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iEngage: Together & Apart: The Future of Jewish Peoplehood

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Learn from the newest iEngage course, taught by TRS clergy. This immersive discussion is 12 virtual sessions.

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Together & Apart: The Future of Jewish Peoplehood

A Hartman Institute curriculum taught by Rabbi Stephanie Bernstein

This event is open only to TRS Members and ECC families.

Thursdays, beginning February 10, 2022, 12 sessions via Zoom

The newest iEngage curriculum explores one of the most pressing issues facing the Jewish world today – how we move from being a people with no permanent home to one with two permanent homes. Through video lectures, interviews, and textual sources, this course addresses the complex features of Jewish peoplehood and the contemporary challenges to the Jewish people in an era in which we have two different, vibrant, homes in Israel and in North America. The curriculum examines the forces dividing the Jewish people today, including nationalism, antisemitism, dual-loyalty, and identity politics; and it imagines new conceptual frameworks that can help sustain and grow the story of our people for a new millennium.

Cost: $36.00, includes a hard copy of the student booklet that you can pick up at TRS

The goal of iEngage is to renew and reframe the relationship between Israel and world Jewry, elevating the existing discourse from one with a crisis-based focus to one rooted in Jewish values and ideas. iEngage is a project of the Shalom Hartman Institute, a pluralistic center of research and education which works to deepen and elevate the quality of Jewish life in Israel and around the world. Each course is limited to 25 participants.

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Organizer Temple Rodef Shalom

Organizer of iEngage: Together & Apart: The Future of Jewish Peoplehood

Temple Rodef Shalom is a thriving Reform Jewish congregation nestled in the suburbs of Washington, DC. Since our founding in 1962, we have grown to the largest Jewish congregation in Virginia, serving over 1710 households from Arlington, McLean, Falls Church, Vienna and other nearby Northern Virginia areas. We have something for everyone and welcome you to join us!

 

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