To Do. Upcoming Jewish Detroit Events.
By David Glass
January 13, 2022
Jlive is your one-stop hub for all the great events going on in Jewish Detroit. Discovery, classes, celebrations and more… there’s always something for everyone. Visit the Jlive site to see more, and be sure to create an account to make it much faster to find and register for something awesomely Jewish To Do.
Jlive Event Spotlight
A few upcoming programs that caught our eye
Returning to a New normal: Turning Trauma into Resiliency | Jan 26
The past year and a half dealing with COVID-19 has been extraordinarily challenging. Our worlds were suddenly turned upside down and we are all still living through this traumatic experience. In order to move forward into our Next Normal, we’ll need to unpack that trauma, share our experiences and learn from them. By doing this, we’ll become more resilient, better able to manage our stress and be ready to handle what’s next. Join Lynn Breuer, LMSW, for a presentation designed to get us talking and taking the next steps toward healing.
L’Chaim Detroit: Newish and Jewish Edition | Jan 26
Let’s be honest, if you moved to town (or back to town) between March 2020 and yesterday, you just haven’t gotten out much, which is a bummer because Jewish Detroit is filled with awesome people and exciting things to do. Join us for a special edition of our Young Adult happy hour/bar night series L’Chaim Detroit specifically for new-to and back-in-towners, and let us give you some ideas of all the great things you can enjoy now and what to look forward to when this pandemic finally takes a hike.
Climate: A Visual Dialogue through a Jewish Lens | Jan 30
Join Rabbi Dr. Eliezer Diamond and art curators Laura Earle, Leslie Soble, and Olivia Guterson for a look at the Jewish issues around climate change and environmental stewardship framed around the current exhibit at the JCC’s Janice Charach Gallery, Environmentally Speaking. Rabbi Dr. Diamond is a professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at Jewish Theological Seminary and teaches courses on environmental ethics within the context of Jewish law.