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Friday, 20. January 2023 at 17:30
Kabbalat Shabbat for young people (10-18 years)
Saturday, 21. January 2023 at 10:30
Friday, 27. January 2023
International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Holocaust and National Socialism
Saturday, 22. January 2023
Friday, 03. February 2023 at 19:15
Literary Kabbalat Shabbat with stories by Wolf Biermann
Saturday, 04. February 2023 at 10:30
Sunday, 05. Februar 2023 at 15:30
Tu Bi Shvat Seder
Friday, 10. Februar 2023 at 19:15
Saturday, 11. February 2023 at 10:00!
Friday, 17. February 2023 at 19:15
Saturday, 18. February 2023 at 10:30
Friday, 24. February 2023
Saturday, 25. February 2023
Tuesday, 28. February 2023 at 15:30
Friday, 03. March 2023 at 19:15
Saturday, 04. March 2023 at 10:30
Sunday, 05. March 2023
Bake Hamantaschen (time to be announced)
Monday, 06. March2023 at 17:00
Erev Purim, Megillah Reading
Friday, 10. March2023 at 19:15
Saturday, 11. March2023 at 10:00!
Information about the Kiddushim and the Corona precautionary measures can be found on the web pages where you can register.
Culture by and with Beth Shalom
The event series Diverse Memories is looking for ways to rethink the culture of remembrance. She wants to find empty spaces, fill gaps and enable encounters. She sheds light on the relationship between an intercultural society and a nationally defined culture of remembrance: How do different cultural perspectives support the debate on National Socialism and the Holocaust? What role does a diverse culture of remembrance play in the fight against anti-Semitism and racism? And how important is remembrance culture participation for dealing with past and present experiences of violence?
Together we will explore the question of how we can create a culture of remembrance in Germany in which we all find ourselves – and in which cultural polyphony and historical responsibility go hand in hand.
An event of the Liberal Jewish Community Munich Beth Shalom in cooperation with the NS Documentation Center Munich, Munich Forum for Islam (MFI).
Venue: NS Documentation Center, Max-Mannheimer-Platz 1, 80333 Munich here
with cantor Nikola David and works by Emanuel Kirschner as part of the week of brotherhood
Details will be announced later
1923 as a turning point in dealing with Jews
An event of the Liberal Jewish Community Munich Beth Shalom. Venue: Online via Zoom, Entry: 7€, Registration: here
With the curators Dr. Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Dr. Michaela Feurstein-Prasser and artist Arnold Dreyblatt
What is the idea behind the work of art “Last Europeans?” and what is the significance of the selected quotations that can be seen in the work of art? And what is a lenticular print? The curators of the current temporary exhibition “The Last Europeans. Jewish perspectives on the crises of an idea” with the artist himself. As an American artist and composer who has lived in Berlin since 1984, Arnold Dreyblatt brings his own perspective on the „idea of Europe“ and will explain his artistic approach and intention.
An event of the Liberal Jewish Community Munich Beth Shalom in cooperation with the Jewish Museum Munich. Venue: Jüdisches Museum München, Sankt-Jakobs-Platz 16, 80331 Munich, Entry: free, Registration: here
Since July 20, 2021, 7:00 p.m. on the Youtubechannel the literary store:
Michael Wolffsohn We were lucky children – despite everything, a German-Jewish family history
When his seven-year-old grandson Noah confronted his grandfather Michael Wolffsohn about wanting to „know more about Jews and Hitler,“ historian Michael Wolffsohn could not help but fulfill his wish. After none of the existing books seemed suitable to him, he took up pen himself. His own family history offered him enough material to show how Jews fared under Hitler. From the family chronology published in 2017 „German-Jewish Children of Fortune. A world history of my family“ was a very readable version for the grandchildren generation – and their parents.
World history is reflected in the widely ramified German-Jewish family. Despite Nazi terror and severe blows of fate, a large part of the family was lucky. Anyone who survived the Holocaust was a „lucky child“. Michael Wolffsohn explains how the family fared under National Socialism, emigration and after their return to post-war Germany in a well-explained manner with many stories and anecdotes.
In conversation with Rachel Salamander and Ariella Chmiel, Michael Wolffsohn presents his book, which has just been published by dtv junior. In cooperation with Beth Shalom Munich, B’nai B’rith, dtv and Salon Luitpold.