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Come join the community service chairs as we cook kosher chicken soup for hospice patients. 7-8pm, 3rd floor of Hillel (70 college ave.) in the Platt Family kitchen.
JAQs is here to provide a safe space for all at Rutgers Hillel in New Brunswick. Regardless of your sexual orientation or religious affiliation you are welcome to join JAQs and Hillel in its meetings and events.
This class offers a different kind of Jewish education centered around on weekly discussion-based learning. This week’s class will be the final class and will be open only to those who completed the full course.
This class is open to Jews of all backgrounds who wish to explore their identity among a diverse group of Jewish students.
If you are interested in joining for a particular class, please contact Sarah Magida at [email protected]
Shulem Deen, Author
Shulem Deen will discuss his memoir, All Who Go Do Not Return, winner of the National Jewish Book Award in 2015. A moving and revealing exploration of Hasidic life, the book explores Deen’s struggles with faith, family, and community as he grows up in, and then chooses to leave, the Skverers, one of America’s most insular Hasidic sects. A columnist for Forward, Deen’s articles have appeared in the New Republic, Salon, and Tablet. He is a member of the board of Footsteps, an organization that assists those who have left the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
Come join your wonderful Shabbat Chair and braid and bake delicious challah! Students of all genders are welcome! You can take it home and eat and whenever you’d like, or we can bring it to Shabbat Dinner and you can eat it there!
Contact: Evan Finkelstein
Email: [email protected]
Join Sarah Magida, Reform Community Educator for breakfast and to look at the weekly Torah portion through the lens of the Reform Commentaries.
Can you only come for part of it? We’d love to have you for that!
Come and end the school year with Rutgers Hillel by enjoying a free dessert reception. All the student volunteers will be thanked for their help and seniors will get graduation cords!
Come join representatives from both the Hillel and Chabad community as we visit Jewish patients at St. Peter’s hospital, bringing them gifts and good company!
Meet at the corner of College Ave and Senior Street at 1 PM to walk to the hospital.
Please contact Sam Snyder at [email protected] if you’d like to be added to the hospital visits group chat!
Interested in learning Hebrew? Join Sarah and Liel to learn at an intermediate level. If you’re unsure of your level talk to either of the teachers.
This class is not for credit.