2018 Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Brookline

Brookline, MA, 19th & 20th May, 2018

When

19th & 20th May, 2018 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Website: 2018 Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Brookline

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Where

384 Harvard Street and 100 Centre Street
384 Harvard St Brookline, MA 02446
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100 Centre St Brookline, MA 02446

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Saturday, 19th May 2018

Time Skyline Activity Room Community Room Library Clasroom 1 Classroom 2 Classroom 3 Classroom 4 Classroom 5 Classroom 6 Epstein Auditorium Kitchen
6:55 pm                     A Taste of Sushi & Torah for Children in 1st - 4th Grades
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A Taste of Sushi & Torah for Children in 1st - 4th Grades

Make and eat your own veggie sushi "Torah" and explore 10 of the Torah's greatest hits. This is a drop off program for children in Grades 1-4. Please RSVP by 5/15 (info@congki.org) so we can prepare the correct amount of food.

By:
N/A
May 19, 2018, 6:55 pm to 8:05 pm
Hall: Epstein Auditorium
 
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8:00 pm Rebbe Nachman's Elusive Tree: An Interactive Storytelling Experience
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Rebbe Nachman's Elusive Tree: An Interactive Storytelling Experience

Journey into the mind of a rabbi who wasn’t afraid to experience the heights of joy and the depths of despair, as he understood both to be a path toward God. We'll bring a Rebbe Nachman tale to life through dramaturgy and discussion.

By:
Leeza Negelev
May 19, 2018, 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Hall: Skyline Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
                   
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9:15 pm Guided Meditation
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Guided Meditation

Experience guided and silent meditation as a means to opening to Revelation tonight and in daily life. Beginner and experienced meditators welcome. Time for Q&A and deepening the practice together.



By:
Dr. Yoheved Sheila Katz and Dr. Bobbi Isberg
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Skyline Track: Sod Type: Teen Friendly
Let My People Know: What We Learn About Occupation in Jewish Education
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Let My People Know: What We Learn About Occupation in Jewish Education

Discuss how your Jewish education brought you to activism and to seek more knowledge, and how we can pass on these learnings to future generations. In pairs and as a group, we'll focus on what we did learn and wish we would have learned about Israel and occupation with an eye toward current events. No prior Jewish educational experience necessary to participate in discussion. All welcome!

By:
Ayelet Reiter
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Activity Room Track: Remez
Affirming Oneness: On the Unexpected Convergence of Science, Mysticism and Philosophy
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Affirming Oneness: On the Unexpected Convergence of Science, Mysticism and Philosophy

In Scripture and liturgy we read, "Hear, O Israel, Hashem is our God, HaShem is One." Learn through lecture and discussion how relativity theory, quantum physics, Neoplatonic philosophy and Kabbalah meet in supporting a vision of oneness as both pervading and underlying the universe.

By:
Dr. Davin Wolok
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Community Room Track: Sod
What are all the angels doing in the first blessing of the Shema Liturgy?
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What are all the angels doing in the first blessing of the Shema Liturgy?

By:
Rabbi Reuven Kimelman
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Library Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Mussar at Mt. Sinai: The Role of Silence and Speech through a Mussar lens
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Mussar at Mt. Sinai: The Role of Silence and Speech through a Mussar lens

By:
Rabbi Marcia Plumb
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Clasroom 1 Track: Pshat Drash
Midrashei Mamzerut
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Midrashei Mamzerut

A discussion of midrashim (interpretative stories) written by women on the topic of those descended from forbidden relationships.

By:
Tamar Biala
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Classroom 2 Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
The Broken Spear and the Covered Blade
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The Broken Spear and the Covered Blade

Toward the transformation of a violent zealot and the human penchant for violence, examine how the Torah’s deep teaching of nonviolence often wells up in the very midst of violence, in this case in the Pinchas narrative. In the portion and person of Pinchas, slayer of Cozbi and Zimri, teachings well up that seek to redirect the way of Pinchas and offer a Covenant of Peace.

By:
Rabbi Victor Reinstein
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Classroom 3 Track: Pshat Drash
Is “Call Me By Your Name” a Jewish book and film?
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Is “Call Me By Your Name” a Jewish book and film?

Bring Jewish and LGBTQ issues together through the lens of this acclaimed book/film.

