March 22, 2023 •
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Sunday Afternoons With…Casual Conversations with Special Guests

Join us throughout the year for our new Sunday lecture series. Hear from scholars, writers, and activists making meaningful contributions to the Jewish world and beyond. Talks, performances, and curated question and answer sessions hosted by Temple B’nai Abraham.

This series is supported by the Muriel and Bernard Bloom Philanthropic Fund.

Sunday, October 24,  at 3:30 PM

Dr. Job Jindo:  Academy for Jewish Religion
“Chayei Sarah: Antisemitism/Xenophobia in a Biblical Setting”
Sunday, November 21, at 3:30 PM

Max Gross: Author of The Lost Shtetl
Speaking, Q & A and book signing.
Sunday, December 12, at 3:30 PM

Jodi Rudoren: Editor in Chief of The Forward
From the New York Times to the Forward: Practicing Journalism in a Polarized World
Sunday, March 20, at 3:30 PM

We are sad to report that our March 20 speaker, Terry Teachout, has passed away. We will continue the series in April.
Sunday, April 10, at 4:00 PM

Rabbi Shai Held: President and Dean of Hadar
A Good God, an Evil Tyrant, and the Fate of the Universe
Sunday, May 15, at 3:30 PM

Rabbi Jill Jacobs: CEO of T’ruah
The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

COVID Protocols

This series is presented free of charge and hybrid, and may be seen live-streamed if you are not comfortable attending in person. 

To attend in person: All those attending 12 years and older must show proof of vaccination (including booster), or show a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or a rapid test taken within 48 hours. Masks are optional and social distancing encouraged.

Proof of vaccination or negative PCR or rapid test must be shown to the security guard when you arrive. If your vaccination card is on file, you will not need to show proof.

In addition, this form must be filled out and may be done online. If you are unable to complete it online, please arrive early to fill it out in person.

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