Join the Humanistic Jewish Shavuot Study Night

The first Humanistic Jewish Shavuot Celebration – Tikkun Leil Shavuot – convenes Thursday, May 28, live from Israel, Canada and across the U.S.

A host of rabbis and movement leaders will engagingly present on topics including the Book of Ruth, Jewish Text and #MeToo, Poetry, Liturgy and Music for Shavuot, Jewish Humor and Children’s Story Time.

Sheila Malcolm

Join Sheila Malcolm, Madrikha/Professional Leader of Beth Ami, with some endearing PJ Library stories. It all begins at 2:00 pm local time, all free, with Zoom registration at www.bit.ly/hjshavuot.

About Sheila Malcolm

Sheila is the professional leader of Beth Ami - CO Congregation for Humanistic Judaism. www.bethami.com

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