Date(s) - 09/17/2018
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Manhattan Jewish Experience
Join Rabbi Mark Wildes and young Jewish professionals Monday, September 17@ 8 to eat, drink, mingle and discuss:
How do we channel Yom Kippur to confront our personal feelings of hurt, revenge and forgiveness? Are we really expected to “forgive and forget”? What is the healthy way to confront our loved ones after the hurt, to maintain our relationships?
Why is Yom Kippur the holiest day in the Jewish calendar? What is forgiveness? What is the right way to atone for sins between man & God and those committed against another person? Does God really seal our judgement on this day? Why do we refrain from eating and drinking?
Gather to eat, drink,mingle and learn in a warm and relaxed setting. Beginners welcome!
Cost is $5. Donations welcome.
8:00 Light Dinner and Drinks
8:15 Yom Kippur Workshop with Rabbi Mark Wildes
You can still register for Yom Kippur Services & Breakfast with MJE!
MJE is a non-profit organization that offers classes, Friday night dinners, retreats, parties, Shabbat and Holiday beginner services to a community of young Jewish professionals in their 20s and 30s
For info email firstname.lastname@example.org