TBE Shabbat Dinners

 

Shabbat Dinner & Program with Gun VChaplain Clementina Cheryiolence Prevention Activist, Chaplain Clementina M. Chéry
Friday, March 15, 6:00 pm

Join us for conversation and Shabbat dinner with Chaplain Clementina M. Chéry founder of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute founded in 1994 after the murder of her fifteen year old son Louis. Chaplin Chéry is both an inspiring leader and a gun violence prevention activist. Chéry is also an internationally recognized expert in the field of homicide response. She is an ordained Chaplain and a Lady of the Order of St. Gregory the Great, the highest honor bestowed by Pope John Paul II on a lay Catholic.

Learn more:  Caron Tabb,  [email protected] or 617.645.4624        

 

 

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Chaplain Clementina M. Chéry

In addition to the innovative programs and services Chaplain Chéry developed at the Peace Institute, she has published tools for survivors of homicide victims including the Survivors Burial and Resource Guide and Always in My Heart: A Workbook for Grieving Children. Chaplain Chéry was chosen as a 2017 Barr Fellow for her effective, visionary, and collaborative leadership and capacity to motivate others, drive change, and produce results. She was also selected as a 2016 Social Innovator by the Social Innovation Forum in recognition of the Peace Institute’s groundbreaking solutions to social problems. She is also the founder and chair of the Mother's Day Peace Walk which celebrates the lives of gun violence victims.  Chéry holds honorary Doctorate Degrees from College of the Holy Cross, Regis College, and Mount Ida College. Chaplain Chéry has served families of murder victims for over two decades and has trained thousands of public health professionals, law enforcement officials, and religious leaders in the best practices for supporting survivors and interrupting cycles of retaliatory violence. Her proudest accomplishment is being Louis, Alexandra and Allen’s mother and Alexander’s grandmother.   

Learn more:  Caron Tabb,  [email protected] or 617.645.4624        

          


TBElle 5th Year Anniversary Services & Shabbat Dinner
Friday, March 29, 6:00 pm

Our congregant led TBElle program is celebrating five years of community learning!  Join us as we reminisce over the past five years and honor those who have participated to make this a favorite TBE program.

 

Questions: Lynn Burke, [email protected]

 

 

 

 

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REVIVAL Shabbat Dinner & Show* 
Friday, April 26

REVIVAL is a spiritual folk-rock show that speaks to urgent moral issues of our day. It features original story-driven music by Kristen Plylar-Moore performed by a small ensemble of singers and instrumentalists. Rooted largely in Hebrew biblical texts, the music expresses themes of love and justice, and envisions a world grounded in compassion and dignity for everyone. REVIVAL has been performed in venues around NYC, and an album of the show’s music (2018) has garnered notable coverage in both press and radio.

*You do not need to attend dinner to enjoy the 8:00 pm show. Learn more about the show.

 

 

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ADL Shabbat Service & Dinner with Regional Director Robert Trestan
Friday, May 17, 6:00 pm

Join us to hear from Anti-Defamation League Regional Director Robert Trestan to learn about the increase in Anti-Semitism and how the ADL is working locally and nationally to combat it.

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