concert with Hazzan Jessi RoemerHazzan Jessi Roemer's music will touch your heart and inspire your spirit. Spiritual, rhythmic, and soulful, her work brings ancient and modern text to life, traversing continents and history. Based in Philadelphia, PA, she has performed, taught workshops, and led prayer services throughout the US. Her original compositions have been featured in many settings. You can check out her music here: community.jcamherst.org/2024/03/02/182443/ki-mitzion-for-out-of-zion-havdalah-concert-with-hazzan...#alephnews #jewishculture #jewishrenewal #jewishcommunity ... See MoreSee Less
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Calling in young women teens on behalf of Jewish Women's Archive ✍️✨ The Rising Voices Fellowship (RVF) applications are being accepted - must be entering grades 10-12 in Fall 2024. ℹ️ 💡RVF is a national, ten-month program that brings together #jewishwomen and non-binary teens in 10th-12th grades who have a passion for writing, demonstrated interest in #socialjustice issues, and a strong interest in #judaism and #feminism. Participants blog for jwa.org, build pluralistic community, and delve into topics related to feminism, Judaism, and social justice at monthly webinars and biannual retreats. #RVF helps teens develop authentic voices, strengthen their critical thinking and writing skills, and begin to influence important conversations within the #jewishcommunity. Throughout the course of ten months, Fellows begin to see themselves as leaders by learning to develop and promote their perspectives. ℹ️💡The process: Applications are open now and the deadline to apply is April 1 (applications from #lgbtq+ Jewish teens, Jewish teens of color, Jewish teens with disabilities, and Mizrahi and Sephardi Jewish teens are strongly encouraged) 🔗 information and additional materials are available on the website - please share with your community : jwa.org/risingvoices or follow @jewishwomensarchive account for more info ✍️ #jewishrenewal ... See MoreSee Less
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This Thursday is the anticipated 🎶 Album Release Concert: Songs of Toratah is an #InPerson event on February 29, 2024, 7:00–8:30 pm (Main Sanctuary) 🆓This concert features acclaimed and stylistically diverse international singer-songwriters who composed singable melodies from verses of Toratah. Through their words and music, they contribute to the creation of a new cultural language. After singing and dancing with us, partake in a celebratory reception in the exhibition space to experience #Toratah: The Artistry of Transformation, with visual artwork by www.BeitToratah.org founder Yael Kanarek ℹ️ Experience an unforgettable evening with the album #Zimratah, hosted by Cantor Jenna Pearsall. Immerse in a blend of music and art, and don’t miss the special post-concert reception. 🎁Free registration ➡️ link in bio🌟🎶 Proudly co-Sponsored by #ALEPHAlliance #SongsOfToratah #jewishMusic #MusicMeetsArt #centralsynagogue 🌟 Full list of sponsors: Lab/Shul, Temple Emanu-El, SAJ-Judaism that Stands for All, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah - CBST, Ayin Press, The Jews of Color Mishpacha Project, LABA New York: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture, The Shalom Center, B’nai Jeshurun NYC, Romemu, #ALEPHAlliance for Jewish Renewal, and Temple of the Stranger. ... See MoreSee Less
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Preparing for #Purim? Join us for a study of Megillat Mordekhai with Beit Toratah! ✨📖Reimagining Purim: Journey into Megillat Mordekhai with Beit ToratahDATE: Tuesday, March 19 (1pm ET / 10am PT)Please register on our website: aleph.org/virtualprograms/Welcome to the topsy-turvy season in the Jewish calendar, a time when we reexamine power dynamics between women and men, the rich and poor, non-Jews and the Jewish people. How do these dynamics shift when the traditional scroll undergoes a genderbend?In this session, we will collectively engage in the reading of the scroll of Mordekhai and explore the alternative world it presents.Join us as we reflect on Queen Akhashveroshni’s quest for a new virgin lad to ascend to the throne; ponder the relationship between the young virgin lad, Mordekhai, and his aunt Esther, who escorts him to the queen’s fortress; delve into the tensions between Esther and the High Minister Hamani; and contemplate the resilience of the Tehudiyot who defend themselves and retaliate.Come, let’s explore and contemplate these intriguing aspects together.This program will be led by Yael Kanarek and Tamar Biala. mail.google.com/mail/u/2/#search/alephFMfcgzGxRnfpbLFmpHLkbcJmbPGGrmpr ... See MoreSee Less
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