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Family Shabbat Gatherings 2022

Please join us with your tots, tweens, teens…everyone is welcome! Reb David and Devorah will lead these gatherings with stories, songs, prayers and grateful hearts to be gathering in-person in the Havurah garden!

UNPACKING ANTISEMITISM with Bob Horenstein

Co-sponsored by Havurah and Temple Emek Shalom and P’nai Or of Portland, and Portland Jewish Federation

Wednesday May 25, 5:00 PM via Zoom

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A 2020 survey of American adults revealed that nearly half did not know what antisemitism is, and one out of five said they had never heard of the word. This at a time when we are seeing an alarming rise in antisemitic incidents and hate crimes in the Portland area and throughout the US. Awareness and

Guest Speaker from Israel, Aviv Attia of StandWithUs Northwest

Wednesday, 5/11/22, 5 PM via Zoom

Legitimate Criticism of Israel vs. Antisemitism: When Does It Cross the Line? In this presentation, you will learn how to determine when criticism of the State of Israel crosses the line into antisemitism. We will examine the “3-D Test” and see how it is expressed in the internationally-accepted IHRA definition of

FIRST HYBRID IN-PERSON & ZOOM SHABBAT MORNING!

Saturday, April 30, 10:30 AM

Join Maggidah Cyrise, the Asiyah Trio, Rabbi David Zaslow and friends for a Shabbat Morning celebration. This will be a hybrid IN PERSON and ZOOM Shabbat. We will fill our sanctuary with song as the Asiyah Trio brings the music of our morning prayers to life along with YOUR voices!!

Community Passover Seder on Zoom

Join Rabbi David, Devorah and others for our Seder on the 2nd night of Pesach, Saturday, April 16th, 5 PM. Prepare your Seder plate, if possible, so you will have the ritual foods as we progress through the Haggadah, which will be shared on screen.

Hebrew Goddess

with Maggidah Cyrise

Mondays, January 24 and 31, 6:30 PM

Judaism and the Goddess. An exploration of the Divine Feminine in Hebraic Theology.
Does the Jewish tradition really contain a female deity? How does Judaism understand the idea of the “Goddess”? Is there a tradition of priestesshood in Judaism? How can these ideas enrich and balance our modern spiritual practice?

This two-week class will explore these questions and guide participants in their introduction to the Hebrew Goddess.

Class Fee- Sliding scale $8-$18. Register by CLICKING HERE to make your donation, then email ayala@ashlandhavurah.org for the Zoom link. The class will be recorded.

Zot Hanukkah!

Join us for a wonderful celebration of the Eight Night of Hanukkah on Sunday, December 5 at 7:00 PM on Zoom!

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Rabbi David will lead us in Candle Lighting, Devorah will share a Hanukkah story, Morah Cyrise and Allen