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Next Shabbat: CNS Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Jason Klein - Shabbes Dinner & Davening!


Netivot Shalom's Scholar-in-Residence, 
Rabbi Jason Klein on Friday, January 18, 2013
Join us for Dinner, Davening and special speaker, 
Rabbi Jason Klein on Friday, January 18th, 
Davening at 6:00 pm and Dinner at 7:00 pm 
During Dinner, Rabbi Klein will deliver a talk entitled 
"The Relationship Between Prophecy & Authenticity"    

 *Reservations required for dinner

After Birkat haMazon Learning on Saturday, Jan 19 (@ approx. 1:30 pm)
Rabbi Klein will lead a teaching entitled: 
"A Text-Study on My Favorite Parsha
Rabbi Jason Klein Rabbi Klein is the incoming president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and executive director of University of Maryland Hillel (Baltimore County). Rabbi Klein's particular Jewish interests include text study, liturgy, music, creative rituals, and midrash. He is committed to Israeli-Palestinian peace and justice, inter-movement and interfaith dialogue and collaboration, gender and LBGT concerns, and issues of social justice in general
**Dinner  is $15 per adult and $5 per child.  Please rsvp for to office@netivotshalom.org and make payment by sending in a check to CNS or pay by credit card by going online to our website
Please make note on payment "Rabbi Klein Dinner" on check memo line or description field
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Congregation Netivot Shalom
1316 University Avenue
Berkeley, California 94702


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