Service options at 6:15pm: Havurah (Beit Midrash) & Reform (Student Lounge).
Some background on our two service options...
- Havurah is a traditional egalitarian Carlebach-style minyan that strives to create a prayer experience full of ruach (spirit), song, and meaningful connection.
- Reform Minyan is an open, inclusive service that draws from the music and traditions of the Reform movement. We welcome participants of all backgrounds to join us for singing, prayer, and discussion.
7:30pm: Kiddush (blessing over grape juice) and Free Shabbat Dinner (Social Hall)
9:00pm: Tisch which means table in Yiddish, is a chance for a more intimate yet structured enjoyment of shabbat. Students from a variety of faith traditions are welcomed and encouraged to participate by offering teachings from their own religion, stories of faith, or songs that are particularly resonant.
10:30pm: Interfaith Service and Text Study: A multifaith service filled with song, prayer, and discussion
12:30pm: Lunch, featuring a discussion hosted by Jews of Mixed Identity (J-MI)
1:30pm: Interrogating Interfaith: Race, Religion, and Justice in Interfaith Dialogue - Join the Hillel Initiative for Racial Awareness and Justice (HIRAJ) to discuss the concepts of "interfaith" and "religion," focusing on where these terms come from and what they leave out.
5:45pm: Third Meal and Havdalah (the service to end Shabbat)