By:
Amos Lassen
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Classroom 4 Track: Remez
Trope: It’s not Just for Singing
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Trope: It’s not Just for Singing

With Shira “the song” Fischer and Morry “my teacher” Safer, learn how the tunes used when reading Tanach are more than just tunes. Explore places where the “ta’amim” (notes) oppose the plain meaning of the text; examples where the Talmud and commentators use the notes to justify their interpretations, where they ignore the notes, where they misunderstand them, and more!

By:
Shira Fischer and Morry Safer
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Classroom 5 Track: Pshat Drash
Hevra Kadisha: The Truest Act of Kindness
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Hevra Kadisha: The Truest Act of Kindness

Judaism teaches that between the time of death and burial, the deceased should be treated with the utmost respect and dignity and prescribes a series of simple, beautiful rituals. Learn more about these practices.

By:
Sherry Grossman and James Cohen
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Classroom 6 Track: Tzedek
Matan Torah
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Matan Torah

Review and discuss the giving of Torah in midrash.

By:
Rabbi Moshe Waldoks
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Pshat Drash
Youth Challah Braiding Workshop
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Youth Challah Braiding Workshop

Learn about the 10 Commandments, with particular emphasis on Shabbat and the mitzvah of hafrashat challah (separating challah). Braid and decorate your own challah to take home! This session is for kids under 18.

By:
Michal Adar & Dafna Williams
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm to 10:05 pm
Hall: Kitchen Track: Remez
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10:05 pm       Shattering the Tablets: Desperation or Calculation?
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Shattering the Tablets: Desperation or Calculation?

When Moses comes down the mountain and sees for himself the Israelites dancing around the Golden Calf, he smashes the Tablets given to him by God. How should we view the smashing? Is this an emotional reaction to what Moses encountered or a calculated act of leadership to influence the people?

By:
Dr. Joe Reimer
May 19, 2018, 10:05 pm to 10:40 pm
Hall: Library Track: Pshat Drash
               
10:10 pm                      
10:15 pm Snack Break
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Snack Break

By:
N/A
May 19, 2018, 10:15 pm to 10:40 pm
Hall: Skyline Track: Break
                Seudah--Light Meal  
10:20 pm                  
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10:40 pm Beyond Heschel: Exploring and complicating Jewish solidarity narratives
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Beyond Heschel: Exploring and complicating Jewish solidarity narratives

The iconic image of Heschel marching with MLK Jr. is a powerful symbol of Jewish participation in the Civil Rights Movement, but there are many other moments in history and today that complicate notions about Jewish solidarity. Explore narratives of Jewish involvement in movements for racial justice, recognizing the complexity and gaining insight into ways in which we as Jews can actively show solidarity in movements for racial justice today.

By:
Simona Lang and Leah Varsano
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Skyline Track: Tzedek Type: Teen Friendly
What's Jewish About Friendship?
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What's Jewish About Friendship?

Friendships influence emotional well-being, life quality, health, longevity, even financial status. Through chevrutah study and group discussion, explore how traditional and contemporary Jewish scholars have viewed this important relationship, and consider how accurately they reflect our own connections.

By:
Dr. Miriam Rosalyn Diamond
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Activity Room Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
The Woman who wasn’t Elijah
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The Woman who wasn’t Elijah

Explore the themes of (inter)marriage and Peoplehood as part of the themes of Shavuot and Pesach through the reading and discussion of a short story, ‘The Woman who wasn’t Elijah’ by Joanna Perl

By:
Rabbi Michael Shire, PhD
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Community Room Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
Re-Reading Ruth
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Re-Reading Ruth

A close reading of select passages from the Megillah, drawing on contemporary Israeli feminist midrash from Dirshuni (ed. Tamar Biala). Explore the story through bibliodrama and discussion.

By:
Dr. Rachel Adelman
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Library Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Thoughts and Prayers: Israel’s primacy at 70
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Thoughts and Prayers: Israel’s primacy at 70

We will explore selections from the freshly published The Zionist Ideas along with
familiar prayerbook passages through the lens of a biblical response to the Sinai
covenant. Reconsider how the House of Israel at 70 is a tale of love and light.

By:
Rabbi William Hamilton
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Clasroom 1 Track: Pshat Drash
Freedom or safety? The Goals of Zionism
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Freedom or safety? The Goals of Zionism

By:
Rabbi David Starr
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Classroom 2 Track: Remez
70 “PUNim” laTorah: Punchlines from Textual Sources
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70 “PUNim” laTorah: Punchlines from Textual Sources

Join Morry “the book” Safer and Shira “not a fish” Fischer as we explore Biblical and Rabbinic sources that lead us to be able to tell some jokes—some hysterical (and, ok, some groan-worthy).

