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Hineini: Gaining a New Perspective with Kyle Simon

Friday, January 22, 2021 9 Sh'vat 5781

7:25 PM - 7:45

Gather with the Hineini Committee IMMEDIATELY after Shabbat services (7:25 pm)  for 15 minutes as we learn from members of our congregation or figures in our community about what it is like to live with a disability or care for a loved one with a disability, today. We will ask important questions about  faith, inclusivity, the pandemic and more. We hope that by hearing from our community members we will all "gain a new perspective" and enter Shabbat with much to contemplate and ponder.

In this installment of Gaining a New Perspective we will hear from Kyle Simon.
Kyle Simon hails from Atlanta, Georgia. He is 24 years old and was raised at Temple Sinai. Kyle has been an active member of the Jewish community his whole life.  Kyle currently works as a beekeeper and a honey salesman for a program called: Hives for Honey. Prior to beekeeping Kyle worked at the Marcus Jewish Community Center. During his free time he enjoys watching sports and hanging out with friends. He looks forward to sharing his story with the Temple Sinai Community.
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Upcoming Programs
- February 19: Singer/Songwriter Nick May*
- March 19: Margery Diamond

*Nick will also join us during our February 19 special Shabbat Service for Jewish Disabilities Awareness Month. Throughout services he will share with us pieces of his program Being Heard. Being Heard is a program that combines storytelling and singing to show the power of being inclusive, not only towards others but to ourselves. Learn more about Nick May here.

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