1. My Generation

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    from Stephen Wise Free Synagogue / Added

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    • Disappointment

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      • Soul Sounds Shabbat: Voices of Eden

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        from Wilshire Boulevard Temple / Added

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        Eliana Gilad, world-renowned teacher and performer, and four other drummers joined Wilshire Boulevard Temple in creating a musical atmosphere of voices and rhythm.

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        • Shabbat Blessings with Rabbi Leder and Cantor Gurney

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          • Dishing Up the Past - Episode 6 - Nechama's Chulent

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            In this video, my mother, Nechama Rotstein (nee Godinger), who was born in Israel, teaches Netta (one of my three older sisters) and I how to make her famous Chulent, a Jewish bean stew that we grew up eating on Saturday for lunch after it cooked for 24 hours in the oven on a low heat. As we grew up and left home, Chulent is still my mother's way of ensuring we come back to visit or sleep over on Friday nights. There was no actual recipe written down, but it was passed on through memory from my grandmother, Safty Hadassah who unfortunately I never got to meet since she passed away before I was born. The "recipe" was adapted over the years, to include a smorgasbord of ingredients that, when they all come together, make a delicious, filling stew especially comforting during our long Canadian winters. – Myrite Rotstein ~ Food brings us together; one shared plate can produce countless moments and memories. The Roots & Recipes project aims to collect recipes and kitchen stories from first and second generation immigrants in Montreal in an inter-generational video series, Dishing Up the Past, and through live events. For full recipes and more visit rootsandrecipes.com This project was made possible by Gen J.

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            • 13 March 2015 Shabbat Service

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              • Layers of Life

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                • Vayakhel / pekudei - assemble & account

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                  This week we have a double portion, Vayakhel & Pekudei. These mean to assemble and give account. We take a look at issues of covenant and entering into the mishkan (Tabernacle). Check it out! If you like this teaching check out more at RuachOnline.com or RuachMinistriesShop.com

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