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April 2020

Theory of Relativity

April 19 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

We all know the Bible stories… but… do we really ‘KNOW’ them? When did we last READ them? How do we RELATE to them? In the Torah, and particularly in the Book of Genesis, we are introduced to an array of complex relationships. Although some of these relationships are delightful, most are dysfunctional, and some are disastrous, destructive or downright distasteful. Yet we opt to read them again and again. Join a new weekly Zoom class with Rabbi David to…

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Theory of Relativity

April 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

We all know the Bible stories… but… do we really ‘KNOW’ them? When did we last READ them? How do we RELATE to them? In the Torah, and particularly in the Book of Genesis, we are introduced to an array of complex relationships. Although some of these relationships are delightful, most are dysfunctional, and some are disastrous, destructive or downright distasteful. Yet we opt to read them again and again. Join a new weekly Zoom class with Rabbi David to…

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May 2020

Theory of Relativity

May 3 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

We all know the Bible stories… but… do we really ‘KNOW’ them? When did we last READ them? How do we RELATE to them? In the Torah, and particularly in the Book of Genesis, we are introduced to an array of complex relationships. Although some of these relationships are delightful, most are dysfunctional, and some are disastrous, destructive or downright distasteful. Yet we opt to read them again and again. Join a new weekly Zoom class with Rabbi David to…

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Theory of Relativity

May 10 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

We all know the Bible stories… but… do we really ‘KNOW’ them? When did we last READ them? How do we RELATE to them? In the Torah, and particularly in the Book of Genesis, we are introduced to an array of complex relationships. Although some of these relationships are delightful, most are dysfunctional, and some are disastrous, destructive or downright distasteful. Yet we opt to read them again and again. Join a new weekly Zoom class with Rabbi David to…

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Theory of Relativity

May 17 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

We all know the Bible stories… but… do we really ‘KNOW’ them? When did we last READ them? How do we RELATE to them? In the Torah, and particularly in the Book of Genesis, we are introduced to an array of complex relationships. Although some of these relationships are delightful, most are dysfunctional, and some are disastrous, destructive or downright distasteful. Yet we opt to read them again and again. Join a new weekly Zoom class with Rabbi David to…

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