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Passover Seder

Don't miss out on the richness and depth of Passover - TAO style.  It's a wonderful chance to savor the joys of Pesach at the mystic level of understanding with your family and your TAO family.   This is an experiential evening that will teach and encourage all who attend to share the holiday of Passover with joy, meaning and spirituality. Rabbi Marc [...]
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The Collective Voice: In Song. Of Prayer. For Change.

We welcome you to our first gathering of The Collective Voice: In Song. Of Prayer. For Change. Together, we will explore and discuss important topics that connect us to our inner and outer world, celebrate life through music, song, ritual and dance, and explore individual and collective actions we can take toward a more compassionate and whole world. If [...]
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Lag B’Omer potluck celebration

Falling between Passover and Shavuot, Lag B'Omer is the 33rd day of Counting of the Omer.  The counting is intended to remind us of the link between Passover, which commemorates the Exodus, and Shavu'ot, which commemorates the giving of the Torah.  It reminds us that the redemption from slavery was not complete until we received the Torah. Lag B'Omer [...]
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Shavuot – Light the Light of Remembrance

Light the Light of Remembrance. Study with Rabbi Marc, and light lanterns of memorial for loved ones and pets - At the Rabbi's Advance registration required - no walk-ins.  We will have lanterns only for those who have registered in advance.  Deadline is Friday, June 7.   $36 suggested donation - wine, cheese, special Kaddish and lantern - click [...]
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Challah bake

Once again, with direction from Evelyn, and with fun with your friends, join us to measure, knead, and braid your own Challah. The ingredients will be measured out before time; all you have to do is put it together!  Two options available - traditional and gluten free.  Deadline to register is Sunday, June 16 - no walk-ins will be allowed because [...]
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Selichot Potluck – At The Rabbi’s

Selichot begins the introspective period that is the hallmark of the High Holy Days.  The effect of a Selichot service can be quite moving. You sense the extraordinary nature of the prayer and turn introspectively within yourself. It's a time to begin to think about all of your experiences, all of your behaviors, and all you have ever been and done. The [...]
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Rosh Hashanah

Imbue your High Holy Days with Meaning and Joy. We invite you to experience the warmth and meaning of   joyful Judaism with Temple Adath Or at the Miniaci Center at Nova Southeastern University.     Register Now! Join Us! It seems incredible that another successful year is coming to an end and that we are planning our inspirational [...]
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Kol Nidre

Kol Nidre (All Vows) is one of the most dramatic and moving moments of the Jewish year. It is normally sung at the beginning of the service for Yom Kippur and it sets the tone for the solemn Day of Atonement. It is traditional to wear a white garment for the whole of the holiday, the color white symbolizing both our spiritual purity and our withdrawal [...]
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