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Virtual Schedule

All details for the following events will be shared in Monday and Thursday (Briefly) emails as well as on our website. (https://www.baltimorehebrew.org/about/virtual-schedule/).
For any issues please email jmanko@baltimorehebrew.org.
It is important for the BHC community to get vaccinated when each of our opportunities arise.
 
Maryland State information and registration for Baltimore City or County: coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine
 
Additional resource if you live or work in Baltimore County: https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/covid-19/vaccines
 
For Adults:
Monday February 1 – Wednesday February 3
1:30-2:30 pm: Fill Your Cup with BHC Daily Adult Education:
  • Monday:  “Exploring Jewish Perspectives” with Rabbi Busch
  • Tuesday: “Biblical Hebrew” with Cantor Sacks. Delve into Biblical Hebrew. Basic Hebrew skill required
  • Wednesday: Women of BHC: Cooking Soup Stocks by Alfie Himmelrich, chef and owner of Stone Mill Bakery. February schedule: Link
Join here: Meeting ID: 847 6745 5108 Passcode: 218897
 
Monday February 1
1 pm: Repairing the World: Disability Inclusion with guest speakers Benjy Dubin and Rachel Dubin
 
Monday February 1
6:30 pm: Kol Rinnah Rehearsal, via Zoom
BHC’s Congregational Choir is open to all members. No previous choir or Hebrew experience necessary. Questions, bellerin@baltimorehebrew.org
Thursday, February 4
1:30 pm: Wisdom from Around the World - Directly into Your Living Room
Featuring: Amy Jill Levine – Nashville, Tennessee 
"Agreeing to Disagree: How Jews and Christians Read Scripture Differently"
Internationally respected scholar and lecturer, Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University Divinity School. In Spring 2019 she was the first Jew to teach New Testament at Rome’s Pontifical Biblical Institute. She is also an author of many books for both adults and children.
 
Join here: Meeting ID: 897 8452 3620 Passcode: 817293
 
7:30 pm: Encore: Amy Jill Levine – Nashville, Tennessee 
To make this wisdom accessible for working folks as well, you can watch the rebroadcast (encore) at 7:30 pm each Thursday via StreamSpot: Link
 
Look for updates on future teachers and discussions on our website: baltimorehebrew.org/wisdom and our Monday and Briefly email.
 
Services:
 
Friday, February 5
6 pm:  Story and Song, via StreamSpot. Click here:
6:15 pm: Shabbat Service, via StreamSpot. Click here:
 
Saturday, February 6
9 am: Torah Talk: via Zoom. 
Click here: Meeting ID: 865 4383 9544 Password: 245677
 
 
10:30 am: Shabbat Service, via StreamSpot. Click here:
 
 
Link for Mishkan Tfilah (our prayer book)
 
If you have any online access issues, please email jmanko@baltimorehebrew.org
 
For Youth
Tuesday, February 2–5 (Closed Monday, February 1 for Inclement Weather)
8 am–4 pm: E. B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center:
For enrollment opportunities or more information contact the Director of E. B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center, Jen Platt, jplatt@baltimorehebrew.org.
9:30 am: Youth Education
Individual Zoom rooms for youth from ages Pre-K through high school. See separate email for details or for more info contact Rachel Opatowsky, ropatowsky@baltimorehebrew.org.
 
For Adults
Sunday, February 7
PEP: Pursuing Educational Possibilities: 
PEP is a chance for adults to study together on select Sunday mornings in a casual and friendly Zoom setting. Our Spring PEP classes will be held on February 7 and 21, and March 7 and 14.
 
9:30–10:30 am: Prophets and Prophecy in Ancient Israel: taught by Susanna Garfein, PhD.
 
10:45–11:45 am: Subversive Stories from Torah, Talmud, and Midrash: taught by Rabbi Amy Scheinerman
 
To join the class:
Click here: Meeting ID: 861 9990 8587 Passcode: 993717
 
To be included in the PEP email list, contact Ruth Spivak, spivakcpa@verizon.net.
 
Coming soon...
Book Discussion with BHC Immigration Task Force
Monday, February 8, 7 pm, via Zoom
Join in an open discussion about the book “Go, Went, Gone.”
Go, Went, Gone is the masterful new novel by the acclaimed German writer Jenny Erpenbeck, “one of the most significant German-language novelists of her generation” (The Millions). The novel tells the tale of Richard, a retired classics professor who lives in Berlin. His wife has died, and he lives a routine existence until one day he spies some African refugees staging a hunger strike in Alexanderplatz. For more details or information contact, Jillian Manko, jmanko@baltimorehebrew.org
Donations Needed:
BHC has teamed up with Sparc Baltimore in an effort to help gather and collect donations for local Baltimore women who are currently struggling, lack resources, and may be unstably housed. See the link below for their Amazon Wishlist or their website to find out more.
 
Amazon Wishlist: Link
Sparc Baltimore: Link
Looking for closed captioning during our Shabbat Services? 
Open this link in a separate window to see the captions in real time, while simultaneously watching services. 
E-mail jmanko@baltimorehebrew.org for assistance.

 

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