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sunday, december 8 @ csi: Congregational meeting, rabbi arie hasit, mitzvah makers & beatrice schemer

Conservative Judaism in Israel - 10:30am 

Rabbi Arie Hasit will present a program on the status and future of Conservative Judaism in Israel, entitled Wrestling with God? The State of Religion and Politics in Israel Today. Register here.

PJ Our Way's Mitzvah Makers: Baking for Good - 2pm 

Join PJ Our Way families for an afternoon of baking muffins for a local homeless shelter. For children ages 8 - 12. Register here.

My Story: Surviving the Holocaust - 4pm

Beatrice Schemer, mother of congregant Lauren Rudick, will share her compelling story of how her family escaped the Holocaust and emigrated to South America and then the United States. A light reception will follow. Register here.

synagogue scholars & authors series: michael greenwald - wednesday, december 11 @ 7:30pm

Michael Greenwald, MD Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine, will offer a presentation entitled The Doctor Visit Demystified: What your doctor wishes you knew to make the most of your medical visit

Register here. Can't make it in-person? Livestream the session at this link.

chanukah - ethics of conflict: saturday, december 14 @ 7pm

Shearith Israel and Bet Haverim present a four-part series, Telling Right from Right: Ethics for Adults, exploring ethics in connection with upcoming Jewish holidays in 5780.


The first event of the series will be presented by Paul Root Wolpe along with Rabbis Kaiman and Lesser on Saturday, December 14 from 7 - 9pm. Join us for appetizers, desserts and socializing, and an illuminating program featuring a panel discussion on when it is appropriate and right to go to war. Register here.

rabbi-in-residence: ariel ROOT wolpe, december 20 - 21

about our congregation

We are an egalitarian, Conservative synagogue devoted to spiritual and religious enrichment, Jewish education and community. At Shearith Israel, we closely follow Jewish tradition while having the insights of modern thought. For more than 100 years, we have served Atlanta by providing a rich environment for pursuing Jewish spirituality, learning, and friendship. Our congregation embraces its members and friends, and we look forward to having you join us for Shabbat or an upcoming event. Shalom!

Mon, December 9 2019 11 Kislev 5780