Darchei Noam Youth Led Minyan!
November 23 at 12:15 PM followed by a youth lunch in the kiddush room. All young people in grades 5-12 are invited. Youth who would like to deliver a dvar torah, lead davening, or layning, please contact Rafi Geretz. Please also let Rafi know if you are coming so we can plan for the right amount of food!
Upcoming Events at Darchei Noam
Save the Date for a fun filled Chanukah evening at Darchei Noam on Tuesday, December 24th. This was one of our most popular events last year and we're aiming for another delicious night. Mincha at 4:20pm and dinner at 5:00pm. Watch for additional details and sponsorship opportunities. To be a volunteer and/or sponsor, please contact Wendy Khabie.
Darchei Noam Book Club
Next meeting: Sunday January 19 at 12:45pm
To The End of the Land by David Grossman
Join us for a discussion with our partner synagogue in Rechovot. All are welcome.
In the Community
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) invites you to “Laugh on Their Behalf” at its 31st Annual Benefit Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center (30 Seventh St. S.). It will be a night of hilarious comedy, socializing and goodwill featuring comedian Jon Fisch.
To purchase tickets, which start at $50, call 952-542-4878 or visit www.jfcsmpls.org.
The Social Action Committee will meet on Monday October 28 at 7pm at Darchei Noam. For more information, please contact Miriam Garland at email@example.com.
Antisemitism Today program Nov 3 at Adath Jeshurun. see Flyer
Nov 8-9! Darchei Noam Social Action Shabbaton: Torah and Historical Perspectives on Immigration - with guests Loren Berman and Libby Garland who will be speaking on Friday night after davening, Shabbat morning after Kiddush, during Seudah Shlishit, and again on Saturday night. See Flyer for details
Libby Garland teaches history at Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York, as well as at the City University of New York Graduate Center. She is the author of After They Closed the Gates: Jewish Illegal Immigration to the United States, 1921-1965 (University of Chicago Press, 2014), winner of both the American Jewish Historical Society’s Saul Viener Book Prize and the American Historical Association’s Dorothy Rosenberg Prize in 2015.
Loren Berman is a fourth year student at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah. Originally from Los Angeles (where he was a somewhat successful teenage actor), Loren is the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic Jewish Educator for Moishe House, the supervisor of High Holidays programming at Rikers Island, and a former teacher of Torah in a rural Jewish village in Ghana. His education has taken him to Columbia University, Pardes, Drisha, and Yeshivat Har Etzion. Always seeking to challenge himself with new learning opportunities, this year, he will be participating in both the JOIN for Justice and 92nd Street Y Innovation Fellowships.