Join us for a wonderful weekend of learning, good food, warm camaraderie, and joyous celebration as we welcome this year’s Altshuler Scholar-in-Residence, Noam Zion. A renowned scholar and author, Noam Zion earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Columbia University, and his dissertation on Franz Rosenzweig was inspired by Professor Nahum Glatzer. A disciple of Rabbi David Hartman z”l, Noam has been a senior faculty member of the pluralist Shalom Hartman Institute of Jerusalem for 35 years. His myriad roles at the Hartman Institute include rabbinic enrichment seminars and the development of the “i Engage” curriculum on Israel.
Friday, March 21
Services at 6:30 p.m., followed by Congregational Dinner
Our Shabbat Service will be followed by a communal Shabbat dinner after which Noam Zion will teach “Candle Lighting and Two Shabbat Revolutions: First the Rabbis and then the Women Turn the Meanings of Shabbat Upside Down.”
Please click here to RSVP for our Congregational Dinner. The RSVP deadline date is March 14.
Dinner for adults cost $15 and childrens dinners cost $8.
Event Location: Temple Shalom
175 Temple Street, Newton, Massachusetts, 02465
175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465