Shabbat Morning Torah Study
9:30am - Shabbat Morning Torah Study with Cooperberg-Rittmaster Rabbinic Intern Dave Yedid
This Shabbat morning, we will engage in a special Torah study: a close reading of this week's Torah text. There will be an opportunity to pray for healers and those in need of healing at the start of our session, and we will recite the Mourners' Kaddish at its close. All are welcome, no background in Hebrew or Bible required! Texts will be provided in their original language and in English translations.
*To honor the sacred nature of our study, where all questions are welcome, this gathering will not be livestreamed to Facebook. Everyone is invited to participate via Zoom.
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