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The Levine Scholar in Residence Weekend- February 10-11th
February 10 - February 11
5:30 pm Pre-Shabbat light dinner in Sanctuary building– Register here
6:15 pm Shabbat Service
7:30 PM TISH WITH RABBI NICO AND RABBI SHMULY: QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, AND STORIES ABOUT SOCIAL JUSTICE AROUND THE SHABBOS TABLE.
Meet us in the Oneg room for a cozy discussion around the shabbos table with Rabbi Nico and Rabbi Shmuly. Where they will answer questions that you have submitted as well as share stories about social justice. Please register
Submit questions that you would like to ask Rabbi Shmuly here
9:30 AM TORAH STUDY TAKE OVER BY RABBI DR. SCHMULY YANKLOWITZ: JEWISH ETHICS THROUGH THE EYES OF PIRKEI AVOT
Everyone is welcome. Join Rabbi Dr Shmuly Yanklowitz for a lecture about Jewish ethics through the lens of his latest book Pirkei Avot: A Social Justice Commentary. Pirkei Avot a text about Jewish Practical Wisdom and the first record of social justice in Western civilization. His commentary explores the text through a lens of contemporary social justice and moral philosophy. Please register.
Here is a video from CARR introducing Rabbi Shmuly’s book and the topic.
10:30 am Shabbat for students K-5
We will have a Shabbat craft, Torah play, and service for students grades k-5. Register here
10:30 am Shabbat Service
12:30 PM KIDDUSH COMMUNITY LUNCH IN THE ONEG ROOM
We will all come together for a community lunch. Register here
1:15 pm “Oneg” for Students in Grade k-5 Register here
1:15 PM LEARNING OPPORTUNITY FOR ADULTS: JEWISH ACTIVISM DEVELOPING OUR SOCIAL JUSTICE VOICE
Lecture by Rabbi Shmuly. Register here
7:00 PM SHOC HAVDALAH: PERSPECTIVE ON HOW TO ACT GLOBALLY EVEN WHEN YOU FEEL SMALL
Do you think we should reduce social inequities? What can one person do? Join Shir Hadash’s Social Justice Committee (SHOC) and visiting scholar Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, for Havdalah and a discussion temple’s Oneg Room. We will consider how to motivate ourselves and others to move from providing services and money to working for systemic changes, and how to stay engaged despite the slow pace of any such change.
Lecture by Rabbi Shmuly Register here