Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm, Stevie
Come to Hebrew Table, meeting in Stevie by the salad bar. If you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Megan (email@example.com) or Prof. Sam Shonkoff (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tuesdays, 12:15-1:15pm, Wilder 216
This Tuesday, join together for lunch with friends in the Jewish community. Open to all! This week's theme will be games! Stop by for some childhood treats and board games.
Shabbat Services and Dinner feat. Chinese Food
Fridays, 5:30-8pm, Kosher-Halal Coop
Join together for a community-filled Shabbat experience, starting with services at 5:30pm. This will be followed by a delicious dinner of Chinese food at 7pm.
Traditional Egalitarian Minyan
Saturday, 10-12:30pm, Wilder 216
Join together for singing and community at this traditional egalitarian minyan. Anyone is welcome, regardless of background, affiliation, identity, etc! For more info or to sign up for a role, email Gavi at email@example.com.
Hannukah Candle Lighting
Do you need somewhere to light Hannukah candles? If you're looking to join with others for all eight nights or just for one, please contact Gavi (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Emily (email@example.com), who are welcoming people into their homes each night to light candles.
The Ring Family Film Festival: 1945
Dec. 4, 8pm, Hallock Auditorium
12 August 1945, 11 AM: Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. In the shadow of Russian occupation, the people of the village are preparing for the wedding of the son of the clerk, but the bride's former fiance returns from captivity. Within a few hours, everything changes. Secrets, sins, reckoning, love, betrayal, confrontation.
Pizza will be served at 7:30 p.m., immediately before the movie.
Dec. 8, 8-9:30pm
Come out to this cozy celebration of the festival of lights! There will be latkes, hot drinks, fierce dreidel competition, and more. We will light our menorahs at 8:30pm - feel free to bring your own! Location will be announced soon - check Facebook or next week's Eblast for an update.
New Israel Fund Social Justice Fellowship
The Social Justice Fellowship, now celebrating its 20th anniversary, is a one-of-a kind 10 month experience where fellows spend 4 days a week on the front lines of social change in Israel working at a premiere Israeli non-profit social change organization. In addition to working alongside veteran activists, fellows will also have the added benefit of close contact with experts from Shatil, NIF’s capacity building center and action arm, as well as monthly enrichment programs and study tours on social and political issues. The application deadline is February 1st and the link to the application is http://www.nif.org/sjf.
This eBlast is provided as a service of Oberlin College Hillel in support of thriving pluralistic Jewish life on campus. We welcome all groups and individuals to contribute.
Submissions should be sent to Talia Rodwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.