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Sunday, March 6 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Makeshift Spirituality: Jewish Home-Making in the Secular 21st Century

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Are you hungry for Judaism that merges tradition and the spirit? Unsure of how to create programs and services that resonate with your community? Inviting burnt-out and inspired Jewish leaders to join for a workshop that replenishes your self and moves you to nurture everyone else. Experimenting with innovative and nonconventional ways to draw people back to Jewish tradition, you will grapple with your Jewish journey and the needs of your community. Using the metaphor of the sukkah, you will leave this workshop flexible and rooted in the power of Jewish living to carry Judaism - and your self - to unfamiliar and dangerous communal terrain.

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Devon Spier

Devon Spier is a Program Coordinator, rabble-rouser and spiritual entrepreneur living in Kitchener, Ontario. By day, she organizes essential services for people on a limited income and by night, she programs out of her apartment - the "Shul Without Walls" - where she offers rituals for the unaffiliated to encounter Judaism. | Devon is also author of “Way of a Jewish Feminist” from the volume “Ways of the Spirit: Voices of... Read More →

Sunday March 6, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm

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