Friday, April 8, 2016
Why is Abraham Joshua Heschel, who died in 1972, one of the most important thinkers and activists of the twentieth century, still so resonant and significant in the twenty-first? And what is the connection between Heschel’s ‘spiritual activism’ and his reliance on thousands of classical Jewish sources? How does tradition inform our reading of the times we live in?
Shabbat service and dinner.
Join us for dinner.
Members $27.50, non member $32.50
Children $17.50, non member children $22.50
Please RSVP by Wednesday April 5, 2016 – [email protected].