Touro Synagogue Presents Creative Journeys in Judaism

Artist-in-Residence Weekend December 12 – 14
Join us for an inspiring weekend with Judaica artist Kim Phillips As we explore Jewish values through the lens of creativity. Kim is a Jewish artist based in Nashville specializing in Jewish papercutting. She is also a Hebrew teacher and certified pararabbinic. You may see her work at www.hebrica.com.

Friday, December 12
Shabbat Service at 6:00 pm: “Creative Judaism”

Saturday, December 13 • Noon to 5:00 pm
Lunch, study session with Rabbi Berk, a hands-on workshop in the art of Jewish papercutting, and havdalah. Leave with your own papercut creation. To enroll in the Saturday session please email melissa@tourosynagogue.com. The fee for the lunch, workshop, inspiration and all materials is $18.

Sunday, December 14
9th and 10th Grade Workshop “Tikkun Olam: A Jewish Frame on the World”