THROUGH THE END OF AUGUST,  NO FACE TO FACE EVENTS WILL BE HELD AT 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.

Friday, July 17, 4:30 – 5 PM

Preparing for Tisha B’Av: Opening to Grief in our Midst

Study and candle lighting with Rabbi Stiefel

 

Tuesday, July 21, 7 - 8:30 PM

iEngage: Jewish Values and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A 9 Session Shalom Hartman Institute Lecture and Study Series

led by Rabbi Sharon Stiefel

Unit 1- Introduction & Spectrum of Views


Saturday. July 25, 10-11:30 AM

Shabbat Morning Service

Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants

 

Wednesday Evening, July 29, 7:30 PM

Twin Cities Community Tisha B’Av Service

 

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

Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants.

 

Sunday August 9, 10:30 am - noon

Mayim Rabim Book Group

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism

by Robin DiAngelo

 

Tuesday, August 18, 7 - 8:30 PM

iEngage: Jewish Values and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A 9 Session Shalom Hartman Institute Lecture and Study Series

led by Rabbi Sharon Stiefel

Unit 2:  Living with Difference

 

Saturday. August 22, 10-11:30 AM, Shabbat Morning Service

Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants



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: Sun, March 29, 2 PM, Redwood, at the Jungle Theater,
followed by dinner and discussion at Prieto. 

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

Reconstructing Judaism, visits Mayim Rabim

 

POSTPONED: Sunday, April 26, 1 PM, The People’s Violin, Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, followed by a nosh at Cecil’s


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











TISHA B'AV


Wednesday, July 29, 7:30 PM – 9 PM
(contact the office for zoom link)

All are welcome to join us as together we recall the destruction
of the ancient Temple in Jerusalem. The evening begins with a study session conducted by Rabbi Adam Rubin, incoming rabbi
of Beth Jacob, followed by a slightly abridged Maariv service
using slides from the Lev Shalem Siddur. Attendees should
have their own Siddur for the text of the Amidah. We will
conclude with the reading of Eichah. Tisha B’Av recalls the gratuitous hatred- sinat chinam - that existed between Jews
during the Roman period. Having a combined service of congregations from diverse movements represents our
aspirations to create gratuitous love - ahavat chinam.

Observed together by Adath Jeshurun, Mayim Rabim, Sharei Chesed,
Beth Jacob, Mount Zion, Temple Israel, Bet Shalom, Shir Tikvah
and Temple of Aaron congregations








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



Mayim Rabim Congregation
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!




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