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Beth Jacob Blood Drive

Come give the gift of life at the Beth Jacob Annual Blood Drive!

Sunday, January 20th, 2019
9:30 am – 2:30 pm

We need your help; sign up today at Beth-Jacob.org/BloodDrive!

Buddy Blood Drop

Questions? Contact Sharon Benmaman at sharonben AT comcast DOT net.

Want to volunteer? Contact David Honan at AkivaHonan AT gmail DOT com.

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Classic Text Series 2018

This year’s Classic Text Series will focus on the lives of two people who play supporting roles in the Torah but are leaders in their own right. Come learn about Aaron and Miriam as leaders and as people.

 

Aaron as a Paradigm – The Place of Ritual in Jewish Society
Taught by David Rischall
Sunday, February 18, 10 am

 

Explore the role Aaron played as high priest during the Israelites’ 40 year sojourn in the desert.  What does this narrative tell us about the role of ritual leadership in an idealized Jewish society?

 

Miriam in the Bulrushes – Hidden Figures
Taught by Rabbi Shosh Dworsky
Sunday, February 25, 10 am

 

Moses is remembered as our liberator, the public face of our exodus from Egypt. But there are many “hidden figures” without whom he may never have been born. His sister Miriam is one of them, and our sages of old recognize her critical role. Come learn more about her and her hidden importance!

 

There is no charge for these sessions.

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Israel @ 70: The Religious Meaning of Israel

The Religious Meaning of Israel
With Rabbi Yosi Gordon
Thursday, February 22, 7 pm

Beth Jacob’s Adult Education series in honor of Israel’s 70th year continues!

Israel, for the Jewish People, is a fulcrum around which our Jewish identity revolves. But is the meaning of Israel, for us, a secular issue, or can Israel occupy a central place in our spiritual lives and religious thinking? How can Jewish religious thinking help us look at issues like religious pluralism, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and Israel and the world, as questioning, religious and non-religious Jews?

Join Rabbi Yosi Gordon to explore all these facets of the Religious Meaning of Israel.

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