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Rosh Chodesh Adar: Hidden Gems

Hosted By: Chai Mitzvah

In a time when masks are critical to our survival, we will explore the different facets of what is hidden and what is visible. Come and join a thought-provoking discussion and share the joy of Purim as we welcome the Jewish month of Adar. 

This event is part of a monthly Rosh Chodesh series.

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Teacher

Rabbi Debra Smith

Rabbi Debra Smith (Reb Deb) received smicha through the ALEPH Ordination Program in 2016 and is the founding rabbi of Congregation Or Ha Lev in New Jersey. Reb Deb is a very enthusiastic student and practitioner of Mussar; she has taught Mussar in various venues. She is a clinical social worker and family therapist.  Reb Deb received her Master’s in Jewish Studies from Gratz College in Philadelphia. She serves as Rabbi in Residence at Drew University Methodist Theological School in New Jersey and co-chairs a chapter of the Sisterhood of Salaam-Shalom. She is a faculty member of ALEPH Tikshoret Connections, which is one of the places she teaches Mussar to a virtual community of learners from all over the United States.
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Host

Chai Mitzvah

Chai Mitzvah’s goal is to strengthen communities by enhancing Jewish engagement. Through small group learning, individual spiritual/ritual growth, and opportunities for social action, participants grow Jewishly and engage more in their communities.
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