By:
Shira Fischer and Morry Safer
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Classroom 3 Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Shout Out: How to Connect with G*d
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Shout Out: How to Connect with G*d

Learn and then practice together the recipe to set up/regain your direct and constant connection with G*d, jumpstarted with a niggun (tune).

By:
Rabbi Ora Weiss
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Classroom 4 Track: Sod
Agriculture in the Siddur
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Agriculture in the Siddur

The Torah and siddur reference agriculture so frequently that prayers, readings, and the culture of Judaism still incorporate them. But even a synagogue regular often doesn't stop to think about the agricultural roots of texts that promise rain and fertile land in exchange for sacrifices. Consider through text study how we still find meaning in these ancient ideas.

By:
Marc Stober
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Classroom 5 Track: Pshat Drash
The Voice of God is in the Strength of each and every one
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The Voice of God is in the Strength of each and every one

In the Nehar Shalom’ tradition, we invite all who wish to teach/share of
their own “Torah” to bring a ten-minute offering to this session, each one’s sharing becoming part of a weave of learning. Reflecting on Torah, the Jewish people, God, spring, nature, renewal, peace, your own spiritual journey, it can
be a poem, an insight, a story, a painting, a song, a…. (This is not a
time to create art, but to share insights of the hand, heart, or mind.

By:
Rabbi Victor Reinstein
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Classroom 6
3 Aggadot about Rabbi Akiva
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3 Aggadot about Rabbi Akiva

The Talmud and Midrash are filled with intriguing stories about the (arguably) greatest rabbi of the 2nd century. Examine three of these many Aggadot and, by looking at the narrative of his life, explore what the Talmud says about compassion, the power of interpretation, and steadfast devotion and doubt.

By:
Rabbi Andy Vogel
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Stretching Shavuot Joy: A Phyllo Dough Workshop
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Stretching Shavuot Joy: A Phyllo Dough Workshop

The boreka is a Sephardic Shavuot food made with freshly stretched phyllo dough wrapped around a variety of delicious fillings and baked. Come stretch phyllo, prepare your own borekas from a bar of fillings, and explore global Sephardic Shavuot traditions.

By:
Sara Gardner
May 19, 2018, 10:40 pm to 11:30 pm
Hall: Kitchen Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
10:45 pm
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10:55 pm
11:00 pm
11:05 pm
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11:25 pm
11:45 pm       How to Love Torah
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How to Love Torah

An introduction to the Zohar through two mystical texts. What better way to cause the Heavens to open on this night and glimpse the Divine, than to explore what the Zohar has to say about Torah study (and Torah's sensuality)?

By:
Rabbi Michelle Fisher
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Library Track: Sod
Peace, Love, and Cappuccino
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Peace, Love, and Cappuccino

Did you know that the Tikkun Leil Shavuot and other late night Jewish rituals didn't emerge until the emergence of coffee culture? Together we will explore some texts that prove the value of coffee to Jewish values of hospitality and repairing the world. Decaf drinkers welcome.

By:
Cindy Spungin
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Clasroom 1 Track: Remez
Aaron the Peacemaker: A model for Relational Judaism
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Aaron the Peacemaker: A model for Relational Judaism

Aaron, high priest and brother of Moses and Miriam, exemplifies keruv (drawing others near in a caring and welcoming approach) and the important work of creating communal bonds on many different levels. Utilize the Hebrew Bible, classical commentaries, midrash, liturgical texts, and more to explore this theme. Libation will be provided for those of age.

By:
Cantor Michael McCloskey
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Classroom 2 Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Who Brought Us To This Land: Shavuot as Mandatory Gratitude
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Who Brought Us To This Land: Shavuot as Mandatory Gratitude

From the declaration of the First Fruits to the Book of Ruth, Shavuot emphasizes gratitude: for Israel, for produce, for Torah, for Judaism. This ritual is a familiar one to immigrants of all sorts from those who literally come to a new land to those who experience other status changing journeys such as conversion, parenthood, recovery from illness, academic graduation, or professional success. Contrasting the performative text from the first fruits offering with Naomi's speech upon returning to Israel, explore the tension between the story we are expected to tell as grateful beneficiaries of goodness and more complex and personal experience. Tell your own story in chevruta.

