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Holidays for Heretics: An Unconventional Tour Through the Jewish Calendar

Hosted By: Judaism Unbound

For each holiday of the Jewish calendar, Zoe Fertik and Tova Birnbaum bring their personal stories, the holiday’s history, the relevant texts, and various perspectives that can add insight and meaning to your understanding of the cycle of a Jewish year. The classes include text, song, and story in order to reimagine and reconnect to the Jewish holidays.

“Holidays for Heretics” is at the same time personal and unconventional, while also being based in a love for tradition and a desire to make tradition our own.

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