B' Mitzvah Basics with Alicia Jo Rabins and Cantor Rayna Green
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On this episode, host Rockne Roll digs into the nuts and bolts of b'nai mitzvah ceremonies and the work that goes into preparing for them. First, Cantor Rayna Green of Congregation Beth Israel talks about the history and process of becoming b'nai mitzvah. Then, Alicia Jo Rabins discusses her work as a b'nai mitzvah tutor and what becoming b'nai mitzvah outside of a synagogue looks like. Get tickets to Rabins' performance with the Camas High School Choir at Revolution Hall online at revolutionhall.com Read about Rabins' new web series, "Girls In Trouble TV," in today's edition of The Jewish Review at jewishportland.org/jewishreview. Help provide a celebratory Passover meal for local families in need through the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland's Passover 4 All campaign - donate online at jewishportland.org/passover4all24. Check out The Braid: The Go-To Jewish Story Company's new work, "Yearning To Breathe Free" in two live Zoom performances - visit tinyurl.com/BraidJFGP and use code portlandjf2 to get your free tickets courtesy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland.
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