Join us to explore Jewish and Catholic perspectives on teshuvah - atonement/repentance/return.
An enthusiastic discussion and dialogue - with no holds barred! So we can really engage one another, learn from one another, and help each other grow!
RSVP - and be with us as we make this fall another meaningful season!!!
A Dialogue of Human ExperienceMembers of Temple Beth-El, Little Flower Catholic Church, and others will dialogue, sharing our vast theological traditions, and moreover, our human experience of atonement in a seminar-type environment.
What is atonement? What does it mean to live in, fall away from, and return to right relationship with God, others, and oneself?
Rabbi Eric J. Siroka and Jay Freel Landry will co-facilitate the sessions. Monday evening and Tuesday morning sessions will have the same focus.
Monday evening at Temple Beth-El starting September 13, 7:00 - 8:45 p.m. Tuesday morning at Little Flower starting September 14, 9:15 – 11:00 a.m.
There are seven sessions with the last sessions on October 25/26.
There is no particular text being used for this seminar series.
A list of books that address the topic will be available at the first sessions.
You are encouraged to read what interests you.
An RSVP is requested for Temple Beth-El (234-4402) and Little Flower (273-9722) members by Sept. 10, so we know how many are coming to each session – please indicate which session you wish to attend (Monday evening or Tuesday morning).
The wider community is requested to register through Forever Learning (282-1901).