Kol Isha ("A Woman's Voice")
About Kol Isha
Kol Isha means "a woman's voice" and is open to all those who seek to deepen and enrich their Jewish knowledge and spirituality from a woman's perspective. It is a community of study and practice which explores Judaism's rich traditions and texts through the lens of women's energies, interpretations, and images of the divine.
Theme for 2012-2013
- This year of study is entitled “Jewish Women Breaking Barriers.” We will be exploring the accomplishments of Jewish women who were pioneers in their fields and consequently influenced American and international culture through their efforts. The fields of study that we’ll be concentrating on are the media, politics, science and academia, business, the arts, the women of Israel, the clergy, social activism, educational reform, and psychology. Everyone is welcome to participate. Kol Isha meets monthly on Sundays from 1:00-3:30, unless otherwise noted.
Community Seder - March 30, 2013 [Sorry, we can't accept any more registrations]
- During Passover Kol Isha sponsors the Temple Micah Community Seder for all members of Micah and their friends. The service re-tells the Passover story through readings and songs from a Haggadah written and illustrated by Kol Isha members. If you have questions, write to Community Seder.
- There are no more open seats for this year.
Themes from Previous Years
- Kol Isha is building an archive based on current and past discussions. Here's an opportunity to see some of what we do and, if you're so inclined, use our material as the catalyst for your own explorations in spirituality from a woman's perspective.
Mark Your Calendar
Sunday, September 22, 2013. 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm. Kol Isha (A Woman's Voice) at Temple Micah Library.