Torah Talk with Rabbi Tamir NirBy NVHC Social Action
The Torah is a vast collection of stories, commandments, ritual practices, and ethical standards. It is meant to be studied and understood not only to connect us to our ancestors and traditions, but to guide us toward an ethical and spiritual life. Torah means learning. For many of us, understanding Torah is not easy. We may find the language confusing and the meaning difficult to grasp. Yet when we learn together, we are thrilled by the insights we glean and share. Update your calendar now and join us. Participants are encouraged to voice their thoughts, insights and interpretations. Dress is casual. Previous Torah study or Hebrew fluency is not required. Questions or for more information, contact Susan Trivers, Worship Committee Chair at email@example.com.
At this Torah Talk, we are honored to be taught by Rabbi Tamir Nir as part of our Scholar-in-Residence weekend. He talk is titled “The Four Questions of Hatikvah and How it Relates to American Jewish Life.” Please join us for this truly special experience!
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