Lili Kalish Gersch: Traditionally Jewish vs. Being Affiliated

Lili Kalish Gersch, Director of Literary, Music, and Dance Programming at Washington DC JCC, talks about how she identifies as a Jew and what Jewish affiliations mean to her.

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Julie Meredith: Coming Together Interfaith

Julie Meredith talks about her interfaith marriage, and that fact that if two people believe strongly in God, it brings them together.

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Shirley Serotsky: What is G-d? part 2

Shirley continues her musings on the world and G-d, of how she loves the mystery of how the world works and her reluctance to believe that it is all due to G-d.
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Shirley Serotsky: What is G-d? part 3

Shirley talks about Theater J and the goal of telling Jewish stories, all sorts of Jewish stories and how there’s a great power and beauty in the stories, whether G-d is part of the story or not. That there is a power in the stories.
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Rich Moonblatt: What is G-d? part 1

Filmed in Washington DC, Rich talks about what G-d means to him as a gay man and why we should celebrate and congratulate G-d on His or Her wisdom in creating all of us differently. We are faced with decisions every day, it’s G-d that sets those in motion.
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Rich Moonblatt: What is G-d? part 2

Rich continues his musings on what G-d is and the world today. In an ideal world we would cut through the hate and eliminate it because G-d created us all equally; gay, straight, black, white, Hispanic, etc. We are all equal.
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Marlene Cohen: “What is G-d?” part 1

Marlene talks about her view of G-d, both as a personal and as a community experience. How, during a time of grief, the support and comfort she received from family, friends and community is G-d. How the comfort from Judaism is G-d.
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Marlene Cohen: “What is G-d?” part 2

Marlene continues her thoughts on what G-d is and how she knows the presence of G-d. By being able to turn a simple room into a room of prayer for Shabbat, to connect to the G-d-self through the prayer of everyone there, they bring the vibration of holy space into the room.
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Marlene Cohen: “What is G-d?” part 3

Marlene talks about her upbringing and drifting away from Judaism in her 20s and into a variety of paths, from Wicca to Jesus, only to return to Judaism but not the Conservative/Orthodox Judaism of her youth but to an unaffiliated group that embraces diversity.
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Margaret Hahn on “What is G-d?” part 1

Margaret, Chief Operation Officer, Washington DC JCC, talks about how she came to realize her personal relationship with G-d didn’t fit her Catholic upbringing and how she is a Jew By Choice. How she feels Judaism is a much fuller, organic and reasonable relationship with G-d than what she had experienced before.
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