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Friday, December 16, 2016
Community Shabbat Dinner
With Guest Speaker, Sam Block, MSCI Inc.
Topic: Responsible Investing: are all investments kosher?
Sunday, March 29, 2009
In Jewish tradition, this year is a Hakhel year, a year of gathering and connection, celebrating Jewish unity. Join hundreds of cities around the world on Sunday, March 29, 2009, as Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks shares words of kinship and inspiration. Click here for details
Sunday, 24 Elul, 5769 - Sept. 13, 2009
Join more than 250 Jewish communities around the world, in the spirit of Jewish Unity during this year of Hakhel (Gathering), for a syndicated lecture with Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, titled Together We Can Fill The World With Light.
Sunday, 22 Sivan, 5769 - June 14, 2009, 8pm
At age eight, Rabbi Lau was youngest surviving prisoner from Buchenwald. After being liberated he immigrated to Palestine. He was elected as Israel’s Chief Rabbi in 1993 for ten years. Recently, Israel's Cabinet named him chairman of the council of the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial. Rabbi Lau is the recipient of the prestigious Israel Prize, the country's highest civilian honor.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
In Jewish tradition, this year is a Hakhel year, a year of gathering and connection, celebrating Jewish unity of heart through unity of purpose. Join hundreds of cities around the world on January 25, 2009, as Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz shares words of kinship and inspiration. Click here for details
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All in all, I now have a completely new understanding of my religion.  There are so many things that I could have gone my whole life not knowing that I know now, and I’m very thankful that I took this class.  It just made me even more interested in Judaism, and I have so many questions and would love to continue learning more.  … really opened up my mind to so many things I would have never even thought I’d have wanted it opened up to.  And I’m definitely now much more proud of my religion than I ever was before.

-Jessica  Haskin Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts