Upcoming Talk: The relationship between Israel and North American Jewry

June 15, 2015 $5.00 0

What can be done to make the relationship between Israel and North American Jewry
more fruitful will be the topic of a discussion on Monday, June 15 from 2-4pm at Congregation Young Israel (62 Green Street) in Brookline. Barry Shrage, President of
Combined Jewish Philanthropies, will moderate the conversation with Rabbi David Hellman of Congregation Young Israel and Rabbi William Hamilton of Congregation Kehillath Israel.

The event is part of the JCC Without Walls program, a collaboration of Congregation Kehillath Israel, the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston, Temple Ohabei Shalom and Young Israel of Brookline to serve the needs of senior adults with funding by Combined Jewish Philanthropies. The program is open to the entire community. Cost is $5. For reservations and more information, contact 617-558-6439 or seniors@jccgb.org.

Event Location: Young Israel of Brookline
62 Green St, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446

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