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Shmita and Regenerative Agriculture

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As part of our year-long series on Building Shmita/Sabbatical Culture, we welcome our guest speaker (TBD), discussing contemporary practices of regenerative agriculture. Rabbi Miriam will open the conversation with Jewish sources on the Shmita practices of letting the land lie fallow every 7 years, as we discuss ancient and contemporary commitments to sustainable farming. REGISTER …

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15-Minute Community Candle Lighting

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Short, sweet and filled with light. Let’s light Shabbat candles together, see each other’s shayne punim, share a nugget of Jewish inspiration and breathe in Shabbat peace. *You can find the Zoom meeting link in your upcoming DJC newsletter!

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Shabbat Morning Meditation (on Zoom)

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In these challenging times, begin your Shabbat morning with Jewish meditation and gathering in community. Each session will offer instruction in mindfulness meditation, paired with Jewish teachings and practices that support working wisely with our fears and worries, habits and reactions, guiding us toward living with open hearts, sustainable compassion and insightful action. REGISTER HERE

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Inside/Outside: Hidden Potential, Divine Sparks and Outer Shells

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Learning and Discussion 10 - 11:30 AM; followed by Mourner’s Kaddish, Kiddush and Motzi (if on Zoom, have your wine/juice and challah ready!) ********* We will be exploring the same theme in both this year’s Visiting Artist workshops and in this 4-part learning series. It is our aim for the learning to inform and inspire …

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Kabbalat Shabbat

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Let’s welcome Shabbat in community with song and stillness, gratitude and connection learning and light. Let’s remember how good it is to be together, even on Zoom. You’re invited to have candles, wine/grape juice and challah/bread on hand so we can make the blessings together. You can find the link to join our service in …

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Shabbat Morning Meditation (on Zoom)

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In these challenging times, begin your Shabbat morning with Jewish meditation and gathering in community. Each session will offer instruction in mindfulness meditation, paired with Jewish teachings and practices that support working wisely with our fears and worries, habits and reactions, guiding us toward living with open hearts, sustainable compassion and insightful action. REGISTER HERE

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Inside/Outside: Hidden Potential, Divine Sparks and Outer Shells

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Learning and Discussion 10 - 11:30 AM; followed by Mourner’s Kaddish, Kiddush and Motzi (if on Zoom, have your wine/juice and challah ready!) ********* We will be exploring the same theme in both this year’s Visiting Artist workshops and in this 4-part learning series. It is our aim for the learning to inform and inspire …

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Shmita and Habits of Consumption

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This session is part of our year-long series on Building Shmita/Sabbatical Culture. How much do we need? What is enough? What drives our individual and societal consumption? We will engage with the Shmita/Sabbatical year’s call to challenge our relationship with owning for the sake of radical sharing and collective well-being. This session is an opportunity …

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Around the Shabbat Table: The Poetry Edition

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It’s the Poetry Edition! In this sweet and playful intergenerational Shabbat gathering, various DJC members will share poetry to spark imagination, inspiration and fill Shabbat with beauty. Have your Shabbat supplies on hand if you can, for candle lighting, kiddush and motzi. Feel free to actually sit around your Shabbat table, eat dinner and participate …

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Shabbat Morning Service (on Zoom)

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Join us for spirited singing, soulful prayer, and engaging Torah learning with Cantor Lisa and Rabbi Miriam and Danny Greenspoon on guitar. *Our weekly newsletter is your go to source for upcoming Zoom event IDs and passwords! If you haven’t yet subscribed, you can do so here.

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