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The Braided Candle


January 6 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

3506 Gwynnbrook Ave
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 United States
Free

Please join us for a joyful night of Jewish pride and purpose, almost 90 days since the horrific attack on Israel.

October 7, 2023 will forever be known as one of the darkest days in Israeli and Jewish history. At the same time, there is a beautiful truth emerging – Jewish people want to connect and live Jewish loudly.

Just like a Havdalah* candle is braided together with multiple strands, we will unite as Jewish Baltimore for a community-wide Havdalah experience with music by Acoustic Soul.

Light Kosher refreshments provided.

Questions? Contact Janna Hindman at jhindman@associated.org

Linda Elman and Linda Hurwitz, Chairs

*Havdalah is a spiritual celebration that embraces song and sensory experiences to mark the end of Shabbat, and welcome in a new week.

We welcome participants of all abilities. If you need any accommodations, please contact Janna at jhindman@associated.org.

Live-captioning is available through Maryland Relay Service. Generally, 48 hours advance notice is required to set this up.

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