ELUL Institute 2019 / 5779 – 3rd in a 3-part series

September 18, 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Congregation Beth Shalom
14200 Lamar
Overland Park, KS 66223

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Beyond the Pushke: Transforming tzedakah into sacred spending for the sake of personal renewal

Rabbi Daniel Nevins

Rabbinical School Dean, Jewish Theological Seminary

The Jewish Theological Seminary is the flagship Jewish educational institution for Conservative Judaism, and trains leaders and teachers from across the entire denominational spectrum.

Co-sponsored by Congregation Ohev Sholom.  We invited sister congregations to join us for these evenings so that our learning will be richer, and we can form new connections with others in our Jewish community as we enter the new year.

Coffee and sweets with be served.  There is no charge for this 3-part series.

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An invitation from Rabbi David Glickman:

Shalom my friends,

I am excited to invite you to learn and grow with us on three Wednesday evenings of learning: September 4th, September 11th, and September 18th at 7:30 pm. There is no cost for these talks and they are open to all. These evenings are not limited to Congregation Beth Shalom members; we encourage you to invite friends and family members from the entire community to join us for this inspiring learning.

The Hebrew month before Rosh HaShanah is the month of Elul. It is a month of joyful anticipation for renewal. In celebration of Elul, we are having three outstanding Jewish teachers come to our community.  These are all top-tier educators that we are privileged to have at our synagogue. In our High Holidays prayers each year we say focus on the centrality of Teshuvah(repentance), Tefillah (prayer), and Tzedakah (charity).

If you have any questions, please contact me directly at dglickman@bethshalomkc.org.

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