Dec 20, 2019
Night of Inspiration to Light Up, Empower with Adrienne Davis Gold
A transformative evening is in store for members of South Palm Beach County’s diverse Jewish community at the third Night of Inspiration on January 13 at 7:00 pm. Amid high-energy multimedia and music, Adrienne Gold Davis, a renowned international Jewish educator for the full spectrum of Jewish life and a cherished Momentum trip leader, will take the stage, presenting “We Are All the Chosen One: What it Means to be a Light Unto the Nations” at Olympic Heights Performing Arts Center.
“You won’t want to miss this incredible evening full of energy and inspiration for everyone in our diverse Jewish community,” said Rabbi Josh Broide, Director of the Deborah & Larry D. Silver Center for Jewish Engagement (CJE), a division of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County that is presenting the Night of Inspiration. “This evening will also celebrate the CJE’s fifth anniversary of connecting members from throughout our Jewish community to engage with Jewish life in ways that are meaningful to each of them.”
Now an acclaimed international Jewish educator and Momentum Israel trip leader informing and inspiring people from across the Jewish spectrum, Adrienne Gold Davis was first a Canadian television personality for almost two decades. Formerly Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project (JWRP), Momentum is dedicated to helping participants engage more with Jewish life - as it is meaningful to them. Amid their diversity, they connect to Jewish values, engage with Israel and our global Jewish family, take action, and foster unity without uniformity.
More than 17,000 women and 1,200 men – including hundreds from the Boca-Delray area - have taken the transformative Momentum journey.
“When you walk into a room and hear Adrienne speak, there is no question you will leave feeling inspired and empowered in ways you never imagined,” said Jill Shavitz, who traveled with Gold on a recent Momentum women’s trip to Israel. “She speaks with humor, brilliance, sincerity, and an electric high energy. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear her in Boca Raton!”
“How thrilling for me to finally be on 'home turf' with the fabulous women of South Palm Beach County!” said Davis. “I am delighted to learn and grow together with a community that is thriving and inspiring; a community that has become a force of light and blessing!
“At Momentum we believe in the power of one - in communities of unity without uniformity,” continued Davis. “We know that the Jewish people are 'one heart' and that together we can do so much more! On January 13, we will look at Jewish wisdom for living that helps each of us find our power and recognize our potential. As written by Marianne Williamson ‘when we let our own light shine we unconsciously give others the permission to do the same.’"
“Not only will we hear the phenomenal, renowned Jewish educator and speaker Adrienne Gold Davis - our high-energy, high-spirited multimedia program will also feature video, music and special effects,” continued Rabbi Broide. “The light of our Jewish South Palm Beach County will be amping up to a whole new level, and spilling from the auditorium throughout our community and far beyond.”
Olympic Heights Performing Arts Center, 20101 Lyons Rd, Boca Raton. Doors will open at 7:00 pm and the program will begin promptly at 7:30.
The cost to attend is $18 per person. To register or for more information, visit www.jewishboca.org/inspiration or contact Michelle Archambault at 561.558.2112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Helen & Irving Spatz Family Foundation is the generous sponsor of the 2020 Night of Inspiration.