We're excited to end the week on a high note with rock climbing and Shabbat dinner!
If you're an experienced climber or excited to try for the first time, we hope you'll join us for a fun and casual evening!
We'll be there at 6 p.m., but feel free to join us at any point. A new climber lesson** will take place soon after 6 p.m.
We'll have a room for socializing and snacking until...
7:45 p.m. when we'll gather for Shabbat blessings and dinner!
Climbing is on you, dinner is on us!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.
**Let us know if you're a new climber so we have an idea of how many people we can expect for a lesson!
Join us for our monthly Tot Shabbat for kiddos under 5 and their families!
Songs, stories, dancing, and Shabbat snacks!
This month, we'll be learning about Tu B'Shvat - the New Year of the Trees!
Our Tot Shabbat series is generously supported by the Acker and Raviv Families.
Come learn about the new tax bill's implications, the Jewish tradition's perspective on taxes, and enjoy some yummy brunch!
We'll gather at Matt's apartment in the city, so let him know if you can make it (email@example.com) and we'll send you a specific location.
Gather in community with Hazon Detroit, Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Jewish Ferndale, Repair The World: Detroit, Congregation Shir Tikvah, Moishe House Royal Oak, and US for an experiential Tu B’Shvat seder (ceremony) that will re-connect us to the environment and take us on a journey from the physical world to the spiritual world. We will delight in p’ri ha-etz (the fruit of the trees), and celebrate the season together with music and poetry, meditation, and learnings from dedicated environmental changemakers and activists.
Event fee: sliding scale of $10-18. Scholarships available.
Please contact Ilana Unger for question:
6:30 L'chayim and Kabbalah-inspired adult coloring
7:00pm meditative, musical payer experience followed by potluck style Shabbat dinner!
Cost: No cost to attend due to the generosity of donors.
If you'd like to stay for dinner (no pressure - but you're of course invited!), please bring a vegetarian offering to share (along with a list of ingredients if homemade)!
(This gathering is intended for those in their 20s and 30s)
Questions? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd like to invite you to help us #BuildTheWell, and invest in the future of our community!
For just over two years, we have relied on the passions and leadership of hundreds of young adults in Metro Detroit to create innovative, intentional, and inclusive Jewish experiences to connect with each other and with our community. We do that socially, educationally and spiritually. Our passion, simply put, is bringing people together in meaningful ways.
We're asking you to invest through a crowdfunding page, which we'll launch on December 17th! Our goal is for 360 people to invest and help us #BuildTheWell.
Thank you so much for your investment and commitment to our community.
It's time for Chanukah in The D! Come celebrate the Festival of Lights and join us for a night of laughter and music at The Eastern in Eastern Market.
Laugh yourself silly with the comedy of YidLife Crisis and Detroit's own, Sandy Danto!
Dance the night away with the klezmer and balkan beats of Klezundheit!
Participate in an interactive art installation with Reboot, nosh on some Chanukah treats, and more!
This will be a night to remember, so don't miss out!
Tickets are $25 and we'll buy the first round! Just click the link below to get yours today!
This event was made possible through the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation's Grassroots Initiative program, our presenting partner, JCC of Metro Detroit, and our amazing co-sponsors NextGen Detroit, The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, Reboot, and The Schvitz Health Club.
We're gathering with NextGen Detroit, The Downtown Synagogue, Detroit City Moishe House, Detroit Jews for Justice to discuss race and anti-Semitism, and the points at which they intersect.
We hear (and use) the words “oppression” and “privilege” a lot these days, but what do they really mean and how do they affect our country, our community and us as Jews? We’re delving in to the complicated issues of modern-day racism, anti-Semitism and exploring how these power dynamics are playing out in our own backyards. Yehudah Webster and members from the Detroit Jewish community will share their personal stories about being on “both sides of the fence” and together we will reflect on our own experiences and work to find ways to make our community a more inclusive, welcoming place for everyone.
Join us for our monthly Tot Shabbat, featuring singing, dancing, stories, snacks and spinning like dreidels!
This month we're celebrating / learning about Chanukah and will have some fun making some Chanukah crafts!
(Gratitude as always to the Acker and Raviv families for their generous support of our Tot Shabbat series!)
Do all communities have access to clean and affordable water? Who makes decisions about water in the city of Detroit? In Metro-Detroit? What can the Jewish community do about it?
Join The Well and Detroit Jews for Justice to explore Detroit’s water crisis through a Jewish perspective. We’ll be discussing all of these questions and more alongside DJJ’s Jake Ehrlich, who will lead us through Jewish and secular text, as well as guest speakers and Detroit water activists!
This event is no cost to you due to the generosity of donors.
We hope to see you there!
(This event is part of The Well's CSI: Coffee. Study. Interpret. series, and is made possible in part by funds granted by The Mandell and Madeleine Berman Foundation. The statements made and the views expressed, however, are solely the responsibility of The Well.)
Join us in partnership with NextGen to celebrate Shabbat - - Michigan style! Whether you're an alum of The University of Michigan or love someone who is, join us for Shabbat Dinner!
For one Friday night a year, Hillel closes it doors and empowers students to host Shabbat dinners in the residence halls, Greeks houses, apartments and more. While over 1200 students participate on campus, alumni are invited ShabUM with where ever you call home, and we're excited to be a part of it!
Details to come.