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April Shabbat Pizza Party

April 8, 2022

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Imagine: your school pizza party, but way better! Come join Moishe House Longfellow for some delicious local pizza and to welcome in Shabbat. RSVP here: https://forms.gle/waHvpbu3xcRzeZ28A As always, for indoor events, we require proof of vaccination. Can’t wait to meet you all!

Carbon Reduction and Clean Energy Solutions

May 20, 2022

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Or Emet will host a Shabbat service followed by a program highlighting Fresh Energy’s work in Minnesota. The service will be led by Eva Cohen, Or Emet’s ritual leader and a Humanistic rabbi-in-training. Following the service, J. Drake Hamilton, senior director of science policy for Fresh Energy, will give a presentation about how the organization is working toward carbon reduction and development of clean energy solutions in the state. Fresh Energy’s mission is to shape and drive bold policy solutions…

Havdalah with the Moishe Pod

May 21, 2022

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Havdalah is a time to reflect on the past week and the week to come, and Aaron’s personal favorite Jewish holiday. Join us at the Moishe Pod in Longfellow for blessings, reflection, a discussion of Havdalah, and good company! RSVP for address.

Challah Braiding Party

May 26, 2022

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Come braid some challah with the Longfellow Pod! We’ll provide dough and can teach you how to braid challah if you haven’t done it before. Take it home and refrigerate overnight and it’ll be ready to bake in the morning! RSVP for address.

The Future of the American Synagogue

June 17, 2022

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Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel Melamed Family Lecture in Liberal Religion Friday, June 17 5:00 pm Kabbalat Panim – Greeting Time Light hors d’oeuvres 6:00 pm Shabbat Service Outside on our ZaiKaner-Perwien Terrace, weather permitting Pulpit Guest: Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel speaking on: The Future of the American Synagogue Rabbi Zemel has been the senior rabbi of Temple Micah, Washington, DC, since 1983. Over the years, he has been involved in numerous community and Jewish organizations but derives greatest satisfaction from…

Juneteenth Kabbalat Shabbat

June 17, 2022

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Join Rabbi Sandra Lawson, rabbinical student Dr. Koach Baruch Frazer, and Rabbi Josh Lesser as we honor this U.S. national holiday marking the date confirming freedom to the last remaining enslaved people in the South and West. Though Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, very few people were immediately freed. A full two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation and two long months after Richmond fell, the last enslaved African Americans in Texas were…

Calling Non Binary People to Torah Honors

June 18, 2022

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Study the recent tshuva (legal position) with Rabbi Davis Two opportunities to learn: In-Person on Shabbat: Saturday, June 18 | 12:30 pm Following Shabbat Lunch Virtual: Wednesday, June 22 | 12:00 pm via Zoom RSVP to [email protected]

Pride Shabbat at TC Pride

June 25, 2022

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Join J-Pride at Twin Cities Pride for Pride Shabbat! The service will be held on Saturday, June 25 from 10-11 a.m. on the Loring Stage. Come celebrate Shabbat with us, then stop by the J-Pride booth any time from noon-6 p.m.  If you’d like to volunteer at the J-Pride booth or join us in the parade, click here to sign up. J-Pride is a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis. J-Pride creates community through queer-focused Jewish programming…

Havdalah for Losing Abortion Access – Minneapolis

June 25, 2022

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This week, we are marking a very significant separation: the separation from one way of being with abortion access in this country—for nearly fifty years—and another. Separation between a country where abortion was the legal law of this land to a country where this is no longer so. As Shabbat draws to a close, we will join together in the ritual of Havdalah, creating a space to mourn, to sing, to pray, to connect, and to unite in solidarity. The…

Havdalah for Losing Abortion Access – St. Paul

June 25, 2022

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This week, we are marking a very significant separation: the separation from one way of being with abortion access in this country—for nearly fifty years—and another. Separation between a country where abortion was the legal law of this land to a country where this is no longer so. As Shabbat draws to a close, we will join together in the ritual of Havdalah, creating a space to mourn, to sing, to pray, to connect, and to unite in solidarity. The…