By:
Andrea Kamens
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Classroom 3 Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
Mishne Survey
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Mishne Survey

Using questions and discussion, explore one exemplary Mishne from each of the 6 classic books of the Mishne. 

By:
Dr. Bruce Weinstock
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Classroom 4 Track: Pshat Drash
The Beginning of Redemption's Flowering: Why and How We Pray for Israel
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The Beginning of Redemption's Flowering: Why and How We Pray for Israel

The strange and fascinating history of the Prayer for Israel in Jewish prayerbooks - traditional and liberal, Israeli and Diaspora, Sefardi and Ashkenazi - reveals a lot about what, exactly, the State of Israel has come to mean in contemporary Jewish life.

By:
Neal Gold
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Classroom 5 Track: Pshat Drash
Making Text Come Alive: Sexuality and Eroticism in Chevruta Learning
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Making Text Come Alive: Sexuality and Eroticism in Chevruta Learning

Examine the erotic undertones of chevruta text study. Explore the ways in which sexuality is expressed through texts, including Talmudic and modern commentaries/theologies.

By:
Rachel Leiken
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Classroom 6 Track: Pshat Drash
Yes, And: A Model for Improvisation, and for Accepting Torah?
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Yes, And: A Model for Improvisation, and for Accepting Torah?

How might the principles of improvisation apply to Torah and life? Discover the possibilities through physical exploration of text, theatre games, and discussion. No acting or text study experience necessary to get your Bibliodrama on.

By:
Becky Price
May 19, 2018, 11:45 pm to 12:00 am
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
 
11:50 pm        
11:55 pm        

Sunday, 20th May 2018

Time Skyline Activity Room Community Room Library Clasroom 1 Classroom 2 Classroom 3 Classroom 4 Classroom 5 Classroom 6 Epstein Auditorium Kitchen
12:00 am       How to Love Torah
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How to Love Torah

An introduction to the Zohar through two mystical texts. What better way to cause the Heavens to open on this night and glimpse the Divine, than to explore what the Zohar has to say about Torah study (and Torah's sensuality)?

By:
Rabbi Michelle Fisher
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Library Track: Sod
Peace, Love, and Cappuccino
Link

Peace, Love, and Cappuccino

Did you know that the Tikkun Leil Shavuot and other late night Jewish rituals didn't emerge until the emergence of coffee culture? Together we will explore some texts that prove the value of coffee to Jewish values of hospitality and repairing the world. Decaf drinkers welcome.

By:
Cindy Spungin
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Clasroom 1 Track: Remez
Aaron the Peacemaker: A model for Relational Judaism
Link

Aaron the Peacemaker: A model for Relational Judaism

Aaron, high priest and brother of Moses and Miriam, exemplifies keruv (drawing others near in a caring and welcoming approach) and the important work of creating communal bonds on many different levels. Utilize the Hebrew Bible, classical commentaries, midrash, liturgical texts, and more to explore this theme. Libation will be provided for those of age.

By:
Cantor Michael McCloskey
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Classroom 2 Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Who Brought Us To This Land: Shavuot as Mandatory Gratitude
Link

Who Brought Us To This Land: Shavuot as Mandatory Gratitude

From the declaration of the First Fruits to the Book of Ruth, Shavuot emphasizes gratitude: for Israel, for produce, for Torah, for Judaism. This ritual is a familiar one to immigrants of all sorts from those who literally come to a new land to those who experience other status changing journeys such as conversion, parenthood, recovery from illness, academic graduation, or professional success. Contrasting the performative text from the first fruits offering with Naomi's speech upon returning to Israel, explore the tension between the story we are expected to tell as grateful beneficiaries of goodness and more complex and personal experience. Tell your own story in chevruta.

By:
Andrea Kamens
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Classroom 3 Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
Mishne Survey
Link

Mishne Survey

Using questions and discussion, explore one exemplary Mishne from each of the 6 classic books of the Mishne. 

By:
Dr. Bruce Weinstock
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Classroom 4 Track: Pshat Drash
The Beginning of Redemption's Flowering: Why and How We Pray for Israel
Link

The Beginning of Redemption's Flowering: Why and How We Pray for Israel

The strange and fascinating history of the Prayer for Israel in Jewish prayerbooks - traditional and liberal, Israeli and Diaspora, Sefardi and Ashkenazi - reveals a lot about what, exactly, the State of Israel has come to mean in contemporary Jewish life.

