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  • Wednesday ,
    MarMarch  11 , 2020
    The Messiest Purim Ever

    Wednesday, Mar 11th 5:00p to 7:30p
    Get ready for flying pies, spraying slime and messiness galore! This year's Purim festivities at Or Ami are sure to be the biggest mess of all time as contestants vie for glory in our Nickelodeon-style game-show madness. Come in costume and join us for our Carnival and Community dinner beforehand! (Dinner Registration below)


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  15 , 2020
    Butterfly Project

    Sunday, Mar 15th 11:00a to 12:00p
    The Butterfly Project is a worldwide movement to honor and memorialize every child lost in The Holocaust. Each child will decorate a ceramic butterfly, which symbolizes children spreading their wings and embracing their differences. The project is designed for children in pre-K through 5 th grade. It is not scary and will reinforce the beauty of differences among all children, and the importance of kindness towards all. Questions? Contact Sari Gassner ( or Laurie Marmor (


  • Wednesday ,
    MarMarch  18 , 2020
    Beit T'shuvah presents FREEDOM SONG

    Wednesday, Mar 18th 7:00p to 8:45p
    A cast of actual addicts in recovery use song and dance, tears and laughter to open your eyes to the real life struggle against the “bondage of self” that we fight every day. 8pm Post-Show Discussion with cast to follow 7pm performance in three age-focused groups:7th/8th Graders, 9th-12th Graders & Adults.


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  29 , 2020
    Speaker Event: Rabbi John L. Rosove

    Sunday, Mar 29th 4:00p to 6:00p
    Come and hear an inspiring talk about Israel and its critical place in the lives of all Jews of all generations. Rabbi Rosove will share ideas from his upcoming book and engage in dialogue with our temple community. Rabbi John L. Rosove is Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel of Hollywood where he served as Senior Rabbi from 1988 to 2019. He served as the national chairperson of the Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA) (2016-2018) and is national co-chair of the Rabbinic and Cantorial Cabinet of J Street from 2012-2016 and again from 2019. He received the World Union for Progressive Judaism International Humanitarian Award (2002) and special commendation from the State of Israel Bonds. In 2013 he was honored by J Street at its Fifth Anniversary Celebration in Los Angeles. Rabbi Rosove is the author of “Why Judaism Matters – Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to His Children and the Millennial Generation” published by Jewish Lights Publishers, a division of Turner Publishing (October, 2017) and of “Why Israel [and its Future] Matters – Letters of Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation” to be published in 2019 by Ben Yehuda Press.


  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  2 , 2020
    Jewish Women's Theatre presents Mapping of the Mind

    Thursday, Apr 2nd 7:00p to 9:00p
    Congregation Or Ami is excited to announce the latest visit from the incredible artists of JWT. They will be performing their hit show, Mapping of the Mind: Mental illness is no laughing matter, but these stories and poems just might surprise you with their humor, heart, courage and hope.


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