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Saturday, August 31 • 9:30pm - 11:00pm
Who Shall Live...?: A Dramatic Reading For Erev Selichot

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At Selichot we prepare ourselves for the spiritual journey of the High Holidays. "Who Shall Live...?" introduces us to four Jews from different backgrounds as they struggle with the themes and issues with which many of us are challenged as we come face to face with the words of the prayers and the realities of our lives. In these four characters we see pieces of ourselves. The reading will be followed by a discussion of its themes as we prepare for the spiritual journey of this season.

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Jeff Bernhardt

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Jeff Bernhardt is a writer, licensed clinical social worker, and Jewish educator. He is the Community of Caring Director at Temple Aliyah (Woodland Hills, CA). His book On Sacred Ground: Jewish and Christian Clergy Reflect of Transformative Passages from the Five Books of Moses was published in 2012. His writing has appeared in the anthologies Rosh Hashanah Readings and Mentsh and in the Los Angeles Times, the Journal of Jewish... Read More →

Saturday August 31, 2013 9:30pm - 11:00pm
Multi-purpose Room
  • AV Sound only
  • Noise Level Lively Discussion
  • Preferred Venue Indoor Room
  • Special Instructions Private Speaker with Amp/Mixer? Need multiple mics. Stage. Break-out Rooms. (I believe that this is scheduled for Motzei Shabbat and would be in a large room with an elevated area of the performers. Ideally discussion would be in smaller break out groups either in different parts of a larger room or in adjacent rooms.)
  • Tags Spirituality

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