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NFTY/TEFTY Spring Kallah

Jacobs Camp 3863 Morrison Rd, Utica

NFTY SO SPRING KALLAH Friday, March 8 through Sunday, March 10 Space-available registration only. Contact Monika Singletary to register at monika@ourtemple.org Get ready for a fun-packed, teen-powered weekend at Jacobs Camp! Come join Jewish teens from across the Deep South and beyond! Spring Kallah 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.

Torah Study – TEE

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Join us to study Torah with Rabbi Wright and Cantor Wittner.

Event Series Love, Pray, & Eat Shabbat Service

Love, Pray, & Eat Shabbat Service – TEE

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Join us for our new once-a-month Shabbat morning experience at Temple Emanu-El, Love, Pray, & Eat! The Rabbi &/or Cantor will lead this casual Saturday morning service focusing on lessons from the Torah. Our worship will be interactive, engaging, and uplifting. A delicious catered lunch will follow the service. 10:00 AM - Shabbat service in Hess Chapel Followed by a catered lunch in Weil Hall. RSVP to Jan Hirsch, 972-358-6399 or cookiemom88@gmail.com

Free

Tot Shabbat with Robin Berger

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham

Families with children aged 5 and younger are invited to join us at 10:30 am on the 2nd Saturday of every month in the Halpern-Levitt KidZone for a fun and interactive musical Shabbat service, followed by a kid friendly kiddush lunch. November 18 - Jewish Pride Shabbat December 9 - Chanukah Tot Shabbat January 13 - "Princess/Superhero" Tot Shabbat February 10 - Dino Tot Shabbat March 9 - Pre-Purim Pizzaz April 13 - Pre-Passover Tot Shabbat May 11 - Blue and White Shabbat

Kiddush Conversation: “Interfaith Matters: Embracing Everyone—the New Narrative about Intermarriage and Conservative Judaism”

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham

Join us after Kiddush luncheon, approx. 1:00 p.m, for a talk by Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Keren McGinity, USCJ Interfaith Specialist Research Associate, Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University. Dr. McGinity will also be giving a D'var Torah during services, titled, " "Living Our Values: Torah from a Jew Named McGinity." Part of Temple Beth El’s Interfaith Shabbat Weekend Supported by the Birmingham Jewish Foundation, as well as the Suzanne and Howard Bearman adult education fund and TBE Rejuvenation Fund of the Temple Beth El Foundation.

Celebrate Interfaith!

Monday Night Brewing

Join TBE for a celebration of our interfaith community at Monday Night Brewing; taco buffet, cash bar, and short talk by Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Keren McGinity. Information on tickets coming soon. Faith-Off!” What Can We Learn from Pop Culture?” From Sex in the City to Jon Stewart, interfaith couples and parenting are omnipresent in popular culture. How does fiction imitate life and what can parents do to create more shalom bayit (peace in the home)? Part of Temple Beth El’s Interfaith Shabbat Weekend Supported by the Birmingham Jewish Foundation, as well as the Suzanne and Howard Bearman adult education fund and TBE Rejuvenation Fund of the Temple Beth El Foundation.