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Rabbis Ellenson and Panken to Address URJ Biennial and WRJ Assembly

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Rabbi David Ellenson, Ph.D., President, and Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Ph.D., President-Elect will be addressing plenary sessions at the URJ Biennial and WRJ Assembly this week.  Live streaming video of these events will be available at http://urjbiennial.zerista.com JLTV will be covering the URJ Biennial plenary sessions; please check local listings.

Rabbi Ellenson will be honored and Rabbi Panken will be introduced at the WRJ YES Fund Breakfast on Friday, December 13 at 8 am (PST), 10 am (CST), 11 am (EST).

Rabbi Ellenson will present the D’var Torah at Shabbat Services on Saturday, December 14 at 10 am (PST), noon (CST), 1 pm (EST).

Rabbi Panken will speak at the URJ Plenary session on Sunday, December 15 at 8 am (PST, 10 am (CST), 11 am (EST).

For a guide to learning with HUC-JIR’s thought leaders at these conventions, please click here.  

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