From cradle to grave, religious life is governed by laws and customs. These traditions are present in everyday life as well as during rites of passage and celebrations marking the Jewish year. Both special and universal, these rites allow everyone to mark the important moments of life. They also make it possible to establish a bond at the heart of a collective, as well as with the sacred. The exhibition begins with the story of a modest synagogue inaugurated in Molenbeek in 1946, shedding light on the journey of a family and a community after the Second World War. The rites within the synagogue, as well as the musical traditions of East and West which are attached to it, are here brought to light.
Themes : History - Citizenship - Art - Brussels - Europe - Heritage
Duration : 1h00
Language Spoken : fr,en,nl
Participants : Groupes de 20 personnes au maximum
Visit resources : http://www.mjb-jmb.org/outils-pedagogiques/
Picknick : The MJB does not have a catering space for groups. We therefore recommend the following places to picnic in the neighborhood: Cafeteria BIP Brussel Info Plein or Cafeteria KBR - Royal Library of Belgium. Mandatory reservation.
Additional information : This exhibition can be visited both with a guide and in addition to our "Let's meet a Jew" and "Rites of passage" workshops.