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17 is a PRIME Number KHN is turning 17 at the end of June. A prime number for a prime year. Prime means "of first importance" and this year has been nothing if not important. We have turned to one another time and time again to try to make sense of everything going on [...]
Join great gamer, Marie Poole, for another KHN Game Night Havdalah! Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89146438556?pwd=Q3FqVGRWTHY5TnA4VFpoQitVS2twUT09 Meeting ID: 891 4643 8556 Password: PLAY One tap mobile +12532158782,,89146438556#,,,,0#,,646429# US (Tacoma) +13462487799,,89146438556#,,,,0#,,646429# US (Houston) Dial by your location +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 [...]
Social Justice Havdalah Meeting ID: 948 8005 0073 Password: CHAI
MONDAY JUNE 1 7:00PM streaming live on Facebook Throughout the country, communities are coming together on June 1 to participate in a National Day of Mourning and Lament. While many are lamenting, mourning, honoring and marking the 100,000 lives lost to Covid-19, we are compelled to also lament and mourn the lives of Black men, [...]
Are you looking for a summer project? Want a challenge that keeps you connected to friends & community? Summer Youth Internships are forming now! KHN's Project Kol Chadash is seeking Summer Youth Interns! In this internship, you will develop skills and build knowledge that affirm diverse Jewish identities, support the community, apply Jewish values [...]
Concurrent National Up All Night: Torah for Liberation & Revelation starts Sat at 3:30pm THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO BROUGHT US OUR SHAVUOT EVENTS! TAKE CARE. Running to Sinai with Rabbi Basior Pirkei Avot 4:2 teaches that "Ben Azzai said: Run to perform [even] a minor mitzvah (commandment) and flee from aveirah (transgression), for [...]
Want to stay active in social justice efforts while under ‘stay-home’ orders? Join Connie Burk Monday evenings at 8:00 PM for information, skills sharing and ideas for practical engagement. Discuss. Act. Repeat!
Remembering our loved Ones . . . and those we did not know Judaism recognizes the value of remembering—recalling what was but is now no longer. We are invited to remember—experiences, events, people—at many times throughout the year. We recall the experience of having been in Mitzrayim—constricted places--daily, weekly, and on holidays such as Pesach. [...]