Torah Bound: Exploring Pirkei Avot with Rabbi Noa Kushner
How do we understand the meaning of community and our responsibility to show up for one another? Join Rabbi Noa Kushner as we explore this theme from the second chapter of Pirkei Avot.
Rabbi Noa Kushner founded The Kitchen in 2011 in response to friends who were looking for an informal, transformative shabbat experience that they couldn’t find. The Kitchen quickly grew from a local shabbat experiment into an active doorway for San Francisco’s gen x and millenials looking for serious Jewish life. Through an emphasis on first-hand experience and “doing Jewish” over pedigree, The Kitchen has become an international resource, growing to serve thousands of modern families annually in seven years. After graduating with a degree in Religious Studies at Brown, Kushner was ordained by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1998. She then served as a Hillel rabbi for both Sarah Lawrence College and Stanford University.
This is the second session of a six session series. Explore the other sessions on our website.