UPCOMING AT KOLOT
5:00pm The Bible Players featuring Assistant Director of Education, Andrew Davies, visit CLP (at PSJC) with their comedy Purim spiel Mordy and Esther to the Rescue. CLP parents invited to join.
4:45pm Torah sofer (scribe) Neil Terman comes to speak to B'nai Mitzvah students. Parents invited to join.
7:00pm Race Task Force House Meeting 495 Argyle Road between Ditmas and Dorchester. We are happy to announce a new round of House Meetings on Race. These are being organized by Kolot's Task Force on Race in response to an outpouring of interest among those of you who participated in the first round and wanted to continue the conversation. All are welcome to this latest conversation about race and racism and how we as Jews wrestle with these issues. Please RSVP to Pam Potischman at Pam@pamazon.com and let Pam know if you need childcare.
7:00pm Locally Grown Shabbat by and for 20s and 30s. This week, led by Simcha Halpert-Hanson and Sherri Cohen. Please bring a substantial vegetarian entree for our potluck. Email Joe or Alana for more information.
Saturday, 3/8: International Women's Day!
9:00am Torah Study led by Jonathan Gold
10:30am Services led by Rabbi Lippmann & Cantor Lisa B. Segal, with d'var Torah by Josh Rubin.
10:00am-12:00pm Purim-themed Kolot K'tanim!
WHAT'S NEXT for Kolot?!
Join Kolot Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives and special guest Rabbi Sid Schwarz on Monday, March 24 as we begin a community learning and exploration process about our future. kolotchayeinu.org/whatsnext and RSVP here.
Purim is coming right up!
March 15, Saturday: 5pm, children's celebration
7:30pm, adult & older children's party!
March 16, Sunday: 11am brunch by & for multi-racial families at the home of Ruth Cohen & Bob Usdin: RSVP to email@example.com
1-4pm Kolot-youth-built-Kolot-youth-run Family Carnival Day at Union Temple
Featuring exquisite, lovingly handbuilt, topsy turvey & social justice-themed carnival games! Yiddish, Hebrew, and Ladino Music! Food! An excerpt from the Aftselokhes Spectacle Committee's Purimshpiel! Fun for all ages! $5-15 suggested donation; no one turned away.
The next Storah Steps for babies will be in May.
See the sermons, drashot and prayers
written by our Rabbi, members and visitors
for Kolot Chayeinu during the High Holydays HERE