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From Swastika to Jim Crow: Movie and Pizza followed by Q&A with Producer

Special MLK Day Movie Screening, Free and Open to the Public

From Swastika to Jim Crow tells the story of how Black colleges in the segregated south provided a haven for exiled European Jewish academics during the Holocaust.

The film's producer, Joel Sucher, will take questions after the movie, and pizza will be served. The event will finish in time for those who wish to to move on to Fountain Baptist Church for the Community Martin Luther King Day Memorial Service.  

 

 

This presentation is co-hosted by the three Summit synagogues (CBH, Temple Sinai, and Congregation Ohr Shalom).

Intermarriage & the Jewish Future: Optimism and Opportunity, February 9, 10:00 am

At time when intermarriage is often portrayed as the reason for declining Jewish engagement, author Jane Larkin has a different story to tell. Join us as Larkin, author of "From Generation to Generation: A Story of Intermarriage and Jewish Continuity," shares why we should be looking at intermarriage through a more optimistic lens. 

Given her own interfaith journey, Larkin understands the concerns of Jewish parents and grandparents. With almost 60 percent of Jews who married from 2000 to 2013 choosing a partner from outside the faith, more and more families are struggling to navigate the challenges of interfaith relationships. Parents and grandparents worry that their children and grandchildren won’t be Jewish. They want to learn how they can nurture an interfaith couple’s engagement with Judaism and grandchildren’s Jewish identity.

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WishMakers: Screening with Director and Winetasting, March 30, 2019, 6:00 pm

WishMakers is the story of the Tulip Winery that was established in a residential adult special needs community, the Village of Hope in Israel's Jezreel Valley. Tulip Winery fosters a caring environment while providing employment, dignity and purpose for the community's residents. After the movie, we'll hear from its director, and sample some of Tulip's wines with some delicious cheeses. Donations gratefully accepted at the door.  More information

Fountain of Hope Storytelling Project

Our first class of Moth storytelling workshop participants.  Members of CBH and Fountain Baptist Church told true stories from their lives at the first live event coming out of the Fountain of Hope project.  The audience was entranced by the beautiful poignant, funny, heartbreaking, and inspiring stories.  The project will continue with more opportunities for community members to bond over shared stories.

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Sun, January 20 2019 14 Shevat 5779