The next Bet Shalom Emeritus Group meeting will be May 27 at 10:30 AM and will be driven virtually via Zoom. Rabbi Cohen will lead a discussion about the Covid-19 virus-with reference to a variety of Jewish texts. Since Zoom meeting codes and passwords are required- if you would like to participate and are NOT on our group’s mailing list, contact Henry Berman (Henry.email@example.com) or Rabbi Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The next Bet Shalom Emeritus meeting will be on Wednesday, December 11 in Rabbi Cohen’s study. The topic will be Kaballah- the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of Scripture. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Rabbi Cohen will lead this meeting in his study.
Friday, Nov. 8
5:30-6:00 pm: Kabbalat Panim/Reception
6:00-7:00 pm: Shabbat Service, during which Rabbi Cohen will give a sermon on “Judaism & Christianity: Two Different Paths to the Same God”
7:00-7:45 pm: Catered Shabbat Dinner [registration is closed]
7:45-8:30 pm: Dessert and interactive study on, “The Stereotypes & Misconceptions Christians and Jews Have About Each Other”
8:30 pm: Book Signing
Saturday, Nov. 9
10:00 am: Shabbat Morning Service with sermon “What Are Nice Jewish Boys Like Abraham and Moses Doing in a Book Like the New Testament?”
Following services there will be a Lunch & Learn with a text study on “A Jewish Approach to the New Testament – Text Study,” followed by a book signing.
Sunday, Nov. 10
9:00-9:30 am: Religious School Assembly
9:30 am: Scheduled private book signing & catch up opportunities in Rabbi Cohen’s study at Bet Shalom (click here to register)
The next Bet Shalom Emeritus meeting will be on Wednesday, November 6 at 10:30 AM in Rabbi Cohen’s study.
The topic for discussion will be AntiSemitism in 2019. Rabbi Cohen will lead the discussion and provide perspective.
All are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
The next Bet Shalom Emeritus session will be Wednesday, September 25th at 10:30 AM in Rabbi Cohen’s study. Our topic of discussion will be Forgiveness. As we enter the High Holiday season, this can be a timely and often emotionally- charged issue. We look forward to your participation.
We are having a Bet Shalom Emeritus session on Wednesday, July 10th at 10:30 in Rabbi Cohen’s study. (NOTE: NEW TIME). With the beginning of summer, we will discuss Jewish interpretations of the environment, the great outdoors, respect for nature, etc. Rabbi Cohen will lead our discussion.