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REGISTRATION UPDATE

The response to the TI Shabbaton has been overwhelming and registration is now full.

To be put on a waiting list contact Rabbi Kelley Gludt.

Find the schedule and additional information below.
We hope to see you at the retreat!

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Shabbaton Schedule

We begin welcoming you for the weekend at 3:00 on Friday and will say good-bye at noon on Sunday.
 

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Kid/Teen Activities

We will be bringing along counselors for our young ones and teens.
Parents are encouraged to form a childcare co-op for key events. Contact Rabbi Kelley if you are interested in participating.
 

KID ACTIVITIES:
After-meal play time | Pajama Shabbat services | Games | And more!

SPECIAL FOR TEENS:
Night hike | Saturday night skit | Hang time of their own

Club BBK:
Families with recent simchas and those whose big day is approaching will have an opportunity to grow as a cohort.
Parents and students will learn and share, together and separately, with Rabbis Werbow and Kelley.
Club BBKers will be encouraged to actively engage in Shabbat services.

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Chugim (Electives)

Spend Shabbat afternoon learning from Rabbi Werbow, Rabbi Sacks Mintz and your fellow TI’ers. 

Choices will run the gamut from Torah to poker, games to singing.

There will be specific chug choices geared for adults, families with young children, Club BBK and teens.

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Rabbi Deborah Sacks Mintz


We are delighted to have Rabbi Deborah Sacks Mintz join us as Musician-in-Residence. Deborah received rabbinic ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and serves the Hadar Institute as Director of Tefillah and Music. An educator, practitioner, and facilitator of Jewish communal music, she supports communities and individuals who seek to deepen their practice of empowered song and connective prayer with curiosity, skill, and heart. Through workshops, song-circles, and tefillah experiences, she strives to use song as a tool in the process of unearthing the grassroots creative spirituality of the Jewish and global people.

Both a performer and a composer, Deborah brings her passion for community-building to her artistic partnerships; she has collaborated on over two dozen albums with a diverse array of voices in the Jewish soundscape. Click here to hear "The Narrow & the Expanse", Deborah's 2022 debut album.

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Wed, February 8 2023 17 Shevat 5783