An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until November 11 2020
Conservative Judaism: A Proud and Resonant Intellectual Movement with Jacob Cytryn, Executive Director of Camp Ramah in Wisconsin
Wednesdays, 8:00pm (3 sessions), beginning October 28
Join us for one or more of three connected but independent sessions that will offer an accessible perspective on the core framework of Conservative Judaism. Sessions will explore the halachic process (Session 1), crucial and compelling contributions to our relationship with Judaism provided by the Movement’s intellectual approach (Session 2), and a chance to think deeply about the future of American Judaism and our place within it (Session 3).
Session 1: An Unconventional Introduction to the Halachic Process in Conservative Judaism
Session 2: Context Really Matters: Light, Fire, and a Theology for Pandemic
Session 3: Yamin usmol tifrotzi? Self-Perception of the Conservative Movement and the Future of Denominational Judaism
Class offered for FREE as a gift from Camp Ramah in Wisconsin