September 2, 2020 | 13 Elul 5780
Day 14
It’s Day 14 of #30DaysOfLearning and OKC’s Cantor Labovitz gives new meaning to one of our most known piyutim, Avinu Malkeinu, and the importance of punctuation.
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Up next: Milton's new Head of School, Dr. Deborah Skolnick Einhorn, explains why this season can seem so exhausting, and why Sukkot is z'man simchateinu, the time of our joy.
Just added: Feel like it’s just not the Yamim Nora’im without a dose of Rabbi Rosenberg? You’re in luck! Join our regular “downstairs Rabbi” for a deep dive into “Who Will Live and Who Will Die: Faith in the Era of Uncertainty” on Sept 24.  
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:


Bookmark this page to follow along with all thirty topics. See posting instructions or contact okc.connections@gmail.com for assistance.

Join the punctuation fun with this reading of Eats, Shoots, and Leaves. Want to record your own read-aloud? Make a video of you reading your favorite holiday book and send it to okc30daysoflearning@gmail.com and we’ll post it! (See a few suggestions from the OKC Book List on this page.)

Want to be part of the fun? Send videos and content related to the High Holy Days and watch our community get even closer… a little social distance can’t keep OKC members apart! 

If you had this email forwarded to you and want to join in the daily learning, email tlautman@ohrkodesh.org.