Sunday | March 31 | 1:30 PM
All you ever wanted to know about Judaism, but were afraid to ask.
Join us for an interactive workshop to get to know your Jewish neighbors and learn all about Judaism.
- Who are the Jews?
- What do they believe?
- What do they practice?
- And what does it mean to be a good neighbor?
Bring your curiosity and your questions!
$20 suggested love offering
Led by Judy Snitzer & Jenna Mitelman
Judy Snitzer was born and raised in an Orthodox Jewish family in St Paul, attended Torah Academy elementary school in Minneapolis and graduated from Highland Park Senior High. She completed an MSc degree in Microbiology at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. She also lived in Israel for one year in both 1961, and in 1967 and now travels to Israel 3-4 times a year. Judy is retired and works as an artist. She is a member of Darchei
Noam, an Orthodox synagogue in St Louis Park.
Jenna Mitelman moved to Minneapolis from San Francisco, CA, and has never looked back (even on the really snowy days). She was a child refugee from religious persecution and lived in Israel for a number of years. Jenna has been speaking about Judaism with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota for over a decade, sharing perspectives on Judaism with audiences across the state. She currently lives in Plymouth with her husband Mike.