THROUGH THE END OF JUly 2021, NO FACE TO FACE EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE.
WE WILL CONTINUE TO ASSESS THE SITUATION REGARDING FUTURE EVENTS. 
                  Contact office @mayimrabim.org for Zoom links.
Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are held at 4401 York Ave S, Minneapolis.

Saturday July 24, 10-11:30 AM, 
Shabbat Morning Service

Evening of Tuesday July 27
God Café, with RRC student 
Sarah Brammer-Shlay
Fernhill Park Shelter – in person!

Sunday August 1, 10:30 – noon

Mayim Rabim Book Group

Caste (2nd half), by Isabel Wilkerson


Friday August 6, 6:15 – 7:15 PM, Kabbalat Shabbat


Sunday August 14, 5 PM

Picnic, Fern Hill Park Shelter – in person!

 

Saturday August 21, 10-11:30 AM, Shabbat Morning Service

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Read on for a wide variety of online services and programs offered by Reconstructing Judaism and local organizations.
 
The Reconstructionist movement website has a day by day listing of dozens of online prayer services, classes, meditation, kid's activities, etc.  These are being offered free, by Reconstructionist congregations around the country as well as by faculty and staff from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.
Check daily for updates


The movement is also offering a weekly Virtual Shabbat Box with
essays, meditations and other resources for your senses that you can download and digest for Shabbat. 
https://www.reconstructingjudaism.org/shabbat-box

Twin Cities Resources

Congregations offering Online Shabbat and daily Services 

https://tcjewfolk.com/covid-19-resources/religious-spiritual/

 A directory of local community connections, emergency social services and other resources during time of COVID-19 is at https://tcjewfolk.com/covid-19-resources/

 





POSTPONED: Friday April 17 – Sunday April 19:  Rabbi Maurice Harris,

Reconstructing Judaism, visits Mayim Rabim

 



Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are held at 
4401 York Ave S (Friends Meeting House).












God Cafe
Tuesday, 7/27, 7-9 PM

with Sarah Brammer-Shlay,  outdoors and in person! 
Fern Hill Park Shelter, St. Louis Park
Free and open to the public
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Ever feel like in Jewish spaces, God is mentioned quite frequently in our liturgy/texts, yet not often discussed in our communal conversation? A God Cafe explores how Jews today are connecting with, exploring and wrapping their minds around divinity and what it means for each of us personally. This workshop will be interactive and allow lots of space for everyone to explore this issue for themselves. This is a space for ALL people coming in with various backgrounds, beliefs and questions. 

Sarah Brammer-Shlay is a Twin Cities native, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, and a 4th year student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. She created The God Cafe Project with the goal of creating space for people to explore moments in their lives of Divine connection and grappling.    At the core of her identity as a Jewish leader and community organizer is the desire for people to get out of isolation and into connection.

 Please RSVP to office at mayimrabim.org

 



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All are welcome at our High Holiday services and celebrations.  Click here for a visitor packet with details!

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Mayim Rabim Congregation
THROUGH THE END OF JUly 2021, NO FACE TO FACE EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE. WE WILL CONTINUE TO ASSESS THE SITUATION REGARDING FUTURE EVENTS.    Contact office @mayimrabim.org for Zoom links.
Most events held at 4401 York Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN

Mailing Address
2751 Hennepin Ave. S. #236
Minneapolis, MN 55408


About Us

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!



If you would like to make a donation to Mayim Rabim, click here.
Please consider adding 3% to your donation to cover credit card fees.

Click here to read Rabbi Stiefel's article on Reconstructionism and Mayim Rabim at TCJewfolk!



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