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 Adat Shalom Congregational Retreat

Over the years, hundreds of Adat Shalom members have participated in memorable congregational retreats at the beautiful 4-H Center in the foothills of the Shenandoah Mountains. Now every other year, they're a rare chance to expand your Adat Shalom experience, make new friends, learn and grow, and spend quality time with family and fellow congregants. 

2017 Retreat

Wandering: Jews, and Others
(Immigrant Experiences, Refugees, and Other "Others")

Click to view pictures of the May 26–28, 2017 Retreat. 

NOTE: All the photos can be downloaded from the site for free. There is a download icon on each photo.

Program Highlights

2017 Retreat Choveret/BookletMany resources are here in this booklet for you to peruse! Some 190 adults will be studying this material together on Memorial Day weekend at the Adat Shalom retreat. But even if you’re not joining us, much is self-explanatory, and worth reading – including stand-alone articles like those on pages 18-19 and 25-26. NOTE: The front and rear covers, full of graphics and resources, are not numbered–Enjoy!

2017 Adat Shalom Retreat Choveret Table of Contents
(Note: the listed page number appears at the bottom of the page)
Content                                                                                                         Page
Schedule…………………………………………………………………………………....1–2
Fri. Night Text Study – love the ger/other (and inside front cover)…………………..4–7
Israel, 50 Years into Occupation/Reunification………………………………………...8–11
Shabbat morning resources, including “Who Counts?”…………..........................12–17
More Judaic resources, Saturday afternoon…………………………………………..18–26
Immigration resources, Saturday afternoon…………………………………………...27–33
Saturday evening songs and prayers…………………………………………………..35–40
Sunday morning Judaic & immigration resources (and p. 34)……………………….41–46
Next Steps resources…………………………………………………………………….47–48

For any questions, Please contact: Sarah, 301-767-3333 x 106 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.