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Tot Shabbat

Tot Shabbat is a joyous child-oriented musical 
Sabbath 
Service featuring singing, prayers, a
Torah parade
 . . A Shabbat story . . . Another 
Torah parade, more
 singing  . .  and 
THEN  . . . TA-DA!  Grape juice and challah for
everyone!

Tot Shabbat is held on the second Saturday
morning of each month 
at the Lutheran Church
of the Reformation, 212 East Capitol Street, NE

All Events
  • Wednesday
    Nov  20
    Painful Hope: An Israeli Settler & Palestinian Activist in Dialogue
    Wednesday, Nov 20th 7:00p to 9:30p
    Hill Havurah and Mt. Moriah Baptist Church are co-sponsoring this very special event at Mt. Moriah (1636 East Capitol Street, NE). We hope you can join us! How do Palestinians and Israelis move beyond the cycle of violence that engulfs them? Hanan Schlesinger, an Orthodox rabbi and passionate Zionist settler, and Palestinian Shadi Abu Awwad, the architect and coordinator of the Roots youth movement, share their personal stories and how they are working together to build a better future for their peoples through ROOTS/SHORASHIM/JUDUR. Roots is a Palestinian-Israeli grassroots initiative fostering understanding, non-violence and transformation. This organization facilitates unmediated get-togethers and deep conversations between Palestinians and Israelis living in the West Bank. Our speakers come with no peace plans in place, but with a strong conviction that human understanding and trust are the prerequisites for lasting justice, freedom and peace on the tiny sliver of land they both call home. All are welcome. No registration is required. Following this event, this coming winter, Hill Havurah and Mount Moriah will engage in interfaith text study together on the Holy Land and the conflict, inspired by what we've heard from this event, and using materials from Interfaith Partners for Peace. Please stay tuned for more information on those sessions, and reserve the Wednesday evenings of January 8, January 22, and February 5. How do Palestinians and Israelis move beyond the cycle of violence that engulfs them? Hanan Schlesinger, an Orthodox rabbi and passionate Zionist settler, and Palestinian Shadi Abu Awwad, the architect and coordinator of the Roots youth movement, share their personal stories and how they are working together to build a better future for their peoples through ROOTS/SHORASHIM/JUDUR. Roots is a Palestinian-Israeli grassroots initiative fostering understanding, non-violence and transformation. This organization facilitates unmediated get-togethers and deep conversations between Palestinians and Israelis living in the West Bank. Our speakers come with no peace plans in place, but with a strong conviction that human understanding and trust are the prerequisites for lasting justice, freedom and peace on the tiny sliver of land they both call home. All are welcome. No registration is required. Following this event, this coming winter, Hill Havurah and Mount Moriah will engage in interfaith text study together on the Holy Land and the conflict, inspired by what we've heard from this event, and using materials from Interfaith Partners for Peace. Please stay tuned for more information on those sessions, and reserve the Wednesday evenings of January 8, January 22, and February 5. Roots is a Palestinian-Israeli grassroots initiative fostering understanding, non-violence and transformation. This organization facilitates unmediated get-togethers and deep conversations between Palestinians and Israelis living in the West Bank. Our speakers come with no peace plans in place, but with a strong conviction that human understanding and trust are the prerequisites for lasting justice, freedom and peace on the tiny sliver of land they both call home.

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  • Friday
    Nov  22
    Jewveniles Shabbat Dinner
    Friday, Nov 22nd 6:30p to 8:30p
    Shabbat dinner, games, and dessert with Rabbi Hannah.

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  • Saturday
    Dec  7
    Tot Shabbat
    Shabbat, Dec 7th 9:00a to 10:00a
    Join us for a special Tot Shabbat preceding our regular monthly Shabbat morning service. (More information to come.)

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  • Saturday
    Dec  7
    Shabbat Morning Service
    Shabbat, Dec 7th 10:00a to 12:00p

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  • Tuesday
    Dec  10
    Hill Havurah Board Meeting
    Tuesday, Dec 10th 7:30p to 9:00p

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  • Saturday
    Dec  14
    Tot Shabbat
    Shabbat, Dec 14th 10:00a to 11:00a
    Join Rabbi Hannah as she incorporates music, story, and legendary “Torah Parades” to create a joyous Shabbat experience for toddlers and their parents.

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  • Friday
    Dec  20
    Pizza, Blessing, and the Dinosaur Song
    Friday, Dec 20th 6:00p to 6:30p
    Join Rabbi Hannah for pizza and singing before Kabbalat Shabbat services. An alternative option for families whose kids don't want to wait for the post-service potluck for dinner!

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  • Friday
    Dec  20
    Kabbalat Shabbat and Potluck Dinner
    Friday, Dec 20th 6:30p to 8:30p
    Join Rabbi Hannah as she leads us in welcoming Shabbat with a spirited service--families and kids welcome!--followed by a potluck. We supply the wine and drinks, congregants bring a dairy or vegetarian dish.

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  • Saturday
    Jan  4
    Tot Shabbat
    Shabbat, Jan 4th 9:00a to 10:00a
    Join us for a special Tot Shabbat preceding our regular monthly Shabbat morning service. (More information to come.)

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  • Wednesday
    Jan  8
    Interfaith Text Study with Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
    Wednesday, Jan 8th 7:30p to 9:00p
    The 7:30-9:00 pm timing is tentative. We're still in the planning stage. More information to come.

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Wed, November 20 2019 22 Cheshvan 5780