Beth Am Welcomes Rabbi Sharon Brous
5777 Saxe Family Scholar-in-Residence
Friday, December 9 to Saturday, December 10
Excavate, Reanimate, Radiate: Pathways to the Jewish Future
When my children were small, I simply didn’t take them shopping during the month of December. Too many guys in red suits with bells. Too many decked halls and lit trees. Too many questions and too much uncertainty for me. It just wasn’t worth it. I needn’t have worried. Turns out, children are way more flexible and perceptive than I realized. And mine were perfectly able to be happily Jewish kids all twelve months of the year… even when visiting my extremely festive parents back east. Read on...
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See what's going on at Beth Am in the combined December/January issue of the Beth Am Builder! The Builder provides coverage of this month's highlighted events and stories of note.
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