Join us for a two-part special torah studies session on the meaning, experience and modern day application of what Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot are all about. Bring a pen and paper, and find out why even the most secular Jews who have little or no involvement want to connect at this time of year. Basically, what’s it really all about?
This will also be your opportunity to ask Rabbi Mayshe any questions, as every class is followed by a Q & A.
Rosh Hashanah: Creation, Kingship, Loyalty, Destiny.
Yom Kippur: Reconciliation, Repentance, Renewal.
Sukkot: Joy, Celebration, Party, Euphoria
Part One – Tuesday, September 16
Part Two – Tuesday, September 30
7:30 – Informal Ice Breaker, Coffee, Teas & Desserts
7:45 – Class
8:30 – Q & A with the Rabbi
Class is FREE!
Event Location: THE CHAI CENTER
105 ST. PAUL STREET, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446
105 St Paul St
Brookline, MA 02446
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