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Scholar in Residence
March 24 @ 6:00 pm - March 26 @ 1:00 pm
Making the Ordinary Extraordinary…
Living Jewishly Through Head, Heart and Soul
Rabbi Andrew Hahn, Ph.D.
Friday, March 24
Shabbat Service “The Inner Workings of Lecha Dodi & Kabbalat Shabbat” at 6 pm.
Dinner to follow:
$15/person, $25/family for members; non members: $18/person, $30/family.
College students free. RSVP by March 15. After March 15: $20/23 person, $35/40 family.
Saturday, March 25
9 am, Yoga Service:
10 am, Talk
11:30 am: “Spiritual but not Religious? How we need both.”
Kiddush lunch to follow: $10/person, $20/family for members; $12/person, $25/family for non-members.
College students free. Maariv and Havdallah: 8 pm.
Kirtan Concert by Rabbi Hahn and musicians: 8:15 pm.
Sunday, March 26
Hebrew School Service: 11 am, followed by brunch. After brunch, Program with Young Judaea and Hillel students
Co-sponsored by the Ohavi Zedek Religious, Adult Education and Social Action Committees.
Please call the synagogue at (802) 864-0218 or email [email protected] for reservations for Friday night dinner and Shabbat Kiddush.
Childcare will be provided Friday evening, 6 pm and Saturday morning, 10 am. Must reserve by March 15.
Transportation to all events is available upon request. Please call Sally Hand at (802) 862-2579 for rides.
Rabbi Andrew Hahn teaches Jewish Wisdom to an increasingly global, religious village. His Torah is accessible, deep and fun — for Jews and non-Jews alike. “Reb Drew” has a Ph.D. from the Jewish Theological Seminary (Conservative) and Rabbinic ordination from the Hebrew Union College (Reform), and he is a martial arts teacher. “A Shlomo Carlebach for the twenty-first century,” Rabbi Hahn weaves Jewish liturgy into the call-and-response “Kirtan” from India. His CDs have a growing, devoted following.