Sunday Morning Brunches: Our brunches feature a variety of topics and speakers from the community. Each month, different guest chefs outdo each other in creating a delicious meal. We ask for $6 to help defray the cost of the food. Open to the community.
Books and Bagels: We meet one Sunday each month to discuss books of Jewish interest. We’re a small but dedicated group, and we’d love to have you join our conversations. Contact Carl Wetzstein (email@example.com, 585-266-6982 to confirm that we’re meeting. Free and open to the community.
Torah Study: Chevra Torah meets every Saturday morning from 10-11:30am for in-depth discussions of the weekly Torah portion. Led by Rabbi Drorah Setel, we weave together traditional commentaries with contemporary perspectives and the wisdom of our own experience. Free and open to the community – visitors and guests are warmly welcome.
2019 – 2020 Brunches
Sunday, Nov 10, 11am
Jody Lehr Waite, “Behind the Veil – Revealing the Realities of Life of Saudi Women”
Waite writes, “Many women throughout the world live behind a veil, whether real or perceived. The veil may be imposed by culture, religion, tradition or politics and may have existed for millennia. This presentation explores the various elements within Saudi Arabia which enable those in power (whether religious or political) to maintain women’s subjugation to men with a glimmer of hope towards the future.”
Sunday, Dec 8, 11am
Panel Discussion with Dr. Sandra Mitzner, Hannah Vickner Hough, Esq., and Cary M. Jensen, “Asylum Seekers at the Border: Separation of Children from Families and Jewish Values”
Sunday, Jan 12, 11am
Michael Argaman, “The Political Systems and Social Divisions in Israel”
Sunday, Feb 9, 11am
Adam Chodak, Anchor/Managing Editor, News 8
Sunday, Apr 19, 11am
Dr. Donna Kowal, “Emma Goldman”