July 12, 2019, 9:15 pm - 10:00 pm
7515 Olive Branch Way
Laurel, MD 20707
In tonight’s Oneg Group we will be looking at a very powerful poem on immigration by Jewish Mexican-American poet, Jonathan Menodoza and facilitated by resident poet (and congregant) Yvette Neisser.
What is the Oneg Group? A response to the following:
Do you sometimes feel shy during the Oneg? Would you like to have more of a sense of connection to fellow congregants, but aren’t sure how to get to a deeper level of conversation? Would you like to engage in relevant topics with others to learn about them, share of yourself, and explore something new or familiar?
Wait no longer, for the Oneg Group now meets on the 2nd Friday of each month. Help us deepen our connections to another another and building our community.
Those interested will meet in part of the Social Hall, along with a group facilitator, to engage with a topic of interest- from a discussion topic to experiential- to be announced at the end of the service.
This is intended as a very informal, participant friendly structure. Bring your drink and treats and stay for a few minutes or longer. If you have suggested topics or would like to help facilitate a discussion or experiential program, please contact Rabbi Daria.