September 15, 2014 / 20th of Elul, 5774
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Mitzvot: Good Deed or Commandment?

Wednesday, December 5
7:00pm – 8:30pm
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Mitzvot: Good Deed or Commandment?
Led by RABBI DANIEL KLEIN, Our Rabbi-in-Residence & with Hebrew College's Rabbinical School
Wednesdays, December 5th & 19th from 7 to 8:30 pm
Mitzvot are commonly referred to as good deeds -- a world away from it's literal translation: Commandment
What's at stake in these different translations? What place to mitzvot have in our lives? Rabbi Daniel Klein will take us through the history of mitzvot as it has evolved over time in Judaism & consider how we can engage with them today
RSVP: Call. 617-523-0453 Email. Visit. -- where you can make payments via PayPal!
Connect with us: RSVP on Facebook & invite your friends!
Mitzvot: Good Deed or Commandment is part of the Boston Synagogue's CHESS Program -- making Jewish Connections through Culture, Heritage, Education, Spiritual & Social
This series is supported in part by a grant from CJP's Innovation Grants Committee

Free for Synagogue Members
$5 Non-Members

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