Together We Do Extraordinary Things!
A morning dedicated to promoting inspiration & a thought provoking exchange through Jewish learning
Each instructor will present two sessions. Please make your choices and we will do our best to accommodate you.
A - Rabbi Bentley: Disorganized Religion.
B - Rabbi Denebeim: The Bounty of Our Holy Land:
Kabbalah and Seven Fruits of Israel
C - Rabbi Drucker: The Gift of Forgiveness
D - Rabbi-in-Training King: Survival, Music and The Holocaust.
E - Rabbi Kreiman: The 7 Species of Israel - A Kabbalistic Approach
F - Rabbi Lazar: To Rest in Peace: Burial & Cremation
in the Jewish Tradition
G - Rabbi Zionts: The 20th Century Search for a Homeland:
Birobidzhan and Why It Failed.
H - Rabbi Bentley: How to Find Common Ground in a Divided World.
I - Rabbi Denebeim: Splitting the Red Sea: Fact or Fiction?
J - Rabbi Drucker: Rescuers: Portraits of Moral Courage
in the Holocaust.
K - Rabbi-in-Training King: Survival, Music and The Holocaust.
L - Rabbi Kreiman: The 7 Species of Israel - A Kabbalistic Approach
M - Rabbi Lazar: When Folk Art and Sacred Text Meet:
Scenes from the Book of Esther.
N - Rabbi Zionts: The 20th Century Search for a Homeland:
Israel and Why It Succeeded.
Welcome: Ken Hailpern
Closing presentation: Dr. Michael Alexander, Maimonides Chair, University of California Riverside: “Learning on the College Campus.”
Fee: $12 pre-paid • $18 for same day walk-ins.