"As a result of the political, cultural, religious, and social transformations that characterized Jewish life in Germany during the 19th century, modern Jewish religious movements -Reform, Conservative and Orthodox - arose. This lecture will explore the nature of the multiple religious responses to these transformations, and will explore the similarities as well as the differences that informed each movement. Rabbi Ellenson will reflect on the ongoing meaning of these movements in an American setting today that is radically different from the context that originally gave birth to them."
June 2, 2004
13 Sivan 5764
Lunch is in Mayerson Auditorium at noon and the lecture will begin at 12:30 p.m.
For reservations, please call Marcia Cruse, (513) 221-1875, ext 353
or send your check made payable to:
Department of Outreach Education,
3101 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220
Wednesday June 2, 2004 Food For Thought
The cost for lunch and lecture is $8. The lecture alone is $2 . Please reserve ahead. Free Parking is available.