June 2018 Events

Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv Service  drum-&-guitar
followed by our fabulous Potluck Dinner
Friday, June 15, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
at the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library at George School

Hazzan Jack Kessler and Rabbi Marcia Prager lead our service. With a special mix of old Tzedek v’Shalom favorites and some new music, this will be a joyful, moving Shabbat! Afterward, share a delicious Potluck Dinner: Please bring a generously sized vegetarian/dairy entree and drink to share. You may also bring an additional dessert if you’d like.

Jack Kessler, director of the ALEPH Cantorial Ordination Program, teaches voice and hazzanut, and is the vocal lead of two touring ensembles ATZILUT—CONCERTS FOR PEACE, Arab and Jewish musicians performing together, and KLINGON KLEZMER. Listen at http://atzilutmusic.com/ourmusic.htm.
Rabbi Marcia Prager, a vibrant Jewish Renewal teacher, storyteller, artist, and therapist, is Director and Dean of Ordination Programs for ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal and rabbi for P’nai Or.

For questions, email Naomi Mindlin at nsmindlin@verizon.net.

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2018-06-03-FaudaHavdalah and a Movie
Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library at George School featuring: Fauda, an Israeli TV Hit

Fauda (Arabic for chaos) depicts the two-sided story of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Doron, a commander of undercover Israeli unit, the Israeli Special Forces, operating inside Palestinian territories, and his team, are hunting down Hamas terrorist Abu-Ahmed. On the other side of the fence, the life of Abu-Ahmed (and his family), who has thus far murdered 143 Israelis, will never accept the State of Israel, and will continue Jihad for as long as it takes.

Map of George School: http://www.georgeschool.org/campusmap/index.html
The Anderson Library is building #61.

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