That Jews see themselves as family is no surprise. Before we were “Am Yisrael,” the People Israel, we were “B’nai Yisrael,” the extended family of Abraham and Sarah.
Today, family configurations may have changed but many challenges are no different than those faced by our ancestors. Therefore, we turn to Jewish wisdom for guidance in raising young children, parenting teenagers, creating a supportive interfaith family, navigating the “sandwich generation,” grand-parenting Jewish grandchildren and wise-aging.
Intergenerational Northside Walking Tour
August 25, 2019 | 12:30 pm
Learn the history of the old northside of Minneapolis with the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest. Beginning with lunch at Beth El, the afternoon concludes with a guided walking tour of the neighborhoods.
With Rabbi Alexander Davis and Guest Facilitator
Jewish Archives Tour
The Upper Midwest Jewish Archives has materials illustrating the American Jewish experience from a Midwestern perspective, chronicling the activities of the local Jewish population in creating and supporting ethnic/religious communities and advocacy organizations, as well as their efforts to promote social welfare and social justice.
With Rabbi Alexander Davis
For more information on any of these programs, please contact Liz Rappaport at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952.873.7314.