Jewish Community News & Events
October 24, 2019/25 Tishrei 5780
Get your Jew Groove on with Six13 A Cappella !
Sunday, Nov. 3, 3 pm, Temple of Aaron
St. Paul, Six13 has a message for you!
Craft Beer Reception with Six13 after the show

Tickets
  • $20 each
  • $15 for ages 10 to 22
  • Free for children under 10
  • $50 for concert & craft beer reception


This is a fun-raising celebration, no fundraising at the event.
Opening act: University of Minnesota Chai Notes
Brought to you by the St. Paul Jewish Federation and our community partners:
Be part of the world's biggest challah bake as 1,000 communities make challah on the same night

Make challah to bake at home and learn about its deeper meaning with Nechama Bendet, challah maker extraordinaire!

Enjoy family fun including candle making and face painting. Wine and hors' d'oeuvres. Enter to win an exciting door prize.

Thursday, Nov. 14, 5:30 PM at Mount Zion Temple

Tickets: $20 per person |$50 for a family of 4 |Free for children under 5
Brought to you by the St. Paul Jewish Federation, Baldinger Bakery and our community partners:
Pause with Pittsburgh this Sunday

Nearly one year ago the Jewish community suffered the most brutal anti-Semitic attack in the history of the U.S. when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 innocent people.

On Sunday, October 27 at 4:00 pm central time the community in Pittsburgh will join in a public memorial service. You are invited to pause and share in a collective moment of remembrance. 

Sign up to receive a text message at 4:00 pm that will contain a video with a prayer of mourning and the names of the 11 people who lost their lives. After sharing this collective moment, you’ll get a link so you can virtually join Pittsburgh’s local service. Then, you’ll have the opportunity to submit a message of solidarity by text.
Monday, Nov. 4, 5 PM
Marriott City Center, Minneapolis

Honoring Randi Ilyse Roth and Scott Lifson , Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award recipients and Benjamin Gerber, Arthur T. Pfefer Memorial Award Recipient.
COMMUNITY EVENTS

An Historic Evening with Anne Frank's Stepsister, Eva Schloss

Sunday, October 27, 2:30 pm
Northrup Auditorium

Eva Schloss is a Holocaust survivor, peace activist, international speaker, teacher, and a humanitarian. She has an incredible story of survival, grit, loss and ultimate triumph of the human spirit against all odds.

Presented by Chabad
Honoring Don & Rhoda Mains
and Shelly Kornblum &
Judge Mickey Greenburg

Sunday, Nov. 10 beginning at 5 pm
Marriott City Center, Minneapolis


Family in Transition

Sunday, Oct. 27, 3 pm,
St. Paul JCC

Shot over the course of two years, this film follows an Israeli family dealing with the effects when the father transitions into a woman. Panel discussion to follow.

Presented by the St. Paul and Sabes JCCs in partnership with the St. Paul Jewish Federation, Israel Center of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation, and J-Pride, a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis.

Co-presented as part of the 2019 Gender Reel Film Festival. 
OH MY GOD!

Oct. 26 through Nov. 17
Highland Park Community Center

In this witty and touching play, Ella, a psychologist and single mother of a teenager who is autistic, gets a visit from an unexpected new patient: God. As God comes to terms with his feelings toward humankind and how the world has evolved, Ella confronts her own past and re-examines her long lost faith.


Fall and Winter Classes

Hineni offers Jewish learning opportunities for adults this Fall and Winter.

Options include:
The Melton Program:  Authentic, in-depth Jewish learning. A 2-year, text-based, discussion-oriented, pluralistic course.
Ethics And History with Rabbi Lynn Liberman and Rabbi Ryan Dulkin
Becoming Brookview... And Beyond: Jim Crow and the Jews in the Twin Cities

JHSUM Annual Meeting
Sunday, Nov. 3, Noon to 2 pm
Brookview Community Center
316 Brookview Pkwy S., Golden Valley

Join local attorney and community member Marshall Tanick to learn about the Jewish history of the Brookview Golf Club. Introductory remarks will be given by Golden Valley mayor, Shep Harris. A light lunch will be served. Free, RSVP requested.