The schedule is subject to change. One does not register for sessions.  Seating at individual sessions is first come, first served.
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Miriam Margles

Miriam Margles is a rabbi, artist and activist. She has been serving as the rabbi of the Danforth Jewish Circle in Toronto since 2010. Her original compositions of Jewish liturgical music are sung by communities throughout North American, Israel and Europe. Integrating dynamic Jewish learning, heart-opening spiritual practice, community building and creative exploration in movement, voice and writing, Miriam facilitates workshops and retreats with and adults and young people of all ages. She is co-founder of Encounter (encounterprograms.org), dedicated to strengthening the capacity of the Jewish people to be constructive agents of change in transforming the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is a graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and alumnus of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship and the Jerusalem Fellows at the Mandel Leadership Institute. Miriam earned a Master’s degree in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in creative writing from York University in Toronto.
In this interactive songful, prayerful, sounding, meditative, movement laboratory, we will explore ways of listening to the stirrings and truths of our inner lives, reaching into the world with open and courageous hearts, and healing our relationships with our bodies and voices so that we can sing and pray and act in the world with our whole selves.

My Speakers Sessions

Sunday, March 6

5:00pm EST