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Celebrate Purim with Fabrangen and TLS!

Once again, we invite you to join Fabrangen and Tikkun Leil Shabbat (TLS) for Purim. Get your costumes ready, bring a few Shalot Manot bags to swap, drinks/snacks, and tzedakah money. And, bring a noise-making box of cereal, crackers, or pasta to use as a grogger and then donate to a soup kitchen. We will have a very lively evening of fun.

The festivities are at the 15th Street Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening March 4, 2015.  The site is near “R” Street and the closest Metro is Dupont Center.  This site is wheelchair accessible.
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First time at Fabrangen on Shabbat?
Guests are always welcome at our services.
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First time at Fabrangen for High Holidays?
No tickets or reservations needed. All are welcome to join us for services.
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Join us for a potluck dinner at a member's home.
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TLS/Avodah/Fabrangen Hamentaschen Baking!

March 3 at 7 p.m.
Spend your Tuesday evening doing the best activity EVER (making cookies, duh) with old and new friends from Tikkun Leil Shabbat, Fabrangen, and AVODAH!

It's almost Purim, so you HAVE to have fun! Come join us for hamentaschen making and some tomfoolery in preparation for TLS/Fabrangen's Purim megilla reading and celebration.

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Max on Heschel

Max Ticktin, along with his wife Esther, has been the heart and soul of Fabrangen since arriving in Washington in 1972, a year after Fabrangen started. Max was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1947 and holds a masters in Hebrew literature. For nearly 30 years, he shaped the Hillel movement at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Chicago, focusing particularly on social justice causes. He is also a pioneer in the Havurah and Jewish Renewal movement, creating the "Upstairs Minyan" at the University of Chicago.
In January 2013, Dr. Marsha Rozenblit, a noted historian and longtime Fabrangen member, sat down with Max at his home to discuss the legacy of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, a few weeks past Heschel's 40th yahrtzeit. More . . .