Shabbaton with Shaul Magid and the Kaplan Center

Shabbaton with Shaul Magid and the Kaplan Center

March 13, 2020 - March 14, 2020, All Day
Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation
7727 Persimmon Tree Lane

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The Mordecai M. Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood and Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation

A Shabbat Weekend with a Jewish Visionary
Rabbi Dr. Shaul Magid

Shaul Magid is one of the most knowledgeable — and provocative, Jewish scholars and public intellectuals in the world today. We’re thrilled to welcome him to Adat Shalom for Shabbat March 13-14 and to continue learning with him on Sunday, March 15, at Ohev Sholom. Please join us for any or all of the following programs:

Friday evening, March 13 at Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation

  • 6:15pm Shabbat happy “hour”
  • 6:45pm Shabbat candle lighting, blessings and dinner (reservations are required for dinner.)
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  • 7:45pm Kabbalat Shabbat
  • 8:30pm Opening Presentation with Shaul Magid, The Path I Have Traveled: A Spiritual Autobiography
  • 9:30pm oneg Shabbat

Yom Shabbat, March 14, at Adat Shalom

  • 9:30am Morning prayers
  • 10:30am Torah service
  • 11:00am d’var Torah by Shaul Magid
  • 12:00pm Shabbat lunch; all are welcome
  • 1:15pm The Future of the American Jew: Mordecai Kaplan’s Vision Reappraised Text study and interview with Shaul Magid and Dan Cedarbaum, co-founder and Executive  Director of the Kaplan Center.

Rabbi Dr. Shaul Magid, a noted scholar and prolific author, is professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, Kogod Senior Research Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, Tablet Magazine contributing editor, and rabbi of the Fire Island Synagogue.

Below, Rabbi Dr. Shaul Magid discusses “The Road from Halakha to the Secular”.


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