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Soulful Parenting with Rabbi Jonathan Fisch
Sundays, February 26 and March 12 from 10-11:30am *Space is limited*

Join Rabbi Fisch for real and honest conversations about parenting. Together we will explore how as parents we can become calmer and grow in our curiosity and spirituality.  Jewish tradition and teachings will aid in our reflection. We welcome all parents regardless of family structure and celebrate the diversity of religion within our community. We have 12 spots space is limited as this will intentionally be a small intimate group. Click here to register.

Judaism and the 2nd Amendment with Rabbi Jonathan Fisch
Mondays, February 27 at 7pm
The Second Amendment, our right to bear arms, is constantly being challenged for changes, some small and some lofty. We as a Reform Movement have called upon our elected officials to get behind common sense laws. But what does Judaism really teach us about “our right to defend,” or our “right to stand our ground?” We will look at ancient and modern texts to guide our conversations.  Join us for a three part class.  Click here to register.

Celebrating Israel’s 75th Birthday
March 1, 8, 15 at Noon *online only*

Israel has welcomed refugees and immigrants from all over the Jewish world. Post-WWII, Jews were primarily European Holocaust survivors and refugees displaced from the Middle East and North Africa due to ethnic cleansing. Over the last several decades, immigrants have come primarily from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia, and France because of a rise in antisemitism. 

The lecture series highlights the aliyot of Ethiopians (March 1), Soviets (March 8), and French Jews (March 15) and their challenges and contributions to Israeli society. 

Please note that all three lectures are online only. 
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Dr. Henry Green is Professor of Religious Studies and the former director of Judaic and Sephardic Studies at the University of Miami, Florida. He is the founding director of The Jewish Museum of Florida, and of Sephardi Voices, a digital archive of Arab Jews. He has served as a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and has given testimony to the Congressional Human Rights Caucus in the United States as an advocate for the rights of those displaced.

Ongoing Learning

Shabbat Morning Study
Saturdays, 9:45am-10:45am
After Shabbat minyan, study Torah with your Rabbis and a wonderful adult learning community.  

Monday Morning Torah Study
Mondays, 8:15am-9:00am
Begin your week with a thought provoking, engaging study of the Hebrew Bible using ancient and modern commentary.  No prior learning necessary.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Miami (OLLI at UM) is a community of lifelong learners. OLLI at UM provides a relaxed learning environment for those aged 50 or better who share a common understanding that life should be filled with continual intellectual growth and exploration.  Join OLLI at UM! Click here for more information.  

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