Rabbi Deborah J. Brin Jewish Ceremonies, Rituals & Pastoral Counseling ©2020 Rabbi Deborah J. Brin — Member: Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
Rabbi Deborah J. Brin Albuquerque, New Mexico Jewish Ceremonies, Rituals & Pastoral Counseling
Rabbi Deborah J. Brin To our If Not Now, When? friends: Thanks to all of you who helped to organize and attend the If Not Now, When? monthly seminars. Your support to bring learning and connection to our community is deeply appreciated. We started the effort in January, 2017, coinciding with the inauguration of a new president. Sharing our apprehension and fears about what that transition would mean, we held our first session and called it, “What's a Jew to Do?” One thing we decided to do was to continue getting together, once a month, to talk about a broad range of topics, from Haman to the many women largely unrecognized in the Bible. Together, we enjoyed a seder to mark Tu B'Shevat, prepared for the High Holidays and celebrated Mother Earth. And so we feel like we have succeeded in our mission. I will still be teaching classes at Nahalat Shalom, though we need to wait a little while and see what shape it will take once we can meet face to face again. Please stay tuned. Once we get beyond the current restrictions imposed by coronavirus pandemic we will be able to reimagine what I will be teaching at Nahalat Shalom. Thank you again for your support, and I wish everyone continues to practice good Covid-19 protocols and takes care – spiritually, emotionally and physically. Rabbi Deborah J. Brin
Mishkan of the Heart
Rabbi Deborah J. Brin Personalized Ceremonies, Rituals & Pastoral Counseling ©2020 Rabbi Deborah J. Brin
Rabbi Deborah J. Brin Albuquerque, New Mexico USA Personalized Ceremonies, Rituals & Pastoral Counseling
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To our If Not Now, When? friends: Thanks to all of you who helped to organize and attend the If Not Now, When? monthly seminars. Your support to bring learning and connection to our community is deeply appreciated. We started the effort in January, 2017, coinciding with the inauguration of a new president. Sharing our apprehension and fears about what that transition would mean, we held our first session and called it, “What's a Jew to Do?” One thing we decided to do was to continue getting together, once a month, to talk about a broad range of topics, from Haman to the many women largely unrecognized in the Bible. Together, we enjoyed a seder to mark Tu B'Shevat, prepared for the High Holidays and celebrated Mother Earth. And so we feel like we have succeeded in our mission. I will still be teaching classes at Nahalat Shalom, though we need to wait a little while and see what shape it will take once we can meet face to face again. Please stay tuned. Once we get beyond the current restrictions imposed by coronavirus pandemic we will be able to reimagine what I will be teaching at Nahalat Shalom. Thank you again for your support, and I wish everyone continues to practice good Covid-19 protocols and takes care – spiritually, emotionally and physically. Rabbi Deborah J. Brin