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Hartford Area Conservative Rabbis Announce Embracing Judaism Program

Whether you want to reboot your Judaism, satisfy your intellectual curiosity or consider Judaism as a new faith, you are invited to delve into the richness of the Jewish heritage through “Embracing Judaism – Exploring its Teachings and Way of Life.”

In three six-week sessions we will explore Jewish beliefs, values, prayers, festivals, peoplehood, lifecycle and more. Participants may register for one trimester or all three.

The first session begins on Oct. 11, 2018 at Beth El Temple in West Hartford, 7 – 8:45 p.m.

Sponsored by the Rabbinical Assembly of Connecticut and in partnership with American Jewish University in Los Angeles, classes will be taught by experienced and engaging rabbis in the Hartford area: Rabbis Debra Cantor, David Small, James Rosen, Randall Konigsburg and Richard Plavin.

For further information, contact Rabbi Plavin, riplavin@gmail.com  or call (860) 573-4503.

 

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