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Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness5 days ago
As Rabbi Howard Berman says
“Rosh Hashanah proclaims Judaism’s revolutionary teaching that history is not cyclical and static—as other ancient cultures believed—but rather, that human experience is dynamic and evolutionary—always progressing toward new heights and greater revelations of Divine truth. For each of us, personally, this means that we need not be bound by the limitations, patterns and regrets of the past… but rather, that there is always an opportunity to make a fresh start, and begin anew.”
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness4 weeks ago
I thought this was an interesting article
"The difference was that while Jews prayed for such a prospect, they increasingly understood that it was up to humans to work to achieve it. In this, American Jews were influenced by the mainstream Protestantism of the Second Great Awakening, the Transcendentalists and others who substituted human agency for God’s work."
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness2 months ago
"May our journey bring us wisdom, may it bring us peace, may it bring us healing. I would rather die free in the wilderness with you than be a slave in and to the past. Let us go and find those who are fleeing, let us all gather and let us walk together into an uncertain future, a future where we can build the world we dream about. Let us all find our way home."
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness is at Kansas City Convention Center.3 months ago
Greeting people in the Vendor Hall and Sharing information about Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness. If you are at GA please stop by!! Jay Wolin Arthur Kenneth Thexton Paul Oakley
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness3 months ago
UUJA Events at GA 2018

Visit us at our booth, # 418, in the Exhibition Hall!

Join us Friday morning in the Exhibition Hall at 10:45 to find out how Rev. Ana Levy-Lyons’ new book No Other Gods reclaims the Ten Commandments as political resistance. The author will be present, and can sign your copy of her book, available at the UUA Bookstore. Come to our booth for directions to the event.

Our popular Shabbat service will be held in Room 2103B. Service begins Friday evening at 7 pm followed by wine, challah and networking.

Join us Saturday at 3:00 in Room 2102B for discussion on how to include meaningful Jewish celebrations in congregational life and worship. We’ll explore an inclusive approach that appeals to UUs with a Jewish heritage and feel the absence of their tradition in our typical worship services, closing with a Havdalah service.