The Rosh Hashanah holiday is
Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20
Saturday, September 19
Family Musical Service
led by Rabbi Avi Friedman
and Cantor Janet Roth
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
TEENS on Rosh Hashanah
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Together with United Synagogue of Hoboken
led by: Educator, Billy Planer of Etgar 36
Contact Stacey David for the Zoom link.
Day 1 - Saturday, Sept 19
JEWS AND BLACK PEOPLE IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS ERA AND NOW
MIDRASH AND FACT
Explore the reality of the relationship between the Jewish and Black communities during the Civil
Rights era.Why were there Jews on both sides, and the sidelines, of the Civil Rights movement? What was the role of Judaism in the activism of young people in the 1960s? What are the implications for thestreets of America today?
Day 2 - Sunday, Sept 20
HOW TO BE COMFORTABLE HAVING
America is so split that trying to speak across the divide feels impossible. Whether it is one on one, with friends, family or your community, discussions about race, politics or Israel seem to be too heated and contentious to have. How can we have these important and necessary conversations without “all the heat”? How can you practice self-care as you enter into uncomfortable conversations? How to rethink what success looks like during a difficult conversation.