Humanistic Judaism – What is it? What do humanistic Jews believe? Presentation and discussion.
Open House Day: visitors welcome to visit classrooms and adult activities, RSVP email@example.com
Celebrate Sukkot, a fall harvest holiday. Have lunch in the sukkah built by our school children.
Spiritual But Not Religious? Healthy Trend? or Crisis of Faith? The self-identification of “spiritual-but-not-religious” (SBNR) is a growing trend, even a movement, in the United States and abroad. Hear Graham Schweig speak about Reflections on Judaism’s Contribution to the Discussion. Graham Schweig is Professor and Director of Studies in Religion, Department of Philosophy & Religion, Christopher Newport University, Virginia.
Denise Handlarski, rabbi for Oraynu, Toronto’s Humanistic Jewish Congregation will spend the weekend with KB. Events include: workshops, tot shabbat, and Saturday night dinner. More details on schedule coming soon.
Denise Handlarski, Rabbi for Oraynu, Toronto’s Humanistic Jewish Congregation will spend the weekend with KB.
12:30 – 2 pm – KB Leaders luncheon
All are welcome at these events:
3:00 – 4:00 pm Tot Shabbat (Families with children 6 and under)
4:30 – 6:00 pm Workshops
6:00 pm Havdallah ceremony and potluck dinner – Future of Secular Humanistic Judaism
A local group of Jews and Muslims will bring us a program about how we can all be better allies to each other and work together to oppose bigotry.
Sing, light candles, spin the dreidel and enjoy a holiday meal. Enjoyable and engaging celebration for all ages.
A weekend of socializing, playing games, winter sports, enjoying snacks and meals together and getting to know a fun group of people. Our winter weekend is a time to relax or be active, play or read a book, make conversation or sit quietly by the fire place, ski, snow tube, swim or take a walk. You choose. All ages enjoy this weekend. It all takes place at Purity Springs Resort in Madison, NH. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org