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NFTY/TEFTY Fall Conclave

New Orleans 4238 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans

NFTY SO Fall Conclave Friday, November 3 - Sunday, November 5 Space-available registration only. Contact Monika Singletary to register at monika@ourtemple.org Get ready for a fun-packed, teen-powered weekend in New Orleans! Come join Jewish teens from across the Deep South and beyond! Fall Conclave will include exciting and engaging programs, community building with both existing and new friends, environmental justice-themed topics, and meaningful tefillah experiences! We cannot wait to see you there.

Tot Shabbat

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Join Cantor Wittner and Elizabeth Bloch for a fun and musical Tot Shabbat! Dinner will follow the service. RSVP to Kathryn Pautler at kathryn@ourtemple.org or 205-933-8037. August 2023 - Weekend of Welcome September 2023 - Tot Shabbat in the Sukkah December 2023 - Chanukah Tot Shabbat March 2024 - Purim Tot Shabbat April 2024 - Passover Tot Shabbat

Free

“Let’s Talk About Israel” ft. Steve Kerbel

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham

Program for all teens 8th-12th graders. Come with your thoughts and questions to have a safe and open conversation about the current situation in Israel led by Steve Kerbel, a Jewish educator who specializes in Israel. Steve Kerbel is an independent education consultant in the Greater Washington DC area, and has been involved in Jewish education, formal and informal, youth group, camp, day school and congregational school for the last 30 years. Teen Led Friday Night Service: 5:45 Dinner and Program: 6:45-8:00 TBE Kidzone Dinner Sponsored by Temple Beth-El RSVP to rivac@bjf.org

Shabbat Service Remembering Kristallnacht

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Join us for this moving Shabbat service. Our Temple choir will join us as we remember. "On November 9–10, 1938, Nazi leaders unleashed a series of pogroms against the Jewish population in Germany and recently incorporated territories. This event came to be called Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass) because of the shattered glass that littered the streets after the vandalism and destruction of Jewish-owned businesses, synagogues, and homes." - https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/kristallnacht