Friday July 8, 6:15 – 7:30 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat Evening Service
Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants. (If the weather permits, we will worship outdoors on the patio of the Meeting House.) A dairy vegetarian potluck Shabbat dinner follows services
Tuesday, July 19, 7 - 8:30 PM
Study Session with Rabbi Stiefel
For ten weeks, during June and August, ten different congregational rabbis will teach topics from Rabbi Art Green's book, Judaism’s 10 Best Ideas. On Tuesday July 19, Rabbi Stiefel will teach on the chapter, L'Hayyim - To Life!, Accepting Death, Affirming Life. Co-sponsored by Hineni: Adult Jewish Learning and Contemplative Practices.
Saturday July 23, 9:30 AM-noon
Shabbat Morning Service
Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants followed by Kiddush and dairy vegetarian potluck lunch
Sunday, August 7, 2016, 4:00 to 5:30 PM
The Ornament of the World: How Muslims, Jews, and Christians Created a Culture of Tolerance in Medieval Spain, by Maria Rosa Menocal
At the home of Ina and Larry Gravitz (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the address)
Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are held at
4401 York Ave S (Friends Meeting House).
Mayim Rabim Congregation is offering challah boards for sale – maple, laminated with wood strips laser engraved with the "Hamotzi" (approximately 8 x 14 ½ inches). These beautiful boards make great gifts for simchahs (weddings, bar/bat mitzvah), housewarmings, and holidays. They are designed and hand made by our president wood artist Marc Lamm who donates the boards to Mayim Rabim so the proceeds can support the work of the congregation.
The price is $58.19, tax included. To order, click the “donate” button below or send your check to Mayim Rabim Congregation, 2751 Hennepin Avenue S, Suite 236, Minneapolis, MN 55408. Note the number of boards ordered in the memo section. Pickup/delivery can be arranged or add $10 for shipping.
Mayim Rabim Congregation
Most events held at 4401 York Ave S.
2751 Hennepin Ave. S. #236
Minneapolis, MN 55408
Mayim Rabim Congregation, founded in 1992, is affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. We are an urban Jewish community that comprises people of diverse ages, abilities, sexual orientations, cultural backgrounds, and financial resources. We strive to create and sustain spaces that enhance the practice of Judaism in the contemporary world; to that end, we are a house of prayer, of study, and tikkun olam (the repair of the world). As Reconstructionists, we view Judaism as an evolving religious civilization and claim a shared heritage with all Jews.
We are an inclusive, heymish congregation and we welcome visitors!
Click here to read Rabbi Stiefel's article on Reconstructionism and Mayim Rabim at TCJewfolk!
If you would like to make a donation to Mayim Rabim,