May at Shir!


Shabbat Song and Study
May 16, 10am
Location: ZOOM

We will continue our exploration of Pirkei Avot chapters 2, 3, 4, and 6. You are strongly encouraged to take a look at the text and choose a perek you would like to discuss. Send it to Rabbi Michal.

Musical Shabbat Service 
May 22, 7pm
Location:  ZOOM

Irv Gottschalk, Jason Steigman, and Jim Winston will join Rabbi Michal for a musical service exploring the theme of opening – to reality and to possibility.

Shabbat/Shavuot Service with Yizkor
May 30, 10am
Location:  ZOOM
Join us for the morning liturgy, Book of Ruth, and Yizkor.

 

For event links, email info@shirmke.org

April at Shir!


Shabbat Song and Study
April 25, 10am
Location: ZOOM

for link email: info@shirmke.org

It is the double parashah that induces fear and trembling in every spring b’nai mitzvah! Tazria-Metzorah teaches us about handling mysterious aspects of living in a body (or in fabrics or houses) such as childbirth and spiritually induced rashes. Because it is Rosh Chodesh Iyyar as well, we get to sing hallel and might choose to turn to the special haftarah, or a bit of pirke avot, traditionally read between Shavuot and Pesach (if we have had our fill of bodily afflictions!)

 

 

 

 

Contemporary Topical Conversations
Thursday April 30, 7pm
on ZOOM

for link email: info@shirmke.org

The CSH Adult Education team is launching monthly discussions based on Reconstructing Judaism’s “EVOLVE – Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations.” Each conversation responds to one of the essays on the EVOLVE website.

Our first topic will be “Handling Subjectivity with More Care: There is Right and Wrong,” by Tamar Kamionkowski. The teaser on this essay says: “The integrity of any community depends on honesty in business and all interpersonal transactions, teaches the book of Deuteronomy. Fraudulence is an abomination.” Please read the essay before the meeting if possible!

http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org/handling-subjectivity

 

 

February at Shir!


Song and Study
February 8, 10am
Locations: Woll/Sweeney Residence
The Israelites start to take the long way home and run into a sea. Then cool things happen! The coffee (and tea) is ready at 9:45.
Bring a Torah translation and treat to share.

 

Musical Service and Potluck
February 14, 6:30pm
Location:  Shir Space at Plymouth

To borrow the title of a Hafiz poem and poetry collection:
The Subject Tonight is Love. 
Bring a dish to feed 6-8, dairy/veggie/fish/chocolate

 

Shabbat Community Table
February 21, 6pm
Location:  Private Home