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Scholar in Residence: Aliza Sperling

Friday, February 1, 2019 26 Shevat 5779

6:30 PM - 6:00 PM Next Day

Dinner and Drash at Char Bar-My Middot Year: The 13 middot as a guide to life

Drasha-The Prophet’s Speech: Why can’t Moshe talk?

​Seudah Shlishit-Halachic Approaches to Asylum Seekers in Israel: What are our obligations according to Jewish law?

Aliza Sperling teaches Jewish texts and thought to adults and children in the Washington DC area, and designs innovative text-based curricula and educational programs for various Jewish schools and organizations. Aliza is a faculty member of the Wexner Foundation and an iCenter fellow. She is currently working on a halachic analysis of whether a blind person may read the Torah for the congregation in Braille. She was a Kesher Israel member from 2000-2004. 

Register for Dinner and Drash at Char Bar HERE

Member: $19 adult/$9.50 child (must be logged-in to your account)
General Community: $38 adult/$19 child
Deadline for registration is Tuesday, January 29 at 12pm. 

Sponsored by the Dr. H. Harold Gelfand Memorial Institute of Adult Education. 

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