Weekend with Rabbi Shelton Donnell & Wendy Bocarsky-March 3-5, 2017

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Join us for one of the following events with Rabbi Emeritus Shelton Donnell and Wendy Bocarsky, March 3rd-5th

Friday, March 3
Shabbat Evening Services –עיון תפילה
“These are the Things: Judaism’s Guide for Living the Good Life.” Introduction to the weekend program.
7:30 p.m. | Chapel

Saturday, March 4
Torah Study-השכמת בית המדרש שחרית וערבי
Parashat Terumah (Exodus 25:1-27:19; 1Kings 5:26-6:13) –
Rabbi Donnell
9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. | TBS Board Room

Shabbat Service – Following Torah Study (Chapel)
Lunch & Learn –ביקור חולים|לווית המת
“Who Will Be For Me? – The Community’s Role in Times of Personal Crisis.” (Providing for those in need).
There is no charge for this program but please let us know if you plan on attending by completing the form below.

Evening Program –הכנסת אורחים “Is Our Door Always Open?”
A “Progressive Dinner” on the theme of “hospitality”. We will meet in private homes for appetizers, main course and dessert. Participants will be with a different group for each of the courses. There will be 3 topics to include themes of providing for the homeless, how we relate to the stranger in our midst, and how the synagogue practices this virtue.
$36 per person | 5:00 p.m. | Homes to be assigned
RSVP Required by February 22nd for Progressive Dinner. Please complete the form below.

Sunday, March 5
“Jewish Altruism-What Gave Rise to the Value of Tikkun Olam?”
– Rabbi Donnell
גמילות חסדים/הבאת שלום

“It’s All Relative: What is Family Today?” – Wendy Bocarsky
כיבוד אב ואם|הכנסת כלה

Two sessions: 9:00-10:25; 10:30-12:00.
There will be two offerings, each taught at both sessions, enabling participants to experience both sessions.

Each of the final sessions will wrap-up with the value that – תלמוד תורה כנגד כולם – the study of Torah is greater than them all because it leads to them all.
There is no charge for this program but please let us know if you plan on attending by completing the form below.

Spend The Weekend w/ Rabbi Donnell & Wendy Bocarsky - March 3-5, 2017

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    “Who Will Be For Me? — The Community’s Role in Times of Personal Crisis.” (Providing for those in need). Following Shabbat Morning Services.
  • Price: $36.00 Quantity:
    “Is Our Door Always Open?” A “Progressive Dinner” on the theme of “hospitality”. We will meet in private homes for appetizers, main course and dessert. Participants will be with a different group for each of the courses. There will be 3 topics to include themes of providing for the homeless, how we relate to the stranger in our midst, and how the synagogue practices this virtue. Cost: $36/per person RSVP Required by Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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    “Jewish Altruism—What Gave Rise to the Value of Tikkun Olam?” — Rabbi Donnell “It’s All Relative: What is Family Today?” — Wendy Bocarsky Two sessions: 9:00-10:25; 10:30-12:00. There will be two offerings, each taught at both sessions, enabling participants to experience both sessions. Each of the final sessions will wrap-up with the value that תלמוד תורה כנגד כולם — the study of Torah is greater than them all because it leads to them all.
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