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13788 Conway Road
St. Louis, MO 63141
September 28 - 30, 2018
Alden Solovy, author of This Grateful Heart : Psalms and Prayers for a New Day (CCAR Press, 2017) and This Joyous Soul: A New Voice for Ancient Yearnings (CCAR Press, 2019) will be taking residency at United Hebrew Congregation during Sukkot. He will be joining Shabbat services, Torah Study, and several programs throughout the weekend.
Copies of This Grateful Heart: Psalms and Prayers for a New Day will be available for purchase.
2018 Trachtenberg Lecture
1666 Windsor Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Friday, October 12
Dinner: 6-8 PM ET
Trachtenberg Lecture Shabbat Service: 8-9 PM ET
From the earliest days of the State of Israel, American Jews have been concerned about the nature and direction of Israeli society. With the publication of The Fragile Dialogue: New Voices of Liberal Zionism, the Reform Movement has shown a new set of concerns; primarily, the inability of North American Jews to have civil, meaningful conversations about our varying opinions on the contemporary State of Israel.
Presented by the co-editor of The Fragile Dialogue, this year's Trachtenberg Lecture will explore how, together, we can bridge gaps and heal wounds in our communities through ongoing conversation.
Copies of The Fragile Dialogue will be available for purchase.
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Temple Beth Rishon
585 Russell Ave
Wyckoff, NJ 07481
February 2, 2019
Sweet Tastes of Torah is an annual evening of study, discussion, learning, and fun sponsored by the North Jersey Board of Rabbis. This year's Keynote Speaker is Rabbi Josh Weinberg, president of ARZA and author of "Is There a Common Ground?", an essay that addresses bridging the gap between North American Jews and Israel that is featured in The Fragile Dialogue: New Voices in Liberal Zionism (CCAR Press, 2018).
The Fragile Dialogue wrestles with and attempts to frame the discourse surrounding Zionism and Israel in the 21st Century Progressive Jewish Community.
The Jewish Animal Welfare Retreat
2019 Shamayim V'Aretz 4th Annual National Retreat
Pearlstone Conference & Retreat Center
4110, 5425 Mt Gilead Rd
Reisterstown, MD 21136
Friday, March 15, 2019 4:00 PM - Sunday, March 17, 2019
Founder and CEO of the Shamayim V'Aretz, Rabbi Yanklowitz is also the author of "Animal Kingdom," a chapter regarding our moral responsibility towards God's living creatures in Seven Days, Many Voices (CCAR Press 2017), and Pirkei Avot: A Social Justice Commentary, which will be available for purchase at the retreat.