Our Own Stories—Straight from the Heart Rhythm & Ruach and “The Moth” Shabbat February 8th

Are you a fan of the Moth Radio Hour? Do you enjoy storytelling? Please join us and share your true story or listen to others telling their true stories. We welcome storyteller volunteers and strongly encourage you to submit your story idea in advance of the evening. Here are some Shabbat-related themes to get those creative juices flowing:

Guess who’s coming to dinner? — most interesting Shabbat guest
Stories from the table — Shabbat dinner experiences
Shomer Shabbat or not – now what?
Best Shabbat experience ever!
Shabbat with Bubbe and Zeydie – when old world meets new.
The dog ate my challah and other pet stories.
Around the world on Shabbat — Amazing Shabbat travel experiences.

Got a great Shabbat story? Pitch it to our team! Stories should be 5 minutes or less. Send your ideas to Pam Mizrachi at pammizrachi@gmail.com

Join us on February 8th for an uplifting, musical Shabbat experience as we welcome Shabbat with Cantor Ethan Goldberg and the WJC musicians. Stay for some dessert and enjoy hearing friends tell Shabbat stories from the heart. Optional dinner, 6:30, Rhythm & Ruach, 7:30, dessert and “The Moth” Shabbat, 8:30.

Not familiar with “The Moth?” Check it out through this link: https://themoth.org. Need some ideas to help craft your story? Look at how the pros do it: https://themoth.org/share-your-story/storytelling-tips-tricks

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