Shavuot Dessert and Learning

May 19, 2018 Atlanta Free

Come celebrate this OTP Reform Shavuot! Rabbinic tradition marks Shavuot as the day when the Israelites were united at the foot of Mt. Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments. As we study and pray together this evening, we love that our Reform congregations can mark this occasion with a show of unity. Please take the opportunity this evening to introduce yourselves to members of the different kehillot.

Cantor Lauren Adesnik (Temple Emanu-El), Cantor Nancy Kassel (Temple Beth Tikvah), and Cantorial Soloist Mike Zuspan (Congregation Dor Tamid) will lead us in prayer this evening

6:00-6:45pm Dessert & Schmooze

6:45-7:15pm Services

7:20-8:00pm Learning Session #1

8:05-8:45pm Learning Session #2

Choose from:

1. Rabbi Spike Anderson – “Black Fire on White Fire: Sacred Interpretation”

2. Rabbi Max Miller – “Finding Unity in Pluralism: How We Hold Differences Together”

3. Rabbi Harvey Winokur – “Who to Trusts at Sinai”

4. Rabbi Alex Shuval-Weiner – “A Biblical Recipe for World Peace in Ten Easy Steps”

5. Rabbi Jordan Ottenstein – “Should we accept this Torah? An Examination of the Midrash of Revelation

6. Rabbi Rachael Miller – “The Book of Ruth and Seeking Our Evolution”

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Saturday, May 19, 2018, 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Temple Emanu-El
1580 Spalding Drive
Atlanta, GA 30350
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