Jane Taves will be our guest speaker from Women of Reform Judiasm. Jane is the WRJ Vice President of Advocacy, Marketing, and Communications and a member of Temple Beth El Sisterhood in Madison, Wisconsin.
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Marilynn and Sheila Brass – cookbook authors, television producers, and stars of the kooky PBS cooking show The Food Flirts – will delight us with tales of their combined 132 years of baking and cooking experience. To learn more about the award-winning Brass Sisters, visit their website www.thebrasssisters.com.
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Friday night services will be held at Temple Beth Shalom (Needham). Saturday services will be led by Rabbi Allison Berry and Cantorial Soloist Lisa Marcus Jones. Rabbi Berry is co-senior rabbi at Temple Shalom (Newton), and is passionately committed to the temple's welcoming and inclusive nature. Rabbi Berry is also a trained classical vocalist. (Read a Shabbat talk by Rabbi Berry about Israel and a visit to the Kotel with Women of the Wall.)
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Lisa Marcus Jones serves Congregation B’nai Shalom (Westborough) as cantorial soloist, choir director and founder/arranger of a 14-piece T’filah band. She also performs with the Jewish music group "Sanctuary," and freelances as an accompanist, music transcriptionist, and arranger. (Listen to some of her tracks.)
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Judith Rosenbaum is Executive Director of the Jewish Women’s Archive, a pioneering national organization that documents Jewish women’s stories, elevates their voices, and inspires them to be agents of change.
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Concert by Sue Horowitz & Friends (EJ Cohen and Lisa Marcus Jones)
Sue Horowitz is a singer-songwriter, and has shared her music all over North America at congregations, concert venues, and conferences. Her three Jewish CDs have their roots in liturgy, values, and Torah. Here's a cut of Sue's Peace Song, from her album "Notes from the Garrison."
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