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Temple Judea's Shabbat En Español

Temple Judea's Shabbat En Español - Friday, May 6, 2016 - 6 de Mayo - 7:45 PM

Services led by Gaby & Rabbi Siegal Gaby y Rabbi Siegal Los esperan!

For more information contact Gaby at g.ensergangir@judeagables.org or call 305 667-5657

Temple Judea 5500 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146

Temple Judea's Shavuot Celebration

Shavuot Celebration – Sunday, June 12 - 10:00 AM

On Shavuot, we commemorate God giving us the Torah, and we celebrate by studying Torah.

Join us on Sunday, June 12th, at 10:00 AM in the Silverman room for our Shavuot Service which includes Yizkor. A Potluck luncheon will follow.

Please rsvp to Mary Ann at m.deaktor@judeagables.org or 305-667-5657.

Temple Judea 5500 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146

Temple Judea's May Healing Service

Temple Judea's Healing Service

Please join Jodi and her special musical guests at Temple Judea on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at 7pm for our next Creative Service for Healing and Renewal.

A musical and spiritually nurturing experience, intended to provide a space of comfort and healing for those of you who may be experiencing some kind of challenge in your lives – whatever that may be.

Feel free to bring family and/or friends who may not currently be a part of our community. A special dessert reception will follow, provided by A Caring Touch, Temple Judea’s Chesed Community.

For more information contact Jodi at j.rozental@judeagables.org.

Temple Judea 5500 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146

TBTAS and HaShoah

This Friday night, May 6th, after services, Peter Tarjan PhD will be the guest speaker at Temple Beth Tov Ahavat Shalom.

Dr. Tarjan is a survivor of the Holocaust. His book,“Children Who Survived the Final Solution.” includes his own experiences as a child of the Holocaust in Hungary. In addition, these experiences are noted in the testimony he gave to the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation.

Temple Beth Tov Ahavat Shalom is the cozy, Conservative synagogue at 6438 SW 8th Street, West Miami 33144. Kabbalat Shabbat Services are usually from 8:15pm to 9:15pm. We are fortunate to have Dr. Peter Tarjan as guest speaker to remember Yom Hashoah Light refreshments will follow. There is no charge.

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Louise Stubins to receive NCJW's Hannah G. Solomon Award

Miami, Fl. – Louise Stubins will receive the National Council of Jewish Women ( NCJW) Kendall Section’s Hannah G. Solomon Award on May 22, 2016, for her dedication, leadership and volunteerism in her community for over 50 years. The presentation will be made at the Peacock Garden Café, located at 2889 McFarlane Rd, in Coconut Grove, between 11am and 2pm. NCJW’s Hannah G. Solomon Award is presented to a woman who has helped to change and expand the role of other women in vital areas of community life, and whose leadership has motivated others to fight for change. The award commemorates the spirit of Hannah G. Solomon, who established the National Council of Jewish women in 1893. Ms. Solomon, an early social activist, led the organization in its landmark battles for laws restricting child labor, for child welfare programs, and for improved housing, education, and health care for the poor. This past October 22, 2015, the NCJW Kendall section , also presented the Hannah G. Solomon Award to Katherine Fernandez-Rundle, Miami-Dade County’s State Attorney for her dedication and commitment to resolving the issues of Sex Trafficking that plague our city, our state and our nation. The National Council of Jewish women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. For additional information regarding event or about becoming involved in NCJW send an email to kendallncjw@gmail.com

Nominate Exceptional Teen Leaders for the Diller Teen Fellows Program

NOMINATE A GREAT TEEN LEADER TODAY OR APPLY DIRECTLY TO BE A DILLER TEEN FELLOW!

Applications for Miami's 4th Cohort of Diller Teen Fellows are now available for teens entering 10th and 11th grade in 2016-2017. If you are a community member who knows of a great teen leader, please nominate them for this incredible opportunity!

Diller Teen Fellows is an immersive leadership program inviting a select group of 20 Miami-Dade 10th and 11th graders, to explore and expand their understanding of who they are, who they want to be, and how they want to make a mark on the world. We do this through monthly workshops, Shabbatonim (weekend retreats – 2 per year), a ten-day visit by Israeli teens from Yerucham, Israel to Miami and a summer experience that brings all the international Diller communities together in Israel for three weeks.

You can learn more about the Diller program at www.dillerteenfellows.org and by watching the following videos: http://dillerteenfellows.org/en/news-media/videos or by visiting our local Diller page at: www.caje-miami.org/diller.

Applications for 2016-2017 are due May 31st, 2016. Group interviews will be held on Sunday, May 22nd or Sunday, June 5th. Group interviews are an informal way for staff to meet applicants and a great way for perspective teens to learn more about the Diller program!

For further inquiry about this unique opportunity and to receive the application, please contact: Carly Orshan, Director of Teen Education and Engagement with the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education at 305-576-4030, ext. 147 or carlyorshan@caje-miami.org.

Apply to be a Diller Teen Fellow

APPLY TO BE A DILLER TEEN FELLOW OR NOMINATE A GREAT TEEN LEADER TODAY!

Applications for Miami's 4th Cohort of Diller Teen Fellows are now available for teens entering 10th and 11th grade in 2016-2017. If you are a community member who knows of a great teen leader, please nominate them for this incredible opportunity!

