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Relighting the Fire: A Mystical Spirituality for Today’s Seeker with Dr. Art Green

Congregation B’nai Amoona presents

Relighting the Fire: A Mystical Spirituality for Today’s Seeker with Dr. Art Green

September 20-22, 2019

The Jick Kallah Scholar-In-Residence  |  Sponsored by the Jick Family

 

Friday, Sept 20

6 pm  Friday Evening Services followed by a festive dinner. Reservations required at bnaiamoona.com.
8 pm  Discussion following dinner: Becoming a Jewish Mystic: An Interview and Dialogue Between Friends of More than 50 Years with Rabbi Dr. Neal Rose and Rabbi Dr. Arthur Green

Shabbat, Sept 21

10:45 am  Torah for Today: Neo-Hasidic Credo
11:45 am  Sermonette: ELUL: Taking the First Step – Teshuvah as an Act of Moral Courage
6:30 pm  Minchah, Seudah Shlisheet, Ma’ariv: Re-meeting the Hasidic Masters

Saturday, Sept 21

8 pm  Dr. Morris Alex Jewish Ethics Lecture: ROSH HASHANAH: Are You Ready to Become a Born-Again Jew?
Sponsored by the Alex Family.
10 pm  Selichot Service: Changing of the Torah Mantles, Havdalah, and our exquisite, soul-stirring Selichot Service
Selichot at B’nai Amoona is sponsored by the Schuval Family.

Sunday, Sept 22

10:15 am  A Thinking Person’s Judaism: Reclaiming the Mystical Tradition: A Jewish Spirituality for the 21st Century


 

Avraham Yizhak (Arthur) Green was the founding Dean and is currently Rector of the Rabbinical School and Irving Brudnick Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Religion at Hebrew College. He is Professor Emeritus at Brandeis University, where he occupied the distinguished Philip W. Lown Professorship of Jewish Thought. He is both a historian of Jewish religion and a theologian; his work seeks to form a bridge between these two distinct fields of endeavor. He defines himself as a Neo-Hasidic Jew and Rabbi. Dr. Green is author of over a dozen books. Among his scholarly works are Tormented Master: A Life of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav and Keter: The Crown of God in Early Jewish Mysticism.

For additional information, please contact Congregation B’nai Amoona at www.bnaiamoona.com.