COVID-19 and the Torah: Implications for Jewish Life
featuring Rabbi Aaron Melman
Sunday, March 14th, 2021
Zoom Program at 10:00 am
Register at https://tinyurl.com/MC-Sun-Progs
The COVID-19 pandemic started in March of 2019, continues today, and will most likely be with us through most of this year. It has had a major impact on our family, congregational, and social lives, as well as the public health of our community, country, and the world.
Rabbi Melman will lead us in an interactive exploration of our experiences during this time. Has our experience been the same as all others in our country, or is there a uniquely Jewish perspective on these challenges? What lessons can we learn from our Torah about our obligations and responsibilities to our families and our communities during this crisis? Questions and topic suggestions may be submitted to Rabbi Melman by noon on March 12th at RabbiMelman@BethShalomNB.org.
As Pesach approaches, this discussion will provide interesting ideas for enhancing the lessons we learn each year from the Seder as we enhance the story of the Exodus to increase its relevance for us today.
For more information contact Allen Lefkovitz at (312) 617-8820 or firstname.lastname@example.org