Summertime Jewish Learning Across the Twin Cities

Renewal, Resilience, Hope: Jewish Responses

As a community, we have a rich tradition that can help us navigate troubling times – from personal hardships, to communal tragedy, to global calamity. This summer, nine members of our local clergy, through texts ancient and modern, will explore some of these responses.

All classes are FREE and open to anyone. Drop-in for one session or come to all of them! No registration required.

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The Roots and Threads of Jewish Hope
Rabbi Sharon Stiefel, Mayim Rabim

June 15, 7 p.m.

Public Grief & Jewish Moral Imagination: A Call to Hope
Rabbi Michael Latz, Shir Tikvah
June 21, noon

Summertime and the Livin’ is Not Easy: Rituals of the Three Weeks
Rabbi Adam Rubin, Beth Jacob
June 28, noon

A Garment for the Moon
Rabbi Alexander Davis, Beth El
July 7, noon

Tikvah: The Hopefulness of Jewish Prayer in the Face of COVID-19, Israel at 73, and the Climate in 2021
Rabbi Sim Glaser, Temple Israel
July 13, 11 a.m.

3 times 3 Paradigms for Resilience
Rabbi Esther Adler, Mount Zion
July 21, 7 p.m.

Melody/Memory/Mi Shebeirach – The 3 M’s of Healing Prayer
Cantor Tamar Havilio, Bet Shalom
July 29, noon

Renewing Connection to God through Renewing Confidence in Oneself
Rabbi Marcus Rubenstein, Temple of Aaron
August 5, 7 p.m.

A Renewed Jewish Response to Disaster
Rabbi Harold Kravitz, Adath Jeshurun
August 10, noon

Hineni: Adult Jewish Learning and Contemplative Practices | Talmud Torah of St. Paul

In partnership with Adath Jeshurun, Bet Shalom, Beth El, Beth Jacob, Mayim Rabim, Mount Zion, Shir Tikvah, Temple Israel, and Temple of Aaron.


15th June 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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