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Seeing One Another at Sinai: A Minnesota Night of Revelation

May 16 | 6:00 pm - May 17 | 12:30 am

On Shavuot, when our calendar marks the giving of the Torah, there is a custom to stay up late or even all night as if we were there at Mount Sinai. Join teachers across the Twin Cities for a night of prayer, study, conversation, and community as we participate in ongoing revelation from generation to generation.

We want these programs to be accessible to all. If you need accommodations, such as ASL interpretation, please email communications@templeisrael.com.

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CLICK HERE to view a full list of community-wide Shavuot Programs. We especially encourage you to attend the following:

6:00 PM | PJ Library Pre-Holiday Story and Activity Time for Young Children and Families

Join the full community of PJ Library families before sundown on Zoom. Together we’ll have a fun, educational, and engaging experience appropriate for children and adults of all ages.

CLICK HERE to participate via Zoom – Dial in: 312-626-6799; Meeting ID: 851 7058 1661; Passcode: 935952

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7:00 PM |  Bet Shalom Confirmation Ceremony

Families of confirmation students will attend in person, and the service will be streamed to the larger congregation. Stay tuned for the link!

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9:15 PM | Keynote Panel

Ro’im et Ha’Kolot, Empowering Voices: a panel from Edot, the Midwest Regional Jewish Diversity Collaborative

Moderated by Jessica Kingston

CLICK HERE to participate via Zoom – Dial in: 312-626-6799; Meeting ID: 952 3332 5320; Passcode: MNTikkun21

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10:00 PM | Workshop: “And Her Name Was Heather” led by Cantor Havilio

The story behind the creation of Cantor Tamar Havilio’s one-woman conversion story that was performed at a Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Jerusalem.

CLICK HERE to participate via Zoom – Dial in: 312-626-6799; Meeting ID: 871 1133 7575; Passcode: 239585

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11:00 PM | Revelations with Our Clergy: Seeing Each Other at Sinai?

Join Clergy from across the Twin Cities as they discuss the work of grappling with racism and white privilege as well as what each is exploring and desiring to learn about how to build, develop, and lead communities that better reflect the diversity of the Jewish people.

Participating clergy include: Rabbi Jill Crimmings, Rabbi Avi Olitzky, Rabbi Adam Rubin, Rabbi Adam Stock Spilker, Rabbi Sharon Stiefel, Rabbi Aaron Weininger, and Rabbi Marcia Zimmerman. Moderated by Rabbi Jason Klein of Temple Israel.

CLICK HERE to participate via Zoom – Dial in: 312-626-6799; Meeting ID: 952 3332 5320; Passcode: MNTikkun21