Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Room 209, Holy Blossom Temple
Rabbi Jill Borodin
Senior Rabbi, Congregation Beth Shalom
Holy Blossom Temple Sisterhood invites you to attend a lecture discussion with our guest, Rabbi Jill Borodin, Senior Rabbi at Congregation Beth Shalom, a Conservative Congregation, in Seattle Washington.
Rabbi Borodin will lead a discussion as sourced in the Talmud titled:
“Productive Discomfort and the Unusual Talmudic Story of the Relationship of Rabbi Yohanan and Reish LakishProductive Discomfort and the Unusual Talmudic Story of the Relationship of Rabbi Yohanan and Reish Lakish”
The topic is connected in part to a rabbinic fellowship Rabbi Borodin is pursuing with the AJWS (American Jewish World Service).
Rabbi Jill Borodin is a native of Toronto, Canada. Rabbi Borodin graduated with a joint honors degree in Jewish and Middle East Studies from McGill University. In 2001 she was ordained as a Conservative rabbi at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and received her Masters of Arts in Jewish Education.
Rabbi Borodin has lived in Canada, Israel, France and the United States and volunteered with the Jewish community in Romania under the auspices of the Joint Distribution Committee.
Prior to moving to Seattle, Rabbi Borodin was the Rav Sheni at Har Zion Temple in Penn Valley, Pennsylvania. In her spare time, Rabbi Borodin likes to read, rollerblade, bike, and work with clay. Rabbi Borodin lives with her twin daughters in the north end of Seattle. She has served as Congregation Beth Shalom’s rabbi since 2005. She is the daughter of Judy Borodin, a regular participant in Holy Blossom’s Sisterhood Torah Study Class.
Refreshments will be served.