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Small Groups at Temple
Interested in connecting with like-minded people who have similar interests? Join our newly forming Small Groups at Temple. Click below for more information; contact Sari if you have questions. email@example.com
(if you need help accessing Zoom, read these tutorials)
Wine @ Nine, every Monday at 9:00 pm
Torah Connections, Wednesdays at 12:30 pm
New Four virtual tours with Noam Rumack, Thursdays from June 25 to July 16 at 12:00 pm
July 7th | 12 noon
Who Am I? What is My Name? The Story of a Child Survivor
With Colleen Fitzpatrick, PhD
Fitzpatrick will share the story, with all its twists and turns, of one survivor who was smuggled out of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1942; Fitzpatrick has been helping her search for her family since 2012.
Fitzpatrick is the founder of Identifinders International and is widely recognized as the founder of modern Forensic Genealogy. She has been heavily involved with Holocaust research in recent years, helping Child Survivors connect with surviving family members even after decades. In addition, Dr. Fitzpatrick has been a key member of the teams that have exposed three international Holocaust literary frauds.
July 14th | 12 noon
Cantor Evan Kent performs excerpts from his one-man show, Shards
Shards celebrates the strength it takes to break apart the things that are holding you back and then to travel as far as it takes to begin to put the pieces together anew to build a better life. In 2013, Kent moved from Los Angeles to Jerusalem. This one-person musical chronicles his story of immigration interwoven with the tale of his grandparents’ immigration from Russia to New York in 1908. It is the story of the continual search for home, homeland, and along the way discovering what you didn’t even know you had lost.
Since in this time of the Coronavirus, it is impossible to take Shards on the road and share it with us in person, Cantor Kent will share select scenes from the show with us via Zoom, followed by a question and answer period.