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Tikkun Leil Shavuot
June 4 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Welcome to an exciting Shavuot experience hosted by Temple Sinai and Ohavi Zedek Synagogue. (Learn more about Shavuot here).
Visiting in person? Please review OZ’s current Covid-19 protocols.
Zoom attendees, please make your full first and last name viewable on Zoom, so we know who you are and can admit you.
7:00 – 7:30 PM Services, Song and Chant both on Zoom, on Livestream, and in person in the Main Sanctuary with Rabbi Amy Small, Rabbi David Edleson and Cantor Steve Zeidenberg
7:30 – 8:30 PM Session 1, Options
Storytelling: Lost and Found, in person only at OZ’s Library with Cantor Steve and Rabbi Amy
A Very Queer Journey to Sinai, in person only at the Yurt with Rabbi Edleson
“Abolish Slavery,” on Zoom and in the Small Sanctuary with Reverend Debbie Ingram
About Abolish Slavery: Educating Communities on Prop 2
VIA Executive Director Debbie Ingram will present “Abolish Slavery: Educating Our Communities on Prop 2. The purpose of this presentation is to explain the Vermont constitution’s current language regarding slavery and how it evolved; how this language has influenced the U.S. Constitution and many of our systems and practices; and the proposed amendment, which Vermont voters will have the chance to pass in November of 2022. Participants will also learn of opportunities to take action to ensure passage of the amendment, and to address the larger question of how to dismantle systemic racism in many forms. To attend, please use this Zoom link.
8:30 – 8:50 PM Cheesecake & Shmoozing in the Social Hall
8:50 – 9:10 PM Ma’ariv (Evening) Services, both on Zoom, on Livestream, and in person in the Main Sanctuary
9:15 – 10:15 PM Session 2, Options
Poetry — Lost and Found, on Zoom and in the Small Sanctuary with Huck Gutman
Reproductive Choice, in person only in Classroom 1 with Rabbi Amy
Songs of the Season, in person only in the Yurt with Rabbi David and Cantor Steve
About Poetry: Lost and Found
We will engage five poets, Sappho, Simonides (both classical Greek), John Newton (British, who wrote the song “Amazing Grace”), Yehuda Amichai (Israeli) and William Carlos Williams (American). The first three poems are very short; the Williams poem is several pages. We will read several Amichai poems, some short, some modest, none long. Poetry, death, loss, finding: all will be our focus. No knowledge of poetry is needed: These are all, all, accessible poems. They tell us a lot, and are enjoyable to read. Use this Zoom link to join.
Please register here (optional) to help us plan, or simply show up and join us!
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