Podcast Dinner Club: “Resting the Land” with Judaism Unbound
January 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Want to learn more about “earth-based Judaism?” Love book clubs, but don’t have time for them? Just us for the first iteration of our podcast dinner club—a chance for participants to virtually and easily come together for food, discussion and socializing. Our first session will focus on the Judaism Unbound episode “Resting the Land.” Judaism Unbound is a project of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future, and a weekly podcast focused on all of the innovative developments in American Judaism. In this episode hosts Dan and Lex chat with Nati Passow, over the former Jewish Farm School about resting the land, sabbatical and jubilee, and the implications of this conversation for COVID times. This is a particularly exciting conversation as we finish the celebration of Tu Bishvat and get ready to welcome the next shmita year, coming 5782. Not sure what either of those things are? Read more about Tu Bishvat here and Shmita here. Or join our discussion group and learn more! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Rather than ask participants to listen ahead of time, we’ll actually listen together, via Zoom — pausing for points of discussion. Feel free to listen ahead of time if you’d like, but note that we will be listening as a group during the event. Episode 226 of Judaism Unbound is available here: https://www.judaismunbound.com/podcast/episode-226-nati-passow.
Register here by January 25th to receive a pre-bottled cocktail from the Atomic Lounge! https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtcO2hrTIqHd2W7GlmGqPzmSm2B6hoGu5b
If you live more than 5 miles from Temple Beth El, we invite you to pick up your treat at the Temple.