Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Mark Levin at TBT

October 7, 2016 Free

Learn with Rabbi Mark Levin, author of “Praying the Bible: Finding Personal Meaning in the Siddur, Ending Boredom & Making Each Prayer Experience Unique,” during Shabbat Shuvah, October 7-9, 2016. Temple Beth Tikvah is the first stop on this newly published author’s book tour. Friday evening services begin at 6:30pm with an oneg before services at 6:00pm. Rabbi Levin’s Friday evening sermon is titled “Adon Olam: No Xanax or Lexapro Needed.”

Because we read the same prayers week after week at Shabbat services and know them so well, we recite them by rote. We sometimes wonder how they apply to us. Spanning some 40 years in the rabbinate, Rabbi Mark Levin has written a book explaining a different approach to understanding the meaning of prayer. He says Jewish prayer is very different than many people think and he wants the general Jewish public to have access to it. Over the course of this special weekend, we will have the opportunity to unpack prayer in order to rediscover the transformational power and purpose to our ancient words.

Free and open to the community.

Organized by: Lisa Singer

Location: 9955 Coleman Rd, Roswell, GA 30075 United States

Price: Free

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