Couples Night Out: Not Just for Young Couples!
Strangers in the Field: Jewish Implications of Immigration Reform
Rabbi Yonah and Dr. Rachel Berman
Saturday, January 31
Home of Frederique and Conrad Smits
20 Eliot Memorial Road, Newton
$36/couple before 1/25
$45/couple after 1/25
Register below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to men and women.
Limited to 12 couples.
Spend an evening out with your spouse, learning Torah together over dessert.
Rabbi Yonah Berman is the spiritual leader of Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe in Brighton. A native of Teaneck, NJ and alumnus of Yeshivat Har Etzion, Yeshiva University and YCT Rabbinical School, Rabbi Berman is also a member of the Jewish Life Team at JCDS and a teacher in Hebrew College’s Eser program. Dr. Rachel Berman grew up in Philadelphia and moved to Boston to attend Harvard University where she majored in social anthropology. She continued her studies in medicine and public health at Boston University, and she trained in pediatrics at Boston Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital. She is currently a second-year fellow in academic pediatrics and preventive medicine at Boston Medical Center. Her interests include mitigating health disparities for the underserved, specifically immigrant and refugee children, child development, and primary care. Together, they are the very proud parents of Lev Baruch, who joined their family in July 2014. Together, they enjoy spending time outside, and can often be found at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
This program is supported in part by a Young Adult Mezzanine Grant from Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
Event Location: Home of Frederique and Conrad Smits
20 Eliot Memorial Road, Newton, MA, 02458
$45.00 Registration after 1/25