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Since 1998, JUFJ has worked to put “labor” back into Labor Day by engaging our local Jewish communities in a collective conversation about our texts, our historical experiences, and the challenges facing workers today. We are providing congregations with a resource packet, working with congregations to arrange speakers, and planning follow-up events to help members of participating congregations learn more about some of the injustices facing Maryland workers today. Check out the Labor on the Bimah services already scheduled at a congregation near you:

Montgomery County

8:45 PM, virtual service: Shirat HaNefesh, Chevy Chase

Baltimore

6:30 PM, hybrid service: Bolton Street Synagogue, Baltimore

DC

6:30 PM, hybrid service: Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, DC

DC

6:30 PM, virtual service: Machar, Washington, DC

Maryland State

7:30 PM, virtual service: Oseh Shalom, Laurel

Montgomery County

9:00 AM, hybrid service: B’nai Israel Congregation, Rockville

Montgomery County

10:00 AM, hybrid service: Tikvat Israel, Rockville

Montgomery County

10:00 AM, virtual service: Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation, Bethesda

Montgomery County

11:00 AM, in-person service: Kehilat Pardes – Rock Creek Synagogue, Rockville

Baltimore

10:00 AM, virtual service: Hinenu, Baltimore

Baltimore

10:00 AM, virtual service: Chevrei Tzedek, Baltimore

Montgomery County

2:45 PM, virtual service: Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation, Bethesda

Montgomery County

4:45 PM, virtual service: Am Kolel and Kehila Chadasha, Montgomery County

DC

7:00 PM, virtual service: Sixth & I, Washington, DC

Already have a Labor on the Bimah program planned, but you don’t see it here? Send details to sam@jufj.org and we will add it to the schedule.

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Start:
August 28
End:
September 23
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