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Beit Kulam First Fall Study Session. Join us!
Fall session is here! Rabbi Corinne looks forward to having you join our pluralistic Jewish study group, which meets approximately 2 Sunday mornings a month from September to June. The topics are always fascinating and give you an opportunity to approach Jewish learning from a deeper and thought-provoking perspective. Rabbi Corinne's global view and lifetime insights gives you an opportunity to explore Jewish thought both past and present. Topic: 11 clauses of the Nation State Law. What are they and how do they affect American Jews? Have you read the 11 clauses of the Nation State Law recently enacted by the Israeli Knesset? What do you think about them and why does Israel need these clauses now? How do they compare with the original Declaration of Independence enacted in 1948 when Israel was first established? How does it affect American Jews? And… As the Jewish New Year 5779 begins, our Beit Kulam discussions will explore our identity as Jews who live in the Diaspora and who consider our spiritual home to be Israel. 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!

Beit Kulam

I'll email you the address prior to the event. · Northridge, CA

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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.

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