Fri, Feb 21 | Congregation Ezra Bessaroth

Scholar in Residence Weekend featuring Rabbi Samuel Klein

Shabbat dinner and enhanced kiddush with special classes and lectures.
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Scholar in Residence Weekend featuring Rabbi Samuel Klein

Time & Location

Feb 21, 2020, 6:30 PM
Congregation Ezra Bessaroth, 5217 S Brandon St, Seattle, WA 98118, USA

About the Event

Sign up by February 12!!!  Save the Date for a special Scholar in Residence weekend featuring Rabbi Samuel Klein. This weekend features a family Shabbat dinner with a class afterwards, and Rabbi Klein will give Derasha on Shabbat morning, followed by an enhanced kiddush.

 

Friday Night Presentation

The Murmuring Deep: Exploring the thought of Avivah Gottleib Zornberg

"My teaching mode (is) exploratory, ironic, open to turbulence, suspicious of fixities" Zornberg, (1996)

Since beginning her career roughly four decades ago, Dr. Avivah Gottleib Zornberg has grown to world acclaim through her writing and teaching, due to her unique inquiry of Torah and its textures, threaded throughout with anthropological, psychological and literary insights. We will experience the ways in which Avivah understands how seeing these texts as 'works-of-art' might illuminate the text of our lives.

Shabbat Morning Drasha

Unstitched & Rewoven: Jewish education as weavers craft 

Rabbi Samuel Klein is Director of Jewish Engagement for the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle. He has led Jewish life courses for couples and families in a variety of community settings including, Synagogues, JCCs, and Federations nationally. A lecturer and writer on religion and the arts, Rabbi Klein holds Masters degrees in Theology from Cambridge University and History of Art from University College London and trained as a teaching artist at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Originally from London, U.K., between 2008 - 2012, Rabbi Klein was Executive Director of the Coexistence Trust, an international NGO providing consultation and training in the area of inter-faith dialogue on campus, of which Rabbi Lord Sacks was a founding patron together with HRH Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan.  

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