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- June 06th, 2013 – ADL Torch of Liberty Award Dinner honoring Mary Bonauto 1
The Anti-Defamation League will be honoring Mary Bonauto, Civil Rights Project Director at GLAD (Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders), with the 2013 Torch of Liberty Award this Spring. This award is presented to members of the community who inspire by their leadership and utilize their influence to affect positive change in the community. Mary truly exemplifies these characteristics, as well as embodies the mission of the ADL – to secure justice and fair treatment for all.
- June 07th, 2013 – Shabbat Service 1
Shabbat services are held every first Friday of the month. Everyone is welcome.
- June 07th, 2013 – Forever Families Weekend for Jewish Families Touched by Adoption 1
Join us for a weekend of family fun while exploring what it means to be part of the adoption community and the Jewish community at the same time. Workshops for parents and kids include topics such as Identity Issues for Adoptees Approaching B'nai Mitzvah; Jewish, LGBT, and Parenting by Adoption; Children's Books and Stories of Adoption, and Acceptance of Transracial Families in the Jewish Community. Workshops are facilitated by adoption professionals who are members of Jewish adoptive families.
- July 01st, 2013 – 2013 International ALEPH Kallah 1
The ALEPH Kallah is a weeklong international gathering of spiritually engaged Jews from all walks of life — it is an opportunity to connect with others seeking to live spiritually rich modern Jewish lives, including the re-imagining of practices like meditation, sacred chant, embodied prayer, healing services, eco-kashrut, transformative ritual, music, and the renewed study of traditional texts.? The Kallah is a diverse community — religious background and current practice run from a to z (assimilated to zealous!); singles, couples and families with and without children; GLBTQ and straight; healers, teachers, artists, authors, information technologists, mothers, judges, students, …
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