- Wednesday | October 28, 2020
- 6:00 pm
Torah Queeries: Reading the weekly Parashat from an LGBTQ Perspective taught by Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
What do our sacred texts say to us today? How do our beloved and complex and often problematic texts help us to shape our lives, make ethical decisions, and honor the sacredness of every human being? Join us on the dates listed below from 7:00-8:30pm as we dive into the weekly portion and explore these and many other questions. No Hebrew or text study background necessary. Torah Queeries sessions will be recorded and archived on the pRiSm webpage for those who are unable to attend.
Join Zoom here.
Wednesday, October 14 from 7-8:30pm: Parashat Bereshit
Wednesday, October 28 from 6-7:00pm: Parashat Lech Lechat
Wednesday, November 11 from 7-8:30pm: Parashat Chayei Sarah
Tuesday, November 24 from 7-8:30pm: Parashat Vayetze
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, PhD. has been studying Torah for fifty years. A contributor to Torah Queries (2009), edited by Drinkwater, Lesser and Shneer, and The Queer Bible Commentary (2006), edited by Guest, Goss, West and Bohache,, she edited the ground-breaking Lesbian Rabbis: The First Generation (2001) with Alpert and Idelson, the prize-winning Chapters of the Heart: Jewish Women Sharing the Torah of Our Lives (2013) with Fuchs Kreimer, and The Open Door Haggadah (2002). She also served as Poetry Editor for The Torah: A Womens’ Commentary (2008), edited by Eskenazi and Weiss.