Refugee Shabbat

Join us for Oneg at 6 p.m., then light candles with us, join in Kiddush, and enjoy challah as we welcome Shabbat together in-person at Temple Micah or online. During this service, Temple Micah member Kate Kiggins will speak about Sukkat Shalom’s impact and ongoing work.

About Refugee Shabbat

HIAS’ Sixth Annual Refugee Shabbat is an invitation for congregations, organizations, and individuals to express their solidarity with the global Jewish movement for refugee protection and welcome. People seeking asylum are being turned away at borders around the world. The number of forcibly displaced people has grown to over 110 million. The growing impact of climate change exacerbates the effects of violence, conflict, and economic instability on already vulnerable populations. This is a critical moment for all of us to reaffirm and redouble our support for refugees, asylum seekers, and the forcibly displaced, and an opportunity to step back, reflect, and celebrate the work we have already done.

Contact the office to receive the Zoom link.

Learn more about our weekly Shabbat services or our COVID-19 policy.

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