Resources for Online Learning and Events

Resources for Online Learning and Events

The Boston Jewish Film Festival is streaming their movies this year. They require registration but there is no charge. They offer opportunity to make a contribution. March 22-April 2.

Join Jewish National Fund USA and Alexander Muss High School in Israel at 10 AM PST every Monday – Thursday to engage and connect digitally with others while learning about Israel and Zionism. Zoom link: https://jnf.zoom.us/j/769961741 or by phone: 669-900-6833 and enter meeting ID 769 961 741

Thursday April 2nd: Danny Stein: Jewish history: How the Challenges We Have Faced Made Us Stronger

Finding Our Voices III: Let Us Therefore Sing A New Song!  Thursday, April 2, noon-1:00  Taught by Rabbi Samuel Klein, Jewish Federation and Beth Huppin, Jewish Family Service. Moderated by Tony Abrams, Jewish Federation. We open the door in the middle of the night with a deep trust that no harm will befall us. Our singing is a call to all who are willing to join our ancestors leaving behind the darkness of Egypt as they crossed the sea. At this time, when we feel constricted, how might the ancient Hallel, these closing Songs of Praise, give voice to hopeful and redemptive stories in ways that are healing for our communities, our society and ourselves? Zoom link: https://zoom.us/s/618718296

Masorti Conservative Judaism presents Global Gathering for Healing. Sunday, April 5 at 9am PST. Join together with global presenters, including award-winning musicians David Broza, Joey Weisenberg, and Rabbi Naomi Levy in uplifting song, prayer, and solidarity at the Global Gathering for Healing on April 5. More info at jewishglobalhealing.com.

Chevraya: The Quest for Wholeness. Sunday, April 5 at 7:00pm. Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and Herzl-Ner Tamid. What is the relationship between changing ourselves and changing the world? What does the story of Jacob have to teach us about the role these inner tensions play in determining how we live in the outside world? Join Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum (Rabbi Emeritus, Herzl-Ner Tamid) and Rabbi Samuel Klein (Jewish Federation) as they explore themes of sacrifice, freedom, and personal autonomy on the approach to the festival of Passover, “the time of our liberation.” Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/328508797

Navigating Without a Map: A JFS Webinar for Parents. Monday, April 6, 3:30-4:30pm. Join Jewish Family Service for a special Zoom webinar co-hosted by ParentMap and featuring two local pediatricians, doctors Don Shifrin and Lelach Rave, who will provide tips and answer some of your most pressing questions about parenting in the time of COVID-19. RSVP here.

“For In Haste You Left Egypt!” : An Un-Seder Experience Monday April 6, 7-8.30PM, with JFS Educator Beth Huppin, Rabbi Samuel Klein, Jewish Federation and Musical Artist Chava Mirel. Moderated by Tony Abrams, Jewish Federation. In keeping with the first question of the “Mah Nishtana,” what is fast becoming the “Zoom Pesach” will be a uniquely different Seder night from all other nights. The goal of the Seder is to feel as if we ourselves have come out of Egypt. In these times, how are we to bring this story to life? Join educator Beth Huppin (JFS), Rabbi Samuel Klein (Federation), and musical artist Chava Mirel as they weave stories and ritual for an unusual night of celebration and exodus from Egypt! Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/858215214

Ongoing

On Virtual SJCC, you’ll find ways to interact with friends near and far. Take a fitness class, learn a new craft, meet with friends for community conversations, and more. This area features resources both from our J and JCCs and organizations around the country.

SJCC On Demand! Watch streaming talks and shows of the J’s best and brightest celebrity guests for FREE at the click of a button. Stay engaged, inspired, and connected — from the comfort of your couch.

The Institute For Jewish Spirituality is offering weekly Torah study, daily meditation, and a Jewish Mindfulness Meditation Start Kit. All free of charge.

Join the Holocaust Center For Humanity from 12-1pm every Tuesday through April for a virtual Lunch-and-Learn! The first virtual program, on March 31, will feature Legacy Speaker Arik Cohen, the grandchild of 4 Holocaust survivors. Arik tells his grandparents’ stories of luck, resilience, and perseverance while calculating the incredible odds of their survival. Click here to join the March 31st Lunch-and-Learn.

Beit T’shuva in Los Angeles is offering virtual programming, including:

Hadar (times are EST)

  • Bite Sized Insights from the Haggadah with Rabbi Elie Kaunfer and Hadar Faculty – Standalone sessions – join for one or all! 8:30-9:00 AM; Monday-Friday through April 7th; Join here.
  • Adult Mishnah Club with Jeremy Tabick; 1:00-1:30 PM; Monday-Friday; Join here.
  • Rabbi Shai Held on Jewish Live Main Stage: Reading Tehillim: Literary and Theological Explorations of the Psalms; 3:00-4:00 PM; Monday and Thursday; Join here or via Hadar’s Facebook!
  • Kids Mishnah Club with Rabbi Ethan and Yoav Tucker; 4:30-5:00 PM; Monday-Thursday; Join here.
  • Kids Tanakh Class with Rabbi Ethan Tucker and David Zvi Kalman; 5:00-5:30 PM; Monday-Thursday; Join here

 

 

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