23 Dec 2016

Friday 12:10

Friday 13:30

Friday 14:45

Friday 15:45

Friday 17:15

Friday 17:40

Friday 21:15

Friday 22:30

24 Dec 2016

Saturday 07:00

Saturday 08:30

Saturday 10:00

Saturday 11:00

Saturday 11:30

Saturday 14:15

Saturday 14:45

Saturday 16:00

Saturday 17:00

Saturday 17:30

Saturday 20:30

Saturday 21:45

Saturday 23:00

25 Dec 2016

Sunday 09:20

Sunday 10:00

Sunday 10:40

Sunday 11:00

Sunday 11:00

Sunday 12:00

Sunday 13:15

Sunday 14:30

Sunday 15:50

Sunday 16:00

Sunday 16:30

Sunday 16:40

Sunday 17:00

Sunday 17:15

Sunday 18:10

Sunday 18:30

Sunday 18:45

Sunday 18:50

Sunday 20:10

Sunday 21:40

Sunday 23:20

26 Dec 2016

Monday 08:00

Monday 09:10

Monday 09:15

Monday 10:30

Monday 12:00

Monday 13:15

Monday 14:30

Monday 15:50

Monday 16:00

Monday 16:30

Monday 16:40

Monday 17:30

Monday 18:10

Monday 18:30

Monday 18:45

Monday 18:50

Monday 20:10

Monday 21:40

Monday 23:20

27 Dec 2016

Tuesday 08:00

Tuesday 09:10

Tuesday 09:15

Tuesday 10:30

Tuesday 12:00

Tuesday 13:15

Tuesday 14:30

Tuesday 15:50

Tuesday 16:00

Tuesday 16:30

Tuesday 16:40

Tuesday 17:15

Tuesday 17:30

Tuesday 17:45

Tuesday 18:10

Tuesday 18:30

Tuesday 18:45

Tuesday 18:50

Tuesday 20:10

Tuesday 21:40

Tuesday 23:20

28 Dec 2016

Wednesday 08:00

Wednesday 09:10

Wednesday 09:15

Wednesday 10:30

Wednesday 12:00

Wednesday 13:15

Wednesday 14:30

Wednesday 15:50

Wednesday 16:00

Wednesday 16:00

Wednesday 16:30

Wednesday 16:40

Wednesday 17:00

Wednesday 17:30

Wednesday 18:10

Wednesday 18:45

Wednesday 18:50

Wednesday 20:20

Wednesday 21:50

Wednesday 23:20

29 Dec 2016

Thursday 08:30

Thursday 09:45

Thursday 10:00

Thursday 11:00

Thursday 12:30

Thursday 13:50

 

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What if God was one of us? Reflections on human behavior and communication styles

Andrew Belinfante 

Blue 33

Exploring a number of sources (Jewish, secular, Christian, and more) we will examine what styles of communication God uses in the Torah and how we have developed as a society using (and sometimes not using) that framework. We will look at everything from God's omnipresence to contemporary examples of public shaming in the media.

The Refuseniks of then, the revival of now.

Debra Brunner 

Red 1

A presentation on the Jews of today in the Former Soviet Union in parallel with the personal stories of the Refuseniks of the Soviet era, with references to Sir Martin Gilbert's book "The Jews of Hope". Why it is so important to work with communities in post-Soviet countries to help them learn how to help themselves.

Jews and art: a taboo waiting to be broken? (1 of 2)

Eva Frojmovic 

Red 2

Eva Frojmovic has just finished a project on illustrated Hebrew books from medieval Germany. Putting pictures in your prayer book is not exactly something a frum cantor would do today - but they did back then. Why? This will be an illustrated talk.

My favourite Yamim Noraim recordings

Robert Brody 

Red 3

What is it that makes these favourite recordings. The melodies, musicality, emotion, memories of the past, sentimentality, spirituality? Let's recall what we have loved, we have missed or perhaps still find in today's Yamim Noraim services.

Batmitzvah: the first 200 years

Michael Hilton 

Red 4

Batmitzvah is a new ceremony, right? It was invented by Reform and Reconstructionist Jews, right? It's not as new as you think: the early history has been forgotten. Come and hear why 2017 will mark an important anniversary, and how Orthodox communities got involved 150 years ago.

Avodat lev (2 of 2)

Deana Gershuny  Roxana Jebreel  Sara Moon 

Red 6

Let us share with you our beautiful and grounding morning practice from the farm! Joining us recently returned Adamah fellows for pre-breakfast praying, stretching, meditating and singing your heart out.

V’yarutz v’yomer: he ran and he talked, or "run and chat" (2 of 4)

Limmud Social Programming Team 

Lobby

For those who want to stretch their legs as well as their minds, come and run around the beautiful campus with Abigail. We can discuss Jewish topics, our running schedules or just being outside. Please be prepared to run for an hour and maybe get muddy

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