August 21, 2020 | 1 Elul 5780
Day 3
It’s still Day 2 on the calendar, but you get a double portion every Friday to help you prepare for Shabbat. 

Welcome to Day 3 of #30DaysOfLearning, and Rabbi Lyle Fishman turns the page to the haftarah portion for the first day of Rosh Hashanah and explores the challenges of grief and healing power of tears.
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Up next: CESJDS Upper School teacher, Rachel Bergstein, takes a look at material culture through HiHo images from the past and explores how the things we own today might be seen by the historians of the future.

In memory of her son, Ronen, Cantor Hinda Labovitz has composed a moving setting for Un’taneh Tokef, which she will premiere on September 7. Join her for this moving session where she will address the question: How do we respond to troubling theology in troubling times?

In the Rosh Hashanah first day haftarah portion, the High Priest Eli suspected Hannah was drunk as she offered her prayers. And even though she wasn’t, it doesn’t mean that we can’t raise a glass in her honor. Covenant Wines founder Jeff Morgan is offering a Zoom wine tasting event for OKCers on September 10, and you can order the tasting menu now at a discount.
Let’s discover our connection points to one another! We will ask you to share fun facts about yourself, offer personal reflections, and engage in interesting conversation points. For each of these thirty days, we will introduce one new topic a day. Today’s topic:

[fill in a personal reflection about yourself]

Bookmark this page to follow along with all thirty topics. See posting instructions or contact for assistance.
Emotions come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and big emotions can be hard to handle. Sesame Street’s Abby Cadabby shares a “self hugging” technique that’s sure to help with the little ones. Then come together for this fun glitter jar craft that might just be the “now” version of a lava lamp. (Don’t hate us for the glitter!)

PS- Parents, need a moment of commiseration about all the crying in your house? Check out these reasons my kid is crying.

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