Faith leaders from around Michiana met for a special discussion with ABC57’s Brian Conybeare at South Bend City Church to discuss the recent attacks on places of worship around the world ahead of National Day of Prayer, which is observed on the first Thursday of May.
Sunday, April 7 at 11:00am
Jamie Wendt is the author of Fruit of the Earth, a poetry collection published by Main Street Rag Publishing Company. She graduated from the University of Nebraska Omaha with an MFA in Creative Writing, and she received a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Drake University. Her poetry has been published in a variety of literary journals, including Lilith, Raleigh Review, Minerva Rising, Third Wednesday, and Saranac Review. Her essays on Jewish writing have been published in Green Mountains Review and the Forward. She contributes book reviews for the Jewish Book Council, Literary Mama, and other publications. Wendt teaches high school English and lives in Chicago with her husband and two children. You can learn more about Wendt at https://jamiewendt.wordpress.com/.
"Doing Justice: Faith-Based Community Organizing" with Andre Stoner, Faith in St. Joseph County
Sunday, January 20th at 11 AM
Faith in St. Joe County is an emerging multi-racial and interfaith network of congregations and community groups building relational power to help ordinary people speak effectively into decisions that shape our community. FISJC is a local affiliate of Faith in Indiana. Andre Stoner, part-time organizer for FISJC, will share about the vision, successes, and challenges of this work.
Don’t miss Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell in concert at Sinai Synagogue on Saturday, December 1st at 7 PM! Tickets are $12 in advance/$15 at the door. Ages 12 & under are FREE.
About the concert
Four years after his San Francisco Opera Company debut, Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell decided to devote himself to the music of Sidor Belarsky (1898-1975) one of the twentieth century's most prolific performers of chazzanut, Chassidic nigunim and Yiddish art song. In The Sidor Belarsky Songbook, Anthony delves into the rich, vibrant world of Ashkenazi Jewish culture and song with a performance of selections from the Sidor Belarsky Songbook.
Sunday, December 9th at 5PM
“Vos zogt ir? Hanukkah karaoke” with emcee Balabusta Rhymes!
Are you Sinai’s next karaoke star? Sing your favorite Hanukkah and Jewish folk songs with the Sinai house band, featuring Steve Gerber, Rob Weber, Veronica and Chris Kozelichki. Songs will be chosen by spinning a wheel. Sing a solo or get a group together. Prizes for participants. All ages welcome to participate.
But BEFORE that we’ll feast on a dinner featuring lasagna, salad, doughnuts and desserts, followed by the lighting of all 8 candles on our Hannukiot!