Tragedy and Revenge

How is it that we can dismantle the impulse for revenge? Why is that important to do? Rabbi Jan will share insights from the Hebrew Bible and Rabbinic commentary as to the Jewish perspective on revenge.

In 2016, Rabbi Jan Salzman began Ruach haMaqom, a non-affiliated synagogue located in the heart of the Old North End in Burlington. She was ordained in 2010 by ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, where she was blessed to have been a student of Reb Zalman. Rabbi Jan serves on the Board of OHALAH, an international professional Association of Renewal Rabbis, Cantors and Rabbinic Pastors. She is on the board of Living Tree Alliance located in Moretown Vt, which is an ecologically oriented community that offers co-housing, farming, and educational opportunities. Rabbi Jan has lived in Vermont for over 35 years, is married to her “Rebbitzmon”, Loredo Sola, and has two grown children and a two grandchildren.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s topic.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s topic.

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Adventures Large and Small

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s description.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s speaker and topic.

This I Believe

In our “This I Believe” services, fellowship members offer thoughts about what they believe and what they wonder about over the course of their spiritual journey. Shared services such as these allow MMUUF members to share their thoughts and questions and gather rewards from the wisdom and gratitude of those who present. We hope you’ll join us.

Rightness, Reason & Relationship

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s description.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s speaker and topic.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s speaker and topic.

Sunday Service

Services are led by members of the fellowship and by invited guest speakers, including visiting UU ministers and leaders of other faiths. Each Service explores a different topic. Check back later for this Service’s speaker and topic. This is our last service before our traditional summer break, we return to services in September.