Jewish Studio Project Comes to Bonai Shalom in February

Rabbi Adina Allen

Overcome your creative inhibition!  February 10-11, 2019. Join Rabbi Adina Allen of the Jewish Studio Project and the Bonai Shalom community for a weekend of hands-on workshops and interactive Torah study. Rabbi Adina will share JSP’s innovative methodology for creative exploration and deep Jewish inquiry.  Together we will explore the power of creativity to make life more meaningful, Judaism more vibrant and the world more just. Rabbi Adina Allen is co-founder and Creative Director of the Jewish Studio Project. Adina has taught clergy, educators and lay leaders in hundreds of Jewish communal institutions across the country about the power of creativity to revitalize our lives and transform Jewish tradition.  For more information about the project visit www.jewishstudioproject.org.  Schedule and more details to come! 

From their website: The Jewish Studio Project (JSP) was created to provide a new entryway into Judaism – one in which creativity is a pathway for connecting to tradition, cultivating community and, ultimately, bringing more good into the world. Judaism belongs to all of us. It requires all of our voices. JSP’s innovative framework fosters creative empowerment and ownership over Jewish tradition and opens up access to those who have for too long felt on the margins of the Jewish experience.

About Kit Colorado

I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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