To dovetail Base BSTN’s study of “My Jewish Year,” let’s dive into the “Most Important Jewish Holiday”: Shabbat. We will explore some of the foundational texts that can help us paint a colorful picture of what Shabbat is at its roots.
- Oct. 18: Starting at the Beginning
- Oct. 25: Shabbat as Economic Regulation
- Nov. 1: Fish and Wine – The Secrets of Oneg Shabbes
- Nov. 8: Shabbat as Pleasure Activism
In anticipation of Rabbi EBC’s maternity leave, this series will be run by rabbinic intern Talia Laster.
We plan to hold all sessions virtually, unless the group decides otherwise. This is a discussion-based class, facilitated by Base BSTN online (via Zoom), where video and audio participation are encouraged—you will be invited to share your thoughts and speak from personal experience, with no obligation to do so.+ More... - Less...
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