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Ancient Emojis Discovered in the Talmud

I always thought that emojis were a recent thing. So, imagine my shock when this morning I was studying tractate Ketubot in the Talmud, written in 200 CE, and the discussion was about smiley face emojis!

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Adventure Sunday School Program for 5-6th Graders: Ropes Course, Hikes, Friendship and Fun

Bar Mitzvah Class Climbs Deer Mountain

“The goal of ARK is to provide some really strong touchpoints that anchor the kids to Judaism, while not asking too much of their time. We try to pack learning-adventure-fun-and friendship into a very concise time frame, and I think we are good at it.”

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D’var Shana by Eliza Serlen

As part of their Bat Mitzvah or Bar Mitzvah ceremony, graduates of Adventure Judaism's Adventure B'nai Mitzvah class are asked to write a Dvar Shana, thoughts about the year. Eliza Serlen became a Bat Mitzvah on June 15, 2019 and this is her D'var Shana.

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Adventure Educator Wanted

The Adventure Rabbi Program is expanding yet again and is hiring an additional full-time, Boulder-based Educator.

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Free Shabbat Hikes with Adventure Rabbi for All Ages

This Shabbat, July 18, 2015 from 9:00 am-11:15 am, both our adult hike and our family hikes will be free. Come meet our Educator Elaine Barenblat (leading the hike for kids and their adults) and Rabbi Jamie Korngold (leading the hike for adults). Find out what we do and how we do and if it might be a good fit for you.

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Teens! Teens! Teens!

The Adventure Rabbi Teens group is preparing for their next fun-filled year together, and invite next year's potential cohort to join them for an evening program to find out what all the buzz is about.

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Adventure Rabbi Congregation’s Sefer Torah Nears Completion, Leaves Israel

The Torah scroll the Adventure Rabbi Congregation commissioned has begun its journey from Jerusalem, Israel to Moab, Utah, where it will be presented to our congregation at Passover Seder in Moab retreat. You can still help.

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