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Shabbat Services and Scholar-in-Residence Program

February 29, 2020    
10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Friday evening join us for services and discussion with Scholar-in-Residencer Tamar Kamionkowski

Saturday continues the journey with a fascinating day with our Scholar-in-Residence. The day includes:

Shabbat Morning Services from 10:00 to 12:15. Take time out to explore the Torah and your own spirituality and connection to Judaism or to learn more about Judaism.  Guests are always welcome. Dr. Kamionkowski’s topic will be New Directions in Biblical Studies: The influence of the Persians on the Construction of Torah.

Shabbaton Pot-Luck Lunch & discussion after service in the Social Hall. RSVP: Sign up for the potluck lunch after Saturday services.

Shabbaton study session, 1:00 to 2:30 in the Social Hall where Dr. Kamionkowski’s topic will be The Nature of God in Torah: Modeling Diversity of Opinion

Come for any part of the day you can make.

Read all the details about these learning opportunities and about our Scholar in Residence: Shabbaton with Dr. Tamar Kamionkowski: Discussion Topics and Learning Opportunities