Yeshivat Lev Shalem: Nightly Learning this Week!


Yeshivat Lev Shalem: Local Sustainable Torah!
The Elul Learning Institute of Congregation Netivot Shalom

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Tuition is free (but donations are welcome) Dinners are $8. RSVP for the dinners by August 7 to ednastewar@aol.com.

Schedule for Each Evening:
(see below for the schedule of teachers!)
:
6:30 pm Dinner (*only if you've RSVPd already)
7:30 pm Mincha
8:00 pm Shiur I
8:45 pm Shiur II
9:30 pm Ma'ariv
Monday Evening, Aug. 9
Shiur I:            An Opening Kavanah and Teaching with Rabbi Kelman & Rabbi Creditor
 
Shiur II:           Rosh HaShannah Musaf with Rabbi Bochner
                       or
                       Hin'ni - Humility (and other voices) with Cantor Martha Birnbaum

Tuesday Evening, Aug. 10
Shiur I:             Ne'ilah: Part One with Rabbi Creditor
                        or
                        Unetaneh Tokef with Professor Naomi Seidman
 
Shiur II:            The Scapegoat with Joel Gerwein

                       
Wednesday Evening, Aug. 11
Shiur I:             Ne'ilah: Part Twowith Rabbi Creditor
 
Shiur II:            Melodies of Kol Nidrei evening with Claire Sherman
                        or
                        Machzor Text Learning with Professor Uri Alter

 
Thursday Evening, Aug. 12
 Shiur I:           Ne'ilah: Part Three with Rabbi Creditor
                        or
                        Machzor Poetry: Traditional and Contemporary with Carol Dorf
 
Shiur II:            Siyum - A Closing Teaching with Rabbi Kelman & Rabbi Creditor,
                        followed by Kaddish deRabbanan



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This program was coordinated by the caring team of Stephen Tobias, Edna Stewart, Rabbi Creditor, Rabbi Bochner, The CNS Adult Education Committee, and others from our precious community.  May the learning we achieve, celebrating our new Machzor Lev Shalem, carry us higher and higher as we journey towards Yamim Nora'im 5771!

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