Adventure Judaism Hosting “Israeli in Residence” Molly Livingstone

Our congregation is thrilled to host Molly Livingstone, a professional speaker and comedian from Israel, from Dec 3-10. Join us at one of the upcoming events. We’ve listed them below and hope you will join us! 

Then, on December 11, join us for an online class on the background of the Gaza war with Rabbi Shavit-Lonstein. Don’t miss out on this informative class. More info below. 

Who is Molly?
– A stand-up comedian
– Professional Speaker
– An American who made aliyah
– Involved in the tech industry, helping Arab start-ups succeed
– A mother of four kids ages 5-13
– The wife of David, who is now on the front fighting to defend Israel

Molly is in the US on a speaking tour sponsored by JNF, Nefesh B’Nefesh, Jewish Colorado, The Boulder JCC, Boulder Judaism, and Adventure Judaism. She will be sharing with American Jews her perspective of life in Israel. She will make us cry but she will also make us laugh. That is after all, how Jews have coped for centuries.

Please join me in creating a warm welcome for Molly and her four children.

December 6: At the Boulder JCC
From the Inside- Understanding Jewish Peoplehood, Israel, and Our Future

Wednesday, December 6 | 7 – 8:30 pm | FREE

Molly brings her perspective as an American-Israeli raising four children in Jerusalem, while her husband continues to fight for Israel and the Jewish people. This is an authentic conversation to shed light in the darkness, the resilience of the startup nation’s innovations, community strength, and Jewish Peoplehood around the world.

Molly Livingstone, is a mother of 4, a professional speaker, tech worker, and an American who moved to Israel and made it her home. She will share her journey to Israel and share her experience with the “new normal” in Israel since the massacres of October 7th.

You may cry, but she will also make you laugh. Molly’s goal is to inform, enlighten, and empower. You can follow her @thebigfalafel on Instagram.

This program is supported by Jewish Colorado and Adventure Judaism.

December 8: at Boulder Judaism
Shabbat Dinner and Discussion

Friday, December 8 | 6 pm | $25 

Join us for a delicious Shabbat meal (Chany’s challah is the best) and a conversation with Molly Livingstone. You will experience the joy and warmth of an Orthodox Shabbat celebration while joining in an inspiring conversation. Don’t miss out on this intimate and warm event. 

December 11: Online
Light in Dark Times: Israel, Hannukah and Hope – Online with Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein 

Monday, December 11 | 7-8:30 pm | Free for members, guests $20

Join us for an online class session focusing on hope in times of difficulty. We will examine the history and precedent for the current war in Israel, providing an overview of the conflict, and context for the violence. Hannukah and its message of survival and empowerment will provide us with some inspiration for how we navigate the current crisis. 

There is no fee for members and non-members pay only $20.  You must register to receive the Zoom link.

Where: Zoom, Please register to receive the link

Fee: Free for members, guests $20

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