Events Calendar

 

 

May
3
Wed
Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Earne
May 3 @ 12:00 pm

Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.

May
6
Sat
Shabbat Morning Torah Study
May 6 @ 8:30 am – 9:45 am
Come occasionally or come every week. These eclectic and lively discussions about the week’s Torah portion consider the text through traditional and modern commentaries, as well as through the lenses of history, ethics, sociology and psychology. Insightful and frequently provocative, Torah study at Beth Israel will prompt you to engage with the text in new ways. Young and old, scholars and beginners are all welcome. Bagels and coffee provided.
May
10
Wed
Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Earne
May 10 @ 12:00 pm

Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.

May
13
Sat
Shabbat Morning Torah Study
May 13 @ 8:30 am – 9:45 am
Come occasionally or come every week. These eclectic and lively discussions about the week’s Torah portion consider the text through traditional and modern commentaries, as well as through the lenses of history, ethics, sociology and psychology. Insightful and frequently provocative, Torah study at Beth Israel will prompt you to engage with the text in new ways. Young and old, scholars and beginners are all welcome. Bagels and coffee provided.
May
17
Wed
Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Earne
May 17 @ 12:00 pm

Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.

May
20
Sat
Shabbat Morning Torah Study
May 20 @ 8:30 am – 9:45 am
Come occasionally or come every week. These eclectic and lively discussions about the week’s Torah portion consider the text through traditional and modern commentaries, as well as through the lenses of history, ethics, sociology and psychology. Insightful and frequently provocative, Torah study at Beth Israel will prompt you to engage with the text in new ways. Young and old, scholars and beginners are all welcome. Bagels and coffee provided.
May
24
Wed
Witnessing Atrocity: Survivor Testimony in the Auschwitz Trial, Frankfurt 1963-65
May 24 @ 10:30 am

The Auschwitz Trial was the biggest and most important postwar trial in West Germany. For the first time, Holocaust survivors and witnesses faced their tormentors in the homeland of the perpetrators. What were the legal parameters of this historic attempt to confront the atrocities of Auschwitz? And how did the witnesses experience this encounter?