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April 2020

Thu, April 2, 2020
7:00 PM

How Will This Feel Like Pesach? With Rabbi Lilly Kaufman

This year, our holiday of freedom, zman heruteinu, will pose unprecedented challenges. Some of us will feel isolated from friends and family, some unable to share favorite foods or songs, some unable to clean and cook as we are accustomed. How will we successfully create that holiday spirit? How will we deal with our worries and disappointment? Please join this Zoom call with Rabbi Lilly Kaufman to share our concerns and worries, plus our ideas and hopes for how to make this,…

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Sun, April 5, 2020
7:00 PM

Scenes from the Haggadah and History

While the "Zoom Seders" of our current reality may seem unprecedented to many of us -- throughout Jewish history, our ancestors have had to adapt the traditional Seder time and time again to celebrate Pesach during unusual times and in unconventional circumstances. Join Rabbi Yael Hammerman to explore the themes of our Haggadah together, and be inspired by the resilience and experience of Seders past.

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Wed, April 8, 2020
9:00 AM

Zoom Siyyum WIth Rabbi Kalmanofsky

On the Wednesday April 8, the morning before the Seder at 9am, please join Rabbi Kalmanofsky to conclude Tractate Berakhot.

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Thu, April 9, 2020
7:00 PM

Second Night Seder

We wish we were hosting our usual public Seder, but that is obviously impossible. Under normal circumstances, we would not choose to have a seder through electronic media, but these are not normal circumstances. Given all the social distancing, we need some communal togetherness. So we are going to Zoom Through the Haggadah for those who want it.  On Thursday, April 9 at 7 pm please join us at https://anschechesed.org/2ndSeder. No prior registration is necessary. But if you're planning on joining…

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Tue, April 14, 2020
2:00 PM

Kaplan and Heschel on the Meaning of Freedom with Rabbi Bill Plevan

Mordecai Kaplan and Abraham Joshua Heschel offered starkly different theological orientations to Judaism. At the same time, they both believed that American Jews should participate in the pursuit of social justice within American society as an expression of Jewish ideals. In this session, join AC member, Rabbi Bill Plevan to look at Kaplan and Heschel's conception of freedom in light of their common concern for justice and each one's unique theological vision. JOIN VIA ZOOM

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