Lunch & Learn: The Month of Modern MiraclesDate: April 8, 2021Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Phone: 2035521818Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lunch & Learn is a weekly program, every Thursday from 12:30 – 1:30 pm. The Lunch & Learn program is generously sponsored by Rita Edelston.
The Month of Modern Miracles
Rabbi Yonatan Udren
How to commemorate and celebrate the modern holidays of the month of Iyar: Yom Ha’Atzmaut and Yom Yerushalayim.
The Key to Jewish Living: Derekh Eretz
Rabbi Moshe Edelman
In recent years, our globe, our country and our community seem to be "less civilized." Jews experience this as anti-Semitism. People of color experience exclusion, hatred and violence. Torah's lessons as developed in the Talmud create a positive, value-filled society. Let's study some of the sources.
Jews and Medicine: Dr. Jonas Salk and the Search for a Polio Vaccine
Learn about the fascinating life of Dr. Jonas Salk and his search for a polio vaccine -- along with the many Jewish lessons we can learn from his true epic saga.
Rabbanit Michal Kohane
Where is Jerusalem in the Torah?
For the Rest of Us
Rabbi Greg Wall
Sabbatical leave, in common parlance, allows workers to recharge their batteries, develop professionally and avoid burnout. However, the Torah’s concept of Sabbatical extends across every aspect of our lives, including our relationships with people, animals and even the land. Let׳s take time out to explore.
From Sefirat HaOmer to Revelation: How the Rabbis Read Biblical Texts
Rabbi Rahel Berkovits
The Torah says to count the Omer from the day after shabbat, yet the rabbis begin counting from the day after Pesach. How do they see the process of revelation, and what can we learn from their choices concerning the continuous unfolding of Torah?
Toxic Handlers in the Bible
Rabba Dr. Carmella Abraham
Lessons for the workplace.
Violence Against Women and the Bible’s Deafening Silence
Yael Klein Leibowitz
Come explore Ancient Israel’s revolutionary approach to gender issues and equality through a careful look at some of the Bible’s most scandalous episodes.