If you’re at a stage of life where you are feeling “free as a bird,” with more time to engage with peers and explore your interests, come join us! Offering a variety of monthly activities, ranging from game nights to trips to Europe, the Free Bird community offers members a fun and active way to create connection with each other, our clergy, and Judaism. For more information about our Free Birds events, please contact Lori Gertzog at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Jewish Experience in Three Landmark Movies
Come join Rabbi Blake for three Sunday afternoons to warm up the chilly days of winter with good movies, a little wine and snacks, some laughs and interesting discussion.
Together, we will watch and discuss three landmark films that comment on the American Jewish experience with wisdom and wit.
Please join us for any one or all three films. Registration is separate for each film.
January 8, 2-5pm: The Immigrant Experience:
Hester Street (1975, dir. Joan Silver)
January 29, 2-5pm: From Generation to Generation:
Avalon (1990, dir. Barry Levinson)
February 12, 2-5pm: The Quest for Meaning:
A Serious Man (2009, dir. Joel & Ethan Coen)
These films will be shown at WRT. Sponsored by the FreeBirds, everyone is welcome. There is no charge for these events; however you must register to attend. All events are in-person. Masks are optional.
Questions? Contact Lori Gertzog at Lori.Gertzog@gmail.com