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Shavuot Leil Tikkun – All Night Study 2017

May 30, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - May 31, 2017 @ 4:00 am

7:00pm     Taste of Torah: Learn about the Torah and See it Unrolled Before You.
Hear pieces of Torah from throughout the Five Books read to us by this year’s 6th grade B’nai Mitzvah cohort as Marci Greenberg
and Rabbi Borodin share interesting details about the Torah.  For all ages.

8:00pm     What is the Relationship Between Revelation and  Caring for the Other?  How Being a Person of Faith Inspires  Your Treatment of the Other – A Conversation between Rabbi Jill Borodin, Minister Beth Chronister of UUC, and Afshan Khan, an active member of the Muslim community. Facilitated by Rabbi Will Berkovitz, CEO of JFS Seattle.

8:00pm     Cooking program for Youth – Meet in the kitchen.

9:00pm     Light Candles and Break the Fast of Ramadan with our Muslim neighbors.

9:10pm      Maariv and Kiddush (Sanctuary) and Muslim Prayers (Beit Midrash).

9:20pm     Dinner and Round Table Conversation.  Join CBS members, members of University Unitarian Church and the Omar Farooqh Mosque for food  and facilitated conversations about one’s own practices of revelation and connecting with others. Texts from each of the three faiths to be provided.  Tables for teens and adults.
There’s no charge for the dinner or Leil Tikkun, but please let us know you’re coming.  RSVP here or contact Lauren at (206)524-0075.

10:30pm   Cheesecake Bakeoff *

11:00pm   The Jewish Philosopher, Emmanuel Levinas on Relationship  with Rabbi Rubin and Shelly Crocker

12:00am   A Little (And It Happened At Mid-) Night Music with Carl Sayres. Some of the most powerful moments in the bible happened at midnight (“Vayehi ba-Chatzi ha-Laiylah”), as told in the piyyut Karev Yom. Come sing with us as we try to discover some of the secrets hidden in the music of the night.

1:00am      Exploring Ruth and Revelation through Visual and Rabbinic Medrash with Rabbi Borodin

2:00am     The book of Ruth and Jewish Notions of Hospitality with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg

3:00-dawn     The Rebellious Son – an examination of rabbinic reasoning and how to transform an unpleasant concept  with
Rabbi Emily Kapor-Mater

4:01am      Dawn Minyan

Shavuot morning services Day 1 on May 31st begin at 9:30am
Shavuot morning services Day 2 and Yizkor on June 1st begin at 9:30am

Venue

Congregation Beth Shalom
6800 35TH AVE NE
Seattle, WA 98115 United States
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Phone:
206-524-0075
Website:
www.bethshalomseattle.org
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