How can prayer be interpreted and used as a tool for spiritual resistance? Using Siddur and his book, “This Grateful Heart,” Aldan Solovy will explore five ways to engage in prayer as spiritual resistance: healing the soul, bridging divides, tikun olam, political opposition and political defiance. Alden Solovy spreads joy and excitement for prayer. A poet and liturgist, his work has been used by people of all faiths throughout the world. He’s written more than 600 pieces of new liturgy, offering a fresh new Jewish voice, challenging the boundaries between poetry, meditation, personal growth and prayer. This event will be held at Bonai Shalom on April 5th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and is free and open to the community. RSVP here, please.
In this presentation on Monday, February 26 at the Boulder JCC, Jonathan will share details and photos from the trip. He will talk about who he met with, what he learned, and how he was inspired.
There is a long, complicated history of Jewish women in photography, especially color—which extends from Eastern to Central to Western Europe, Britain, and the United States.