Join us for our Pride Movie Night on Sunday, June 23 at 6:00 pm in The Fishman Library
The Bubble looks at LGBTQ life in Tel Aviv and Israel. It is a sleek, chic film that defines the contradictions of modern Israeli life. The Bubble weaves together the lives of likable young characters of various exuberant sexualities into a story line that raises issues far more complex than the characters seem prepared to handle.
This event is generously sponsored by the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence.
The Temple has always promoted the two central ideals in Jewish teachings “Love thy neighbor” and “all people are created in God’s image.” Throughout The Temple’s 175 year history Rabbis and lay leaders have been active in civil rights and in advocating for fair treatment of all people including LGBTQ individuals.
The Temple rabbis are active with the Fairness Campaign and have conducted same sex marriage rites since 1996 – including the first same sex marriage in the state of Israel. The Temple is a welcoming congregation and celebrates the contributions of all of its members. The Temple rabbis hope that Pride Shabbat will help to promote acceptance for and celebration of LGBTQ individuals in Louisville and throughout the region.