Friday, May 23, 2008

Welcome, Jewish Week readers!

If you found your way to Mah Rabu through the URL in the Jewish Week article, welcome! Here are information and links for the other things in the article if you're looking.

Here is the world-famous Hilchot Pluralism series. Reading in order is recommended, and there are some great discussions in the comments.

Here's Jewschool.

Kol Zimrah meets once a month for musical Friday night services and a potluck Shabbat dinner, and the next one will be on Friday, June 13, in a Manhattan park to be announced.

The 2008 National Havurah Committee Summer Institute, a multigenerational nondenominational egalitarian pluralistic gathering of Jewish living and learning, will be August 11-17 at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire (90 minutes from Boston). And yes, there are significant scholarships available. Register now!

Here's a piece about why Kol Zimrah, the NHC, etc., are important.

Sefer Ha-Bloggadah will begin this summer at the NHC Summer Institute and continue until the 2010 Institute. All are invited to take part in this international virtual group study as Sefer Ha-Aggadah celebrates 100 years, and you're also invited to start a non-virtual participating group in your community. To get updates on what's happening next, join the email list, and then starting in August, there will be postings and discussion every day on the blog.

Here's Twizzlers Pull-N-Peel, an important educational tool.

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