Congregation Am HaYam is sponsoring this series of classes brought to you by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. There is no cost to you. But you MUST REGISTER YOURSELF. Fill in all the information and when it says enter code, enter exactly
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Series 1 classes are on Wednesdays at 5 p.m.begining Oct. 6.
Series 1: 4 Wednesdays, 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT starting October 6th
Series 2: 4 Wednesdays, 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT starting November 2nd
Cultivating Our Relationships
Biblical stories can inform our understanding of our own relationships. The life lessons of our ancestors influence our personal, communal, and world values.
Series 1: Torah Relationships
- October 6, 8PM ET
God, Abraham and Isaac: Who is the ‘Hero’ of the Akeidah?
with Dr. Alan Cooper, JTS
- October 13, 8PM ET
Gendered Gaps: Remembering Sarah Where She is Most Erased
with Liza Bernstein, Conservative Yeshiva
- October 20, 8PM ET
Loving Peace, One Person at a Time
with Rabbi Bradley Artson, Ziegler
- October 27, 8PM ET
The Dysfunctional Families of Genesis: What They — and Later Jewish Law — Tell Us About How *Not* to Treat Our Parents, Siblings, and Children
with Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Ziegler
Series 2: Ethics
- November 2, 1PM ET
Risking One’s Life to Save Another: Required or Forbidden by Jewish Law?
with Rabbi Prof. David Golinkin, Schechter
- November 9, 1PM ET
Can a Halakha be Immoral?
with Rabbi Avi Novis Deutsch, Schechter
- November 16, 1PM ET
Moral Dilemmas in the Teachings of the Mei Hashiloah, Reb Mordechai Yosef Lainer of Ishbitza
with Rabbi Dr. Reb Mimi Feigelson, Schechter
- November 23, 1PM ET
“Leshon Hara” (Gossip and Slander): an age-old ethical challenge
with Rabbi Chaya Rowen Baker, Schechter
Signup for all the classes and you will receive a reminder email the day of the class.