Student Services, Sermons, Practica, Recitals, Thesis Presentations, and more!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Cincinnati - at 10:50 am unless otherwise noted:
Mar. 13 at 10:30 am: Leading Services: Scott Segal
Mar. 15: Leading Services: PJ Schwartz and Ariel Boxman
Mar. 16: Leading Services: Stephanie Clark
Mar. 17: Leading Services: Courtney Berman
Mar. 18: Leading Services: Erin Boxt and Samuel Rose-Carmack

Los Angeles - at 10 am:
Mar. 15: Schaliach Tzibbur: Leah Jordan; Reading Torah: Lisa Berney; D'var Torah: Brad Cohen; Gabbai: Keren Klein
Mar. 18: Schaliach Tzibbur: Leah Jordan and Cantor Kent; Reading Torah: Sara Abrams; Sermon: Rachel Ackerman; Gabbai: Aron Klein
 
New York - at 10 am unless otherwise noted:
Mar. 15: Rabbi: Brian Immerman; Cantor: Andrea Rae Markowicz; Educator: Dena Wachtel; Reading Torah: Adena Kemper; Gabbai: Daniel Geffen
Mar. 16 at 10:45 am:  School of Education Practica: Yael Gamon presents "Connections Between Personal Stories of Midrash."
Mar. 16 at 10:45 am:  School of Education Practica: Josh Franklin presents "The Reforming of Rabbinic Identity: The Adaptation of Jewish Identity from the Second Temple Period to the Rabbinic Period."
Mar. 17 at 10:45 am: School of Sacred Music Senior Cantorial Recital: Jason Kaufman presents "Songs of Love and Prayer: Melodies and Tales written and Inspired by Shlomo Carlebach."  The melodies and stories of Shlomo Carlebach penetrate the hearts and souls of Jews around the world.  Join Jason and friends as they recreate some of Carlebach's most beloved pieces of music, share