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The Spiritual Child With Lisa Miller, PhD

Wednesday, December 6, 8-9:30 PM - Live on Zoom

Join BeWell Miami’s upcoming webinar, in partnership with The Wellness Institute, titled The Spiritual Child, with best-selling author and psychologist Dr. Lisa Miller. With all the uncertainty and negativity in the world, giving children tools to support their mental well-being is more important than ever. Recent studies show that cultivating a child's spirituality is a key protective factor for their mental health.

Dr. Miller's groundbreaking research proves that children who have a positive, active relationship to spirituality are 40% less likely to abuse substances, and 60% less prone to teenage depression. Learn how and why developing a child's relationship with their innate spirituality strengthens their resilience and overall well-being.



Jewish Heritage Night at the Miami Heat: Unity & Solidarity

Thursday, December 14, 7:30 PM


The Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls

An evening of unity and solidarity including Arena Menorah Lighting and Chanukah Party, plus post-game free throw shots on the court, Glatt kosher BBQ and food snacks and Jewish heritage t-shirts.


How to Speak to Your Children About the Situation in Israel

Thursday, November 30, 7:30 PM

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No cost to attend


For more information, contact Alexa Paul at [email protected] or 305.595.5151.

Support for Mothers With Children in Israel

Every Monday, 8-9 PM, on Zoom

Beginning November 6

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A weekly virtual get-together facilitated by Denise Dunager, M.S.Ed, a Mishkan Miami volunteer, trained through the Refuat Ha-Nefesh Fellows Program and a graduate of the Center for Mind Body Connection.

Having a daughter who lives in Israel, I wanted to start a group for mothers with children living in Israel. Come sit for an hour to share and end with a 15-minute meditation. Bring tea or wine and talk with others who understand.

No cost to attend | Limited to mothers of children residing in Israel

For information and to receive Zoom link, email [email protected].

Programs for Israeli Kids Who Left Due to the War

Chugim for Israeli children ages 3-12 years old. Free of charge.

Monday, November 6, 12:30-2:30 PM - Art Activities

Wednesday, November 8, 12:30-2:30 PM - Special Activity

Friday, November 10, 12:30-2:30 PM - Shabbat Program



Israel at Your Kitchen Table: Strategies for Talking With Teens

WEBINAR: Thursday, November 2, 8-9:15 PM

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Join Moving Traditions for an honest one-hour conversation about how parents and teens can keep talking about the war in Israel and Gaza even as we may find ourselves with very different sources of information, peer groups, and possible responses to the ongoing war.

Moving Traditions CEO Shuli Karkowsky will sit down with a panel of experts to talk about the psychology behind how teens process the news, strategies to foster discussion when you agree and when you don't, and how to set boundaries for discourse and root those boundaries in love. The panel will include: • Dr. Julie Hirschfeld, a psychologist and parent coach • Dr. Jonathan Golden, Director of Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict • Rabbi Daniel Brenner, Moving Traditions' VP of Education • Emily Levine, a Kol Koleinu Teen Feminist Fellow who attends Scarsdale High School in NY and Westchester Reform Temple


ATJC providing support to College Students facing Anti-Semitism

Join ATJC Clergy and Jon Warech, Hillel Director at FIU for an open and honest conversation about the complex issues surrounding Anti-Semitism on Campus.

Connect with fellow students, parents, and faculty who share a commitment to inclusivity. Strengthening our bonds within the community is essential for combating prejudice especially during this time.

Counseling and Guidance We will be available to offer support and guidance for those struggling with the emotional impact of recent events. Your well-being is our priority.

Advocacy and Allyship Training Learn practical ways to be an ally, stand up against discrimination, and contribute to a campus culture that values diversity and inclusion.

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ATJC is Providing Help to Displaced Israeli Families

In the face of upheaval and uncertainty, we extend a heartfelt welcome to Israeli families who have recently found themselves displaced from their homes and now in Florida. We understand that embarking on a new chapter in a foreign land is a daunting prospect, and we are here to lend a helping hand.

Our mission is simple yet profound—to provide a warm and nurturing community for you and your loved ones as you try to find meaning and solace during these trying times. We understand that the journey of rebuilding is not just about physical relocation; it's about rediscovering hope, purpose, and a sense of belonging. We believe in the power of solidarity, and through our collective efforts, we strive to create a supportive environment that fosters resilience, hope, and connection.

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Unity in Harmony/Zoom & Facebook Live

Thursday, October 26 at 8 PM

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Join in for Unity in Harmony: Standing in Solidarity, Song, and Prayer for Israel featuring music and words of hope, strength, and healing from David Broza, Rabbi Josh Warshawsky, Nefesh Mountain, Rick Recht, Chava Mirel, Hadar and and many more.

Presented by Judaism Alive and major partners: Foundation for Jewish Camp, Jewish Federations of North America, Harold Grinspoon Foundation, JCamp 180, PJ Library, Life & Legacy, JCC Association of North America, Union for Reform Judaism Camp and Immersives, National Ramah Commission, Young Judaea, Sing Unto God, Cantors Assembly, American Conference of Cantors, and Guild of Temple Musicians.


PJ Library's Israel Hub

A Guide to Navigating Conversations with Children about Events in Israel

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PJ Library shares stories with families around the globe that celebrate Israel and promote a sense of responsibility to the country and its people. If you are struggling with conversations with your children or grandchildren about events in Israel, PJ Library provides resources which include how to talk to kids about Israel right now and antisemitism, as well as support for parents in the Jewish community.


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