Online Learning Sessions, First-Night Seder on Zoom!

Since many of us home and since many of us might be more disconnected than usual from our communities, I want to offer online learning opportunities. PLEASE KEEP CHECKING BACK ON THIS POST FOR UPDATED LEARNING SESSIONS!
Adults and children welcome, and feel free to share this with anyone or any group that you think would be interested.
The fee for each class is $18.00. If finances are a problem, especially now with additional loss of income for most of us, then please feel free to donate whatever you can or simply to attend and learn. Money should not be a barrier to participation. You can pay for classes here.
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Monday, May 10th, noon, CDT: “Do not put a stumbling block before a blind person.”
Wednesday, May 12th, 7:00PM, CDT: Hokhe’ah tokhi’ah: How to offer criticism or rebuke
Wednesday, May 7th, noon, CDT: Do Not Stand Idly By
Monday, April 27th, 4:00PM CDT: Ukh’she-ani l’atzmi mah ani — Caring Beyond Oneself
Wednesday, April 29th, noon, CDT: V’im lo akhshav eimatai — If Not Now, When?
Friday, May 1st, 11:00AM CDT: Weekly parashah (Torah portion) study.
Monday, April 20th, 4:00PM CDT: Im ein ani li mi li (Part I) — Commandments, Understanding of Oneself, and Understanding of One’s PurposePlease email me to receive your Zoom link.
Wednesday, April 22nd, noon CDT: Im ein ani li mi li (Part II; you do not need to have attended on Monday to attend this lesson!) — Self-Care, Self-Advocacy, and Self-Agency
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Friday, April 24th, 11:00AM CDT: Parashat ha-shavua (weekly Torah portion) study
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Monday, April 13th, 2020, 4PMWhat Does Liberation Mean?
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1) First-night seder on Zoom with Rabbi Steigmann, Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 at 6:00PM CDT. Please email Rabbi Steigmann to reserve your spot. And please feel free to invite anyone else, as well. Just make sure that they email me an RSVP!

2) Zoom learning class with Rabbi Steigmann on Monday, April 6th, 2020 at 4:00PM CDT. The topic is: Elijah the Prophet: Who is He, and Why Do We Invite Him to Our Seders? The Zoom link is here. No RSVP needed. (Note that Zoom is updating their privacy features. If the link does not work, then please email me when you are trying to log in. I will have email open at that time!)

Monday, March 30th, 4:00PM CST: The prinicple of piku’ah nefesh (saving a life).

Wednesday, April 1st, noon CST: How and when does piku’ah nefesh (saving a life) apply in our world?

Friday, April 3rd, 11:00AM CST: Parashat ha-shavu’a (weekly Torah portion).

Friday, March 27th, 11:00AM CST: Parashat Ha-Shavu’a (Weekly Torah portion)
Wednesday, March 25th, Noon, CST: Gam Zu L’Tovah (This, Too, is for the Good)

Monday, March 23rd, 4:00PM CST: Talking to God in Anger, Fear, or Pain

Friday, 3/20 at 11:00AM CST: Parashah (Torah portion) study

Today, Wednesday 3/18 at 4:00PM CST: Areivut (collective responsibility)