Torah on the Town: Young Couples Night Out in Newton with Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo

January 24, 2015 $36.00 - $45.00 0

Torah on the Town: Young Couples Night Out in Newton
Married with Children: Exploring the Ethic of Romance
Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo

Saturday, January 24
8:30 pm
Home of Charlotte Ross and Matt Katz. Contact director@maayan.org for address.

$36/couple before 1/20
$45/couple after 1/20
Register below or email director@maayan.org

Open to men and women.
Limited to 12 couples.

What is the proper balance between looking out for yourself, romancing your spouse, and taking care of your kids? Spend an evening out with your spouse, learning Torah together over dessert.

Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo are the JLIC couple (Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus) at Brandeis University. Rabbi David Pardo received his BA from UCLA and rabbinical ordination from Yeshiva University (YU), with supplementary education from the Isralight Institute and YU’s Center for the Jewish Future. Ariel Pardo also received her BA from UCLA. After college, she studied at Nishmat’s Alisa Flatow program. While on Yeshiva University’s Gruss Campus in Israel, Ariel completed a certificate program from Machon Puah’s Women’s Health Training, learned Hilkhot Taharat Mishpacha under the guidance of Yoetzet Leora Bednarsh. and completed extended studies in YU’s Midrashiya program. Rabbi David and Ariel met in an Intro to Communications class in college and have traveled the globe together. They enjoy working with young adults to build powerful Jewish communities, learning Torah and parenting their two daughters.

This program is supported in part by a Young Adult Mezzanine Grant from Combined Jewish Philanthropies.

Event Location: Private Home in Newton
Private, Newton, Newton, Massachusetts, 02458

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When
Saturday, January 24, 2015, 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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$36.00 Early bird registration before 1/20
$45.00 After 1/20

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