Diller Teen Fellows is an immersive leadership program inviting a select group of 20 Miami-Dade 10th and 11th graders, to explore and expand their understanding of who they are, who they want to be, and how they want to make a mark on the world. We do this through monthly workshops, Shabbatonim (weekend retreats – 2 per year), a ten-day visit by Israeli teens from Yerucham, Israel to Miami and a summer experience that brings all the international Diller communities together in Israel for three weeks.

You can learn more about the Diller program at www.dillerteenfellows.org and by watching the following videos: http://dillerteenfellows.org/en/news-media/videos or by visiting our local Diller page at: www.caje-miami.org/diller.

Applications for 2016-2017 are due May 31st, 2016. Group interviews will be held on Sunday, May 22nd or Sunday, June 5th. Group interviews are an informal way for staff to meet applicants and a great way for perspective teens to learn more about the Diller program!

For further inquiry about this unique opportunity and to receive the online application, please contact: Carly Orshan, Director of Teen Education and Engagement with the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education at 305-576-4030, ext. 147 or carlyorshan@caje-miami.org.

“Israeli Artists Help Create a Colorful Israel @68!

An Israeli Artists Fair will be part of an Israel @ 68 Community Celebration on Thursday, May 12, from 2 – 8pm, at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach.

Coinciding with the actual date of Israel Independence Day, some of the presenting artists showing and selling their works are: •Meira Alkobi, who creates sculptural jewelry and Judaica with various kinds of metals, leather, and gems •Amir Ilani, who creates hand-made jewelry •Talma Liran, who creates hand-made jewelry •Yael Milfender, who creates Judaica art in wood •Liat Polotsky, whose painting create a magical world through color
•Yonit Rahmani, whose creates works of art through papier – mache – combining recycled plastic, old newspapers, and other materials. •Sarah Rom, whose paintings express her feelings through composition and color Elisheva Zabar, whose sculptures, in bronze and stone castings, reflects different human emotions.

The Israeli Artists Fair is open to the community, at no charge. It is one component of the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s Community Israel Independence Day Celebration, which will feature a family-oriented festival from 4 – 8pm, that will include entertainment, food and wine tasting, carnival attractions for the kids, interactive activity stations, food court, and more.

For further information, contact David Surowitz, MAR-JCC Assistant Executive Director, at 305-932-4200, ext. 127

CAJE's Celebration of Learning Features Dr. Erica Brown: Educator, Scholar, Author and Lecturer

WHAT: CAJE's Department of Adult Learning & Florence Melton School's Lynn Dumas Russin Celebration of Learning

WHEN: Sunday, May 22, 2016, 1-4pm

WHERE: Temple Israel of Greater Miami

RSVP Required: http://www.wizevents.com/register/4220

Why Be Jewish?: 21st Century Jewish Identity Judaism in the 21st Century has become an option among many other possible labels and identities. Today many young people ask Why be Jewish?—a question their grandparents wouldn’t have even understood. Using a variety of ancient and contemporary texts on Jewish identity, we will explore how to think about where you are on the spectrum of Jewish life and how you can engage others that see things differently. This will be an interactive study, offering ways to deepen your own understanding, spiritual practices and/or emotional commitments.

DR. ERICA BROWN is a captivating scholar-in-residence, an acclaimed author of 10 books and a monthly columnist for the New York Jewish Week. She previously served as scholar-in-residence for the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, where she directed the Jewish Leadership Institute. Erica is a faculty member of the Wexner Foundation, recipient of the 2009 Covenant Award for her work in education and the 2012 Bernie Reisman Award (Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program, Brandeis University). Holding degrees from Yeshiva University, University of London, Harvard University and Baltimore Hebrew University, she lectures and writes widely on subjects of Jewish interest and leadership throughout the world. Erica lives with her husband and four children in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Dr. Brown’s latest book is Take Your Soul to Work: 365 Meditations on Every Day Leadership (Simon and Schuster, December 2015). Her previous books include Inspired Jewish Leadership, a National Jewish Book Award finalist, Spiritual Boredom, Confronting Scandal, and co-author of The Case for Jewish Peoplehood (all through Jewish Lights). She has blogged for JTA, Psychology Today and Newsweek/Washington Post’s “On Faith,” tweets on one page of Talmud study a day @DrEricaBrown, and writes a blog called Weekly Jewish Wisdom. Access her articles at ericabrown.com.

In addition to Dr. Brown’s interactive study, attendees will celebrate with Melton’s newest graduating class, have the opportunity to see old friends and make new ones as well as enjoy a wonderful kosher dessert buffet.

The CAJE Community Celebration of Learning is dedicated to the loving memory of Lynn Dumas Russin who treasured her Melton experience and looked forward to CAJE/Melton adult learning classes every week.

Cost to attend is $18 per person.

For information and to register for the event, click on this link: http://www.wizevents.com/register/4220

CAJE is a subsidiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Heritage Tour - May 13-15

A SPIRITED SHABBAT EXPERIENCE IN THE NERVE CENTER OF THE CHABAD-LUBAVITCH MOVEMENT (Brooklyn, NY)

HIGHLIGHTS +A visit to 770, the Rebbe's house, and the Ohel +A tour of the Crown Heights neighborhood +Uplifting chassidic gatherings +Insightful talks, group learning and discussions +Meet inspiring personalities +Gourmet kosher cuisine

COST $220 PER PERSON / $100 PER CHILD Includes: all meals, programming, accomodation arrangements and transporationg to and from the Ohel.

Register at: http://www.chabadchayil.org/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/3212279/jewish/Brooklyn-Shabbat.htm

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