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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.

PJ Library Shalom Baby Playdate!

LJCC Senior Lounge 3960 Montclair Rd, Birmingham

PJ Library Shalom Baby Playdate! For parents and children ages 0-24 mo

Event Series Religious School

Religious School

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Gail & Jeffrey Bayer Religious School K-7th Grade Register at: https://ourtemple.shulcloud.com/form/rs-registration-23-24.html

Event Series Jewish History Class

Jewish History Class

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham

Led by Rabbi Adam Wright, this class introduces learners to the major events, personalities, and trends in Jewish history, from the ancient Near East to the present. Spanning three millennia and five continents, the class explores and investigates the origins of the Jewish people, its experience as an autonomous community and as a displaced minority in the Diaspora religious system and its foundational texts, as well as its encounters with different cultures and ideas.

Free

Run For Their Lives BHAM

JCC Soccer Field 3960 Montclair Rd, Mountain Brk

About Run for Their Lives: Run for Their Lives is aiming to be a global movement of local communities, building a wide awareness of the hostages that are currently held by Hamas. We do it by meeting weekly in each neighborhood, and going for a short run or a walk, wearing a branded outfit so that we stand out. We are doing it quietly, not disturbing the peace of our communities, but making sure to stand out and to address questions. We welcome everyone who supports this goal to join us. Why are we doing this? There are over 200 people captured by Hamas, most of them civilians, including children, women, and elderly. Keeping them captive is inhumane, and they must be released NOW. We believe that the world leaders can help by putting pressure on Hamas, by showing Hamas that the world condemns this captivity of civilians. Making this a global movement can help draw the attention of people of impact. Who leads this? Local communities are working independently, and can decide on their own processes and principles to follow. It started with a group of Israelis in the Bay Area, CA, and we’re supporting local communities by guiding […]