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Join us to commemorate the giving of the Torah
as we study, pray and rejoice.

Multiple Sessions featuring 30+ Presenters from Northeast Ohio.

Please REGISTER by Thursday, June 2 if you plan to attend in person.

Click HERE for full schedule of sessions times, teachers and topics.

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All sessions will be in person
See the FLIER to view the complete list of classes and presenters.

Live streaming available for the following classes below.

DAVID J. & RUTH A. MOSKOWITZ SANCTUARY
STREAM HERE

7:00 pm: Cantor Aaron Shifman, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation: How to Make Prayer More Meaningful
7:50 pm: Rabbi Hal Rudin-Luria, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation: Rebuilding Trust: A Jewish Response
8:40 pm: Rabbi Michael Ungar, Beth El-The Heights Synagogue: Ruth & Why We Should Proselytize
9:30 pm: Stephen H. Hoffman, Chairman, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation &
              Erika Rudin-Luria, President, Jewish Federation of Cleveland
              Operation Moses, Solomon & Today: Bringing Ethiopian Olim Home to Israel
11:00 pm: Rabbi Steve Segar, Kol HaLev: Exploring the Tension Between Traditional & Personal Meaning Within Jewish Prayer


HALPERN HALL
STREAM HERE
(This stream will be listed as the Linden Courtyard)

7:00 pm: Rabbi Scott Roland, Shaarey Tikvah Congregation: What is Halacha & Should I Care? Your Answer Might Surprise You!
7:50 pm: Jay Leberman, Head of School, Joseph & Florence Mandel Jewish Day School: 
              Aphrodite & the Rabbis: You Thought that Rabbinic Judaism Rejected Greco-Roman Culture?
8:40 pm: Judge Dan Polster: Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue
11:00 pm: Ginny Galili, Head of School, Gross Schechter Day School: The American Civil War: Pesach Connections
12:00 am: Dr. Aaron Goldenberg, Assistant Professor of Bioethics at CWRU: 
               Jewish Genetics: The Benefits & Limitations of Genetic Testing for Health & Ancestry
12:50 am: Sarah Foster, Manager-Jewish Education & Graduate Program, Cleveland Hillel Foundation: 
               Na’aseh V’nishma: Acting Towards Understanding
1:40 am: Elise Braverman-Plotkin, MA Talmud, JTS: Bikkurim (The First Fruits): What, Why & Still Relevant Today?
2:40 am: Rabbi Miriam Geronimus, Cleveland Jewish Collective: The Gift of Shmittah (The Sabbatical Year)


NICKMAN CHAPEL
STREAM HERE

7:00 pm: Rabbi Michael Ross, Temple Beth Shalom, Hudson & Hillel at Kent State University: 
              Book of Ruth: Lifting the Voice of the Stranger
7:50 pm: Rabbi Jeremy Lipton, Beth El Congregation, Akron: The Ten Commandments: A View from Above & Below
8:40 pm: Rabbi David Komerofsky, Temple Israel, Canton: Why Us? Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories
11:00 pm: Rabbi Enid C. Lader, Beth Israel - The West Temple: An Exploration of Psalm 23
12:00 am: Dr. Dale Levy, President, Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs KIO Region: Are the Mitzvot Still Relevant?


Our other presenters will be in person, but their sessions will not be streamed.

Dr. Sylvia Abrams, Retired Dean, Siegal College of Judaic Studies: Morningside Heights by Joshua Henkin
Ken Bravo, Immediate Past President, International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies: Tips for Your Jewish Genealogy
Rabbi Rachel Brown, Founder, Camp Timbrel: Spiritually Receiving Torah: A Jewish Meditation Experience
Rabbi Rachel Davidson, Chaplain Resident, VA Medical Center: What We Learn from Jewish Death Rituals
Rabbi Chase Foster, jHUB: Celebrating PRIDE: Our Search for Wholeness
Rabbi Josh Foster, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation: Unrolling the Entire Torah: A Visual Exploration
Cheryl Gordon, Jewish Educator, MAT-MSJS: Restrictive or Liberating? Crafting your Personal Shabbat
Rabbi Peter Haas, CWRU Professor Emeritus: What Does Adon Olam Affirm?
Bob Jacob, Managing Editor, Cleveland Jewish News: A Week in the Newsroom-An Insider's Look
Rabbi Melinda Mersack, Director of jHUB: Welcoming Interfaith Families in Jewish Spaces
Michael Milgrom, Retired Attorney, Devotee of Modern Hebrew Literature: Yochi Brandes: The Secret Book of Kings
Rabbi Shalom Plotkin, Owner of Right at Home: Why is Hashem (G-d) Called the Healer of a Broken Heart?
Rabbi Hal Rudin-Luria, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation: Midnight Hike to Mount Sinai

See the FLIER to view the complete list of classes and presenters.

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Community-Wide Tikkun Leil Shavuot Committee
Harriet Rosenberg Mann - Chair
Richard Berkowitz - Vice Chair
Rabbi Hal Rudin - Luria - B'nai Jeshurun Congregation
Shani Kadis - Membership & Programming Director, B'nai Jeshurun Congregation


Sponsored by:

 

and the
Estelle and Dr. Milton Rosenbergז Tikkun Leil Study Session Fund.

Thank you to our co-sponsors!
Click logos below to view their websites and
for additional Shavuot programs.

     

       

           

            

                 

Thank you to our friend supporters for their generous donations.
 

Support for the community-wide Tikkun Leil Shavuot Program is greatly appreciated.
Donations should be designated for the Tikkun Leil Shavuot Study Session Fund and made
c/o B'nai Jeshurun Congregation, 27501 Fairmount Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124 or go to bnaijeshurun.org/donate.
 


View last year's Shavuot 5781 Tikkun@Home Program
All of the Tikkun@Home pre-recorded lessons featuring NEO's premier rabbis, cantors, educators and thought-leaders  are available for viewing.To view the webpage with the link to our YouTube Channel, the full list of presenters, co-sponsors and more information click here. From there, you can scroll down and click the presenters' name to view their pre-recorded session or go to our Tikkun@Home YouTube Channel. Thanks for learning with us!

 

Sun, May 29 2022 28 Iyyar 5782