By:
Neal Gold
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Classroom 5 Track: Pshat Drash
Making Text Come Alive: Sexuality and Eroticism in Chevruta Learning
Link

Making Text Come Alive: Sexuality and Eroticism in Chevruta Learning

Examine the erotic undertones of chevruta text study. Explore the ways in which sexuality is expressed through texts, including Talmudic and modern commentaries/theologies.

By:
Rachel Leiken
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Classroom 6 Track: Pshat Drash
Yes, And: A Model for Improvisation, and for Accepting Torah?
Link

Yes, And: A Model for Improvisation, and for Accepting Torah?

How might the principles of improvisation apply to Torah and life? Discover the possibilities through physical exploration of text, theatre games, and discussion. No acting or text study experience necessary to get your Bibliodrama on.

By:
Becky Price
May 20, 2018, 12:00 am to 12:35 am
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
 
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12:35 am                     Dessert  
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1:00 am       Witness as Revelation: a Shema-nic journey
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Witness as Revelation: a Shema-nic journey

Using a 13th-century Kabbalistic practice for the recital of Shema as launching and landing point, this session is part guided meditation, part contemplative (interactive) poetry study, exploring how the scribal tradition of encoding the word עד/eid/witness might connect to the revelation at Sinai we experience on Shavuot.

By:
Rabbi David Curiel
May 20, 2018, 1:00 am to 1:50 am
Hall: Library Track: Sod Type: Teen Friendly
            Sermon Slam
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Sermon Slam

The Sermon Slam is a forum to facilitate the sharing of inspiring and engaging words of Torah, with an emphasis on creativity, performance, and personal expression--like poetry slams, but for short divrei Torah. Six slammers will share short pieces.

By:
Various
May 20, 2018, 1:00 am to 1:50 am
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Remez
 
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2:05 am       Hidden Figures: Mythological Underpinnings and Divine Combat in Biblical Literature
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Hidden Figures: Mythological Underpinnings and Divine Combat in Biblical Literature

Uncover themes from ancient mythology in some of the most well known texts from Tanach.

By:
Rebecca Jacobs
May 20, 2018, 2:05 am to 2:55 am
Hall: Library Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
  Singing Niggunim (Melodies) the Ahavah Rabbah Musical Mode
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Singing Niggunim (Melodies) the Ahavah Rabbah Musical Mode

Learn about the Ahavah Rabbah / Freygish mode found in Jewish prayer and how to sing it, then practice with some favorite prayers and melodies and new ones. No musical knowledge required!

By:
Rabbi Louis Polisson and Kelly Kossar
May 20, 2018, 2:05 am to 2:55 am
Hall: Classroom 2 Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
        Residents and Citizens: Geir Toshav
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Residents and Citizens: Geir Toshav

The Geir Toshav, often translated as "resident alien", is one who lives among the Israelites and has certain rights and responsibilities because of that affiliation. Examine texts about these people, who are simultaneously peripheral and central, and ponder together how this may (or may not) be a fruitful model for thinking about some members of the modern Jewish communal quilt.

By:
Emily Fishman
May 20, 2018, 2:05 am to 2:55 am
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
Chopped: Shavuot Edition
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Chopped: Shavuot Edition

Rise to the challenge! Use both required ingredients as well as some optional ones to create your own Shavuot inspired dish for this friendly competition. Judging categories will be: taste, appearance, and tie to the holiday.

By:
Leora Mallach
May 20, 2018, 2:05 am to 2:55 am
Hall: Kitchen Track: Remez Type: Teen Friendly
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3:05 am                     Snack Break  
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3:25 am       Beit Midrash
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Beit Midrash

By:
Rabbi Becky Silverstein
May 20, 2018, 3:25 am to 4:15 am
Hall: Library Track: Pshat Drash Type: Teen Friendly
            How Badly Do You Want the Torah?
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How Badly Do You Want the Torah?

A study of the Piaseczno Rebbe's teaching on Shavuot and the ongoing preparation for receiving Torah.

By:
Rabbi Ezra Balser
May 20, 2018, 3:25 am to 4:15 am
Hall: Epstein Auditorium Track: Sod
 
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