"Two Jews, Three Opinions, One Thriving Community" - A Weekend of Learning and Envisioning with Rabbi Amy Levin.
Since ancient days, Jewish tradition has been nudging us into communal life. From Torah to contemporary sociology, from personal experience to aspirational envisioning, we'll immerse ourselves in the concept of community over the course of a weekend and emerge with an appreciation for the power of sacred community to shelter us, ward off a sense of isolation, nurture our families and engage our minds and souls.
Scholar-In- Residence weekend begins on Friday, November 15 at 5:45 pm (registration and fee required for dinner), Services at 7:00 pm. A lecture will follow services at 8:00pm. Rabbi Levin will discuss the concepts of community in Judaism and Jewish tradition during Shabbat services on Friday and on Saturday morning.
All are welcome to attend.