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Monday, June 14 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
What about me? Creating Jewish rituals to reflect real life moments

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If you don't get married and have children, the next traditional Jewish ritual after bar or bat mitzvah, is your funeral. Jewish rituals are powerful markers of moments in our lives: the joys and the sadnesses but for many, the traditional rituals don't reflect the challenges and significant moments in their lives. For her more than 20 years in the rabbinate, Rabbi Ninio has crafted rituals for people which are personal and at the same time, reflect and have echoes of the ancient traditions and wisdom. Join her as she explores some of the rituals she has created and together we reflect on what moments we could mark with creative Jewish ritual.

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Jacqueline Ninio

Rabbi Ninio was ordained in 1998 when she became the seventh Australian-born progressive rabbi and the third Australian-born female rabbi. Rabbi Ninio joined Emanuel Synagogue in 1998 and is the congregation’s first female rabbi. She is interested in midrash and liturgy and has... Read More →

Monday June 14, 2021 2:45pm - 3:45pm AEST
Room 8
  Text tradition and philosophy