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Events for January 28, 2020

January, 2020

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  • Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy Board of Directors Meeting

    Board of Directors Meeting

  • JFCS – Discovering the Art WIthin

    This series of hands-on art making workshops will introduce participants to charcoal, pastels, watercolor, and acrylic paint. Each individual will then choose one medium to create their own unique piece while expressing the art within themselves. Participants may choose to work from photographs, a still life setting, or their imagination! RSVP: www.jfcsphilly.org/ArtWithin or call 267-256-2018

  • JFCS – Discovering the Art Within – 2020 Winter Session

    This series of hands-on art making workshops will introduce participants to charcoal, pastels, watercolor, and acrylic paint. Each individual will then choose one medium to create their own unique piece while expressing the art within themselves. Participants may choose to work from photographs, a still life setting, or their imagination! This program is open to […]

  • Adult Beginning Hebrew

    Interested in learning Hebrew or just want to brush up on the Aleph-Bet? Cost*: $600 members, $900 non-members. To register or for information, contact Candice Nemoff (cnemoff@rodephshalom.org). *If cost is an issue, let us know.

  • Revising the Holocaust: Deepening our understanding of Nazi-directed Genocide

    When linked to the Holocaust, the term “historical revision” often implies a soft-pedaling of Nazi Germany’s mid-twentieth-century attempt to destroy Europe’s Jewish population. Distinct from these pernicious efforts, historical understandings of the Holocaust have nonetheless evolved, situating it with broader scholarship on genocide, the experiences of refugees and migrants, and evolving concepts of human rights. […]

  • On the One Hand… (Or, Five Favorite Talmudic Passages) with Rabbi David Ackerman

    Come and explore a handful of particularly juicy Talmudic teachings -one a week- focusing on prayer, Shabbat, interpersonal relations, sexuality, and caring for people who are poor. No prior knowledge or Talmud experience needed; let’s just learn together!

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