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What Does It Feel Like Living Jewishly Right Now Inside/Outside?

Hosted By: SVIVAH

Featuring Rabbi Dorothy Richman, Chanie Chein, Rabbi Amy Wallk, Mollie Andron, Rabbi Emily Meyer, and Rabbanit Dalia Davis
Tuesday, December 19th at 8:00-9:30pm ET

Living Jewishly in the diaspora now may feel different than it did before Oct 7th. We may be feeling more fearful. We may be seeking new opportunities to express our Jewish identity. We may be struggling with the regular challenges of being Jewish in the diaspora during the December holidays in a different way this year.

This gathering is an opportunity to delve into these feelings together, guided by experts who will share their wisdom, stories, and insights – holding us through our collective processing. Rabbi Dorothy Richman will help guide us in ways to fill our spiritual reservoirs to navigate these (and other) challenging times. Chanie Chein will talk about facing fear, Rabbi Amy Wallk will address the “December Dilemma”, and Mollie Andron will explore these new conversations around identity and “peoplehood.” We will also have the option to express what we are experiencing through a creative art process (no art expertise required; just a pen, paper, and some markers if you have them) led by Rabbi Emily Meyer.


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SVIVAH’s mission is to empower, strengthen, and nourish Jewish women* through community. SVIVAH is a multigenerational, diverse, powerful collective of Jewish women* dedicated to inspiring, motivating, and celebrating life in sisterhood. In Hebrew, svivah means “to surround her'' and that is precisely our goal. We connect women to each other, to cross-generational wisdom, to Jewish learning, and to the resources we need, in an inclusive, women*-only space. We do this by curating Jewish faith experiences with women at the center, by producing wide-ranging programming, and by amplifying and partnering with organizations in line with our values. (*SVIVAH defines “Jewish woman” as anyone wishing to be included in a circle of Jewish women.)
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