Rabbi Corinne Copnick offers different study groups and Jewish programs from a very open, Reform perspective and with an interdisciplinary and interfaith approach. Open to Jews and non-Jews, come gain a unique perspective on this interfaith world we live in.
What Passover teaches us about the value of freedom has become a foundational Jewish liberation theology with universal implications.
How has this major festival affected your life?
Do you have happy memories to share?
Have some of the people that made your Passover celebration special passed away or departed from your life?
Are the kids coming home from college?
What is Passover’s relationship to Christianity?
And to meditation practices?
Are there things you have always wanted to ask or say but haven’t?
Come and learn with Rabbi Corinne at Beit Kulam on Sunday, March 24, 2019.
Date: Sunday, March 24th
Time: 10:30 am sharp. (We end at noon)
Location: Northridge -- it will be emailed to you prior to the event.
Everyone who likes to schmooze is invited to come a few minutes early. You are welcome to add to the refreshments with your own delights!
Plenty of street parking. The door will be open, so come on in!
PLEASE RSVP with your YES if you plan on attending so we can set up appropriate seating.
Rabbi Corinne looks forward to having you take part in our pluralistic Jewish study group, which means all are welcome! Come alone or with a friend. All our meetings are at no charge for first time attendees. There is a small voluntary donation requested ($15-20) to help offset program costs and the Rabbi's time.
This is cross-posted with a few other groups. We usually have between 10 and 20 attendees at each meeting. Max is 20.
Reminder: We have dogs that will be in a separate area, but please excuse any random barking.
Remaining dates for this semester (subject to change, but mark your calendars):
Hiatus due to Rabbi Corinne's commitments