Whether you are cooking for the pre-fast meal or sitting in the office; whether Yom Kippur is a serious matter for you or less—you are welcome to turn on Zoom, relax with a drink in hand and dive into the inspiration of music, singing and conversation.
Alicia Jo Rabins and Sonya Sanford will talk, sing and read poetry around Yom Kippur during these confusing times, about closeness and distances, self-acceptance and nourishment of body and mind.
Alicia Jo Rabins
is a writer, musician, performer and Torah teacher. Alicia is the creator and performer of Girls in Trouble, an indie-folk song cycle about women in Torah with accompanying curriculum, and the independent feature film, A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff
. She is the author of two award-winning poetry collections, Divinity School
and Fruit Geode
, and a forthcoming book about early parenthood through Jewish texts and traditions, which will be published by Behrman House in fall 2022. Visit her at aliciajo.com
is a chef, writer and cooking instructor in Portland, Oregon. Sonya specializes in diasporic modern Jewish food, seasonal and sustainable cooking, as well as Russian Jewish cuisine. She shares her recipes and food stories at sonyasanford.com
, and on Instagram at @sonyamichellesanford
This program is offered through a partnership between the Oshman Family JCC and BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change
, an Israeli nonprofit that combines Jewish learning, social action and community building. BINA's international programs include opportunities to live, study, explore, teach and volunteer in Israel. To sign up for updates directly from BINA, click here
Wednesday, September 15
10:00–11:00 AM PST | 1:00–2:00 PM EST
Online via Zoom
Free | Please RSVP to receive Zoom link
Contact: Tova Birnbaum | [email protected]