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Ketubah 101 Workshop with Kolbo Fine Judaica Gallery and Mickie Caspi

Hosted By: Modern JewISH Couples

Explore the history, texts, and artistic choices involved in selecting a ketubah for your wedding ceremony. All are welcome, including interfaith and LGBTQ+ loved ones! This session is led by MJC’s Rabbi Rachael Pass, Alana Berman Gnivecki from Kolbo Fine Judaica Gallery, and ketubah designer Mickie Caspi.

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Rabbi Rachael Pass

Rabbi Rachael Pass is the associate rabbi and manager of the spiritual counseling program at the T'Shuvah Center, a Jewish community for individuals in recovery from addiction of all kinds. She is a recent ordinand from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University. Rachael is currently studying for a second master's degree at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Jewish Gender and Women's Studies, focusing her research on queer and feminist philosophy, theology/thealogy, and ritual. She has written extensively on Jewish views of abortion, creative Jewish rituals including reclaiming mikveh, and feminist Jewish thought and Goddess-concepts. Rachael is passionate about intersectional feminism, Jewish ritual, and reading as many books as she can get her hands on.
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Modern JewISH Couples

Supporting couples on the pathway to marriage and beyond through couples conversations and local retreats. You don't have to be Jewish to be part of a Jewish family, everyone is welcome here.
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