Description: This course, although grounded in Buber's most famous work I and Thou, will offer participants at look at some of Buber's lesser known writings on such topics as how to live in community and the shape of the Jewish future.
Description: Enjoy the social event of the season and help raise funds for Temple Micah. With chances to bid on incredible items, and a unique opportunity to mix and mingle in an informal setting, all while supporting the Temple, the Auction is the place to be. The funds raised by the Auction are a major benefit to the Temple budget and support all of our many programs.
Description: We live in an era of mistrust, fragmentation and where too many groups and individuals are pursuing their own narrow agendas. People have lost faith in their leaders and institutions. At issue is how can we move away from a path of the status quo and toward a path of possibility and hope? Based on his work in communities across the U.S. and globally, Rich Harwood will talk about what it will take to restore Americans’ sense of belief and can-do spirit that we can get things done together.
Description: Join old friends, make new friends on Friday after services. Meet in the lobby, and we will all head to a local restaurant. No need to plan ahead: if you don't have plans for Shabbat dinner, please join us!
Description: Embrace the process of aging at a special day of learning. Mindy Greenstein, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, and co-author of Lighter as We Go: Virtues, Character Strengths, and Aging, joins us for a keynote discussion on how and why we discover who we are as we age.
Description: Make your reservation by April 15th for our Community Seder. We ask for a minimum contribution of $20.00 per adult and $10.00 per student. Children under 5 are free and warmly welcomed. If you're able, we appreciate any additional tax-deductible donations which will enable others to attend. If you are unable to pay, please contact Cantor Weiner to make arrangements (email@example.com).
Description: The Seders are over, but the culinary celebration is not! Come join young professionals from Next Dor and Temple Sinai 20's/30's as we explore Passover cooking that goes beyond matzah and maror. This will be a great night to connect with old friends, meet new ones, and enjoy good food in a new space.