Join us for a Jewish humanistic service. On this Sunday, we break into groups for a congregation wide book discussion. The book we will be discussing is Jews and Words – novelist Amos Oz and historian Fania Oz-Salzberger. To learn more about this book click here.
There will also be Sunday school for children. Visitors are always welcome.
Join us for a staged reading, along with musical accompaniment, of “To Fill”-a fictional short story about the intimate and intergenerational effects of the Holocaust upon a family. Written by Jane Buchbinder, “To Fill” will be performed by members of the KB congregation, Aliza Kopans, Sara Laschever, David Meshoulam and Zach Mayer. A Q & A with the author and performers will follow.
Join us for our Open House Sunday. Experience what KB Sundays are like. Families with children are welcome to visit classrooms, meet teachers and attend a parent information session. Adults without children will enjoy coffee hour, meeting members, participating in a service and adult program. There is a featured adult program at most KB Sunday’s. They include engaging speakers, art, theatre, music. This Sunday we will have a panel of speakers about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement which is focussed on Israel and has stirred a lot of controversy in the Jewish community. Come learn with us. RSVP or more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Its an Open House Sunday. Come to experience a KB morning with adult service and program and children’s school. Families with children are welcome to visit classrooms, meet teachers and attend a parent information session.
During the adult program, we will learn about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement which focusses on Israel and has provoked strong differing views in the Jewish community. Our presenters are a panel of members from Congregation Dorshei Tzedek who will provide background and context for more understanding of the situation. RSVP email@example.com
The Society for Humanistic Judaism, KB’s parent organization is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. There will be a weekend of speakers, workshops, entertainment and celebration in the location where the SHJ was founded – Detroit, Michigan. All are welcome.
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Join us for our moving and beautiful Holocaust Memorial Service. It includes readings, music, and poetry and combines the spirit of resilience and the determination of Never Again. Our speaker is Jack Trompeter, a holocaust survivor. All are welcome to attend.