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Scholar's Weekend: Rabbi Or and Feliza Zohar 

Friday, December 14 -  Sunday, December 16

Can’t travel to Israel right now? Or eagerly awaiting the Temple Isaiah trip this spring? We’re bringing two special Israelis to Temple Isaiah to share their sacred music, their spirit, and their approach to Reform Judaism in Israel.

                                       Friday, December 14

8:00 pm Shabbat Service with Rabbi Or and Feliza Zohar and Temple Choir

Saturday, December 15

9:00 am Minyan & Movement
5:00 pm Shabbat Afternoon Teaching
6:30 pm Dinner (RSVPs requested. Please use form below)
7:30 pm Havdalah & Rabbi Cary Yales Memorial Concert

Sunday, December 16

9:15 am Brotherhood Breakfast Program on Reform Judaism in Israel 2.0  

RSVP for Dinner on Saturday, December 15, 6:30 pm

   Number of Adults
   Number of Children under 13
The regular dinner entrée will be assorted wraps and salad. Gluten-free vegetarian wraps will be available.

If you plan to select the vegetarian/gluten-free meal, please be sure to pre-order it when you RSVP so that we can accommodate everyone who wishes to eat this option.
   Number of Vegetarian/lactose-free/dairy-free meals

Rabbi Or Zohar is a musician, teacher of Jewish Spirituality, and a Jewish Reform entrepreneurial activist. He serves as the reform rabbi of Misgav Regional Council in the Central Galilee. Rabbi Zohar is the former rabbi of Congregation Ma’alot Tivon in Kiryat Tivon, and former founding rabbi of Kehilat Halev in Tel Aviv. Rabbi Zohar received his rabbinic ordination from the Jerusalem campus of HUC-JIR and has a Masters in Jewish Philosophy from Tel Aviv University and a Bachelor’s degree in Jewish Thought and Indian Studies from Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is currently working on his PhD in Jewish Philosophy at Tel Aviv University.

Feliza Bascara Zohar is a multidisciplinary artist, singer-songwriter, and choreographer.

Feliza and Rabbi Or Zohar are composers of contemporary Jewish liturgy. They have released two albums of sacred music and tour regularly in North America.

Sat, November 17 2018 9 Kislev 5779