Access Judaism: Reform Renovations on the Prayer book
Hosted By: Keeping It Sacred (KITS)
Home renovation shows feature flippers stripping old, outdated homes down to the bare bones only to rework them into beautiful sanctuaries of living. This is essentially what the Reform Rabbis of the early 19th century did to the prayer book. Learn how they did it thoughtfully, and about the important practice of updating ritual that continues today. No experience necessary. All are welcome.
This is one class in a 16-class series called Access Judaism, intentionally designed by Rabbi Heather Miller. Taken together, classes feature a broad spectrum of Jewish subjects in the realm of history, rituals, culture, philosophy, law, and spirituality. These classes, which include post-class reflection questions and responses, can also count towards requirements for conversion or adult B’nai mitzvah.
Access Judaism SESSION 2:
5/11 The Intelligent Design of the Prayer Service
5/18 Reform Renovations of the Prayer book
5/25 Rituals as Markers of Transition
6/1 The Characteristics of a Good Jew
6/8 Slam Poetry in the Golden Age
6/15 Bad Theology: Terrible Explanations of Why The Righteous Suffer
6/22 Siblings or Cousins?: Jews and Christians in the First Century
6/29 Before You Die, Consider These Rabbinic Thoughts
If you have further questions, or to introduce yourself, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Rabbi Miller: email@example.com
All classes are FREE. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
If you’d like to contribute the suggested donation of $25/class, $180/ 8-class session, or $300 for the entire 16-class Access Judaism course,
please venmo @keepingitsacred,
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or send check to: Keeping It Sacred 27068 La Paz Rd. #781 Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
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