ELULmination Drop-in GroupsAll events in series
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Wednesday, repeating until September 24, 2020
As we collectively prepare for the Yamim Nora’im this year, exploring the Waze to the Light resources that will guide us through the season, we are excited to introduce an opportunity for BJ community members to go deeper. All BJ members are invited to join one of our ELULmination Groups, to come together virtually to collectively explore the powerful themes of these resources. Guided by one of BJ’s spiritual leaders, these groups provide an opportunity to learn from one another and find more ways to add light to our paths, while strengthening our connections to the BJ community, no matter where in the world you may be.
For those who would like to study certain topics or need the flexibility to participate on an as-available basis, there will be two drop-in groups that meet weekly:
- Wednesdays at 9:00AM
- Thursdays at 5:30PM
The same topic will be covered in either session, facilitated by rotating members of our spiritual leadership. You are welcome to join either of these groups as frequently as you like, but registration is required.
Scheduled Topics and Leaders:
August 26, 9:00AM: Love Me Again (Ani Ledodi Vedodi Li) with Rabbi Felicia L. Sol
August 27, 5:30PM: One Thing I Ask: A Psalm for Elul (ps 27) with Cantor David Mintz
Sptember 2, 9:00AM: One Thing I Ask: A Psalm for Elul (ps 27) with Rabbinic Fellow Deborah Sacks Mintz
September 3, 5:30PM: Homecoming (Teshuva) with Rabbi J. Rolando Matalon
September 9, 9:00AM: Homecoming (Teshuva) with Rabbi Shuli Passow
September 10, 5:30PM: Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word (Forgiveness and Sellihot) with Rabbi Felicia L. Sol
September 16, 9:00AM: Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word (Forgiveness and Sellihot) with Cantor David Mintz
September 17, 5:30PM: Rosh Hashanah with Rabbinic Fellow Grace Gleason
September 23, 9:00AM: Open the Gates (10 Days of Teshuva) with Rabbi Shuli Passow
September 24, 5:30PM: Open the Gates (10 Days of Teshuva) with Rabbi J. Rolando Matalon
For those who are looking for a cohort-based experience for the season, this group will meet weekly on Mondays at 12:30PM up until Yom Kippur.