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Join us for the Little Minyan’s 6th annual Sukkah Celebration at the home of members, Randi and Bill Cohen, 90 Westwood Road, in Clintonville. Our activities will include: 4:30 – Sukkah Decorating 5:00 – Sukkot Service 5:30 – Potluck Supper … Continue reading
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We call them the High Holy Days, but Yamim Noraim can best be translated as “Days of Awe.” These are days in which we step out of our daily routines and attain a sense of the sublime, a sensitivity to the mystery … Continue reading
Join members of the Little Minyan kehilla at the Wexner Center for the Arts on the OSU campus for This is Your Life – The Holocaust. A television show that aired between 1952 and 1961, This is Your Life, had and episode … Continue reading
Why do we celebrate the birthday of the trees when everything outside is bare and spring seems so far away? Here in the central Ohio, the Hebrew month of Sh’vat falls during January and February. And much like Hanukkah, where we … Continue reading
Join members of The Little Minyan as we enjoy a Shabbat morning together with worship beginning at 10 a.m. If you have a Tanakh, please bring it with you to follow our reading and conversation about Parsha Bo. Following our … Continue reading
Join us as we welcome January’s second Shabbat onFriday evening, January 13th, 6:15 p.m., with an easy and enjoyable Shabbat dinner including tummy warming “peaces” of pizza. We will provide the pizza and drinks and oneg Shabbat after services. You … Continue reading
In the spirit of levity, light, love, and the joy and ruach that music brings to even the darkest winter nights, enjoy watching and listening to this fresh spin on kindling the Hanukkah lights.
Human Rights Shabbat is an opportunity for reflection and celebration, a yom tov for human rights that has been inspired and nurtured by Rabbis for Human Rights. Human Rights Shabbat coincides, each year, with International Human Rights Day (December 10th), which … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is an “American holiday.” For those of us in the United States, Thanks-giving is a holiday we can share with or without religious undertones. However, those who created this holiday centuries ago, were moved profoundly by their faith and … Continue reading