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Toratah/Her Torah: Women Rabbis Revealing the Goddess in Torah

Hosted By: Kolot Mayim Reform Temple

Rabbi Gila Caine, will explore how throughout the millennia, rabbinic tradition, and especially written tradition, was written from within a man-focused and experienced perspective. Documented Torah reading was mostly seen through the eyes and bodies of men. Now, after around half a century of ordaining women, we have amassed a growing corpus of documented writing flowing from within woman’s experiences and interpretations of Torah and life. In this talk, Rabbi Caine will read a few Torah commentaries written by (women) rabbis from North America and Israel, as examples of weaving together rabbinic and women’s experience into something new. This event is part of a 6-part series of talks on the theme of Building Bridges: Celebrating Diversity in Jewish Life. The community is invited to listen and learn from Indigenous, Black, Asian, feminist and differently gendered and differently abled advocates who work tirelessly to make our world a better place. 

2 p.m. ET/ 11 a.m. PT

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Rabbi Gila Caine

Rabbi Gila Caine, Temple Beth Ora, Edmonton, AB Canada. Born and raised in Jerusalem, Rabbi Caine graduated the Hebrew University with an M.A in Contemporary Judaism and received her rabbinic ordination at the HUC-JIR’s Israeli program in 2011. Her rabbinic thesis explored liturgical, spiritual, and ceremonial aspects of birth in Jewish tradition and contemporary practice. Stemming from that, as well as her years as a volunteer at the Rape crisis center, Rabbi Caine is one of the founders of the Israeli rabbinic women’s group “B'not Dinah” – creating a female and feminist rabbinic tradition of healing after Sexual trauma. She now serves as rabbi at Temple Beth Ora congregation in Edmonton, where is lives with her husband and children. This speaker is co-sponsored with Temple Beth Ora.
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Kolot Mayim Reform Temple

Kolot Mayim is an inclusive, welcoming Reform congregation for Jews in Victoria BC Canada.
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