University of Michigan
April 19 – Parashat Acharei-Kedoshim
Friday candle lighting: 8:02 pm
Mincha: 7:00 pm
Dinner: 8:00 pm
This Friday night, after Shabbat services and dinner join us for a discussion at Hillel regarding ally-hood and inclusivity of the queer community in our Hillel.
This conversation will be a continuation of the discussion that began during the ally training development session that you all were asked to attend a few weeks ago at Hillel. We hope to create a space for further reflection and learning on the ideas of ally-hood and the queer community in the context of Hillel.
Oneg this week--Trey and Timmy are Leaving Oh No-No-neg—is at 1319 Forest Court, hosted by Isaac Katz, Paul Feingold, Ben Kahn, Hersh Perlmutter, and Danny Stamos.
Shacharit: 9:30 am
Kiddush following davening
Lunch: 12:30 pm
Mincha: 8:00 pm
Shabbat ends: 9:05 pm
What to look forward to:
Join Team Hillel Relay for Life: Saturday April 20th, 10:00 AM @ Ferry Field
Relay for Life HAVDALAH: Saturday, April 20th, 9 PM.
Join Team Hillel Relay For Life in a special Havdalah ceremony THIS Saturday on Ferry Field. We will meet at 9:00 pm at the Hillel tent and begin the service shortly after that.
Graduation Shabbat Dinner: Friday, May 3rd, 8 PM @ Hillel
Join us for a special graduation Shabbat dinner at Hillel. Students and family are welcome to attend, please rsvp asap.
Graduation Open House: Saturday, May 4th, 1 PM - 5 PM @ Hillel
Hillel will hold an open house following graduation to honor our graduating Wolverines. Stop by anytime from 1:00 PM to 5:00 to chat with Hillel staff, desserts and give your final farewell to Hillel.
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RABBI GLOWGOWER'S TUESDAY NIGHT RABBINICS CLASS:
The Bernstein/Lewis home, 1304 Cambridge. 8 p.m. to 9:15p.m.
Topic: This semester we will explore the theme of the relationship between science and halakha, the commandments of the Torah in light of rational inquiry and investigation -- or, as rabbis of the middle ages termed it, the relationship between revelation and reason
WEDNESDAY WISDOM AND WAFFLES:
Wednesday at 8:00 pm at Hillel
THURSDAY TALMUD CLASS:
Talmud: Explore the fascinating world of Talmud through close textual study. Taught by Rabbi Rod Glogower at Hillel, 7pm.