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Thursday
03
MAY

Seven of the Ways Judaism Evolved in Only 100 Years

19:30
20:45
Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
Event organized by Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue

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...and What That May Mean For the Next 100 Years With Rabbi Ariana Silverman

Judaism is a religion that is thousands of years old and has always been evolving. Due to the leaders of the past 100 years, across the denominational spectrum, there are now girls becoming bat mitzvah and women leading congregations, openly LGBTQ rabbis, Tu b'Shevat seders focused on EcoJudaism, and apps that allow you to read the entire Talmud on your phone. How can they enrich the Judaism we practice today? And what might be coming in the next 100 years?
This class is NOT a drop-in class and participants are encouraged to sign up for and attend the entire series. It is highly recommended to register with your BFF, significant other, or coworker, so the discussion can continue even after the class is done. Please contact Rabbi Silverman at rabbi@downtownsynagogue.org with questions or to register. Suggested donation for each class is $100/person or $118/pair.