Thursday, April 26th
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Programs for April 26, 2018
Jewish tradition teaches that we are both body and soul. As we age, we are challenged by diminished physical capacity, loss, and unexpected changes in our lives, yet our souls can continue to expand. Open yourself to the possibilities, as expressed by Rabbi Eva Robbins' comprehensive concept of SOAR, a four-prong outline of the necessary... [More...]Find out more »
The Complex Inner World of Jewish Teens in a #metoo World – How to Support Them During These Challenging and Exciting Years.
Please join us for a dynamic and informative session on the joys and challenges of raising healthy, modern Jewish teens in a #metoo world. Moving Traditions' California Regional Director Alisha Pedowitz, will lead an exploration of some of the major pressures and issues (anxiety, sexuality, conflict with authority, social media, etc.) facing Jewish teens today--and... [More...]Find out more »
For teens only! Explore what it means to be a teen in a #metoo reality including the stress, the pressure and conflicting messages about gender and sexuality and learn strategies to stay healthy and happy through these challenging and exciting years.Find out more »
Learn how Jewish tradition and spiritual principles come together as we co-create our vision and the next steps we will take to create fuller inclusion of Jewish adults in our synagogues, workplaces and community organizations.Find out more »
Eighty percent of Jewish adults believe it's important to talk about one's hopes, dreams, values and fears as they approach the latter phase of their lives. However, only twenty percent have had a sacred conversation with a loved one, or designated power of attorney, about what is important to us. How will our values help... [More...]Find out more »
Gratitude is a fundamental value in Jewish tradition. It benefits our spiritual well being and enables us to approach our lives in a healthy manner. This session will explore both Jewish sources and practices to develop a daily gratitude practice that will change our souls and how we look at the world.Find out more »
A critical way that we pass down our values and our identity, Ethical Wills are a deeply significant part of advanced care planning that often get overlooked. IKAR has worked with a team of experts in the field to create Jewishly themed content meant to help individuals begin thinking about their Ethical Wills, as well... [More...]Find out more »