Or Emet to Host National Refugee Shabbat Program
Or Emet will host an online program in support of the National Refugee Shabbat. Or Emet will join the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) and communities in the U.S., Canada, Europe and around the world, in raising awareness about refugees and asylum seekers.
The program will be led by Michal Moskow, an Or Emet member, professor of communication at Metro State University and graduate adjunct faculty in second language teaching and learning at Hamline University.
HIAS is the oldest resettlement organization in the world and the only Jewish organization working with refugees.
Or Emet ritual leader and rabbinic candidate Eva Cohen will lead a short Humanistic Jewish Sabbath service preceding the program.
This online session requires registration. If you are interested in attending, please email Or Emet president Scott Chazdon at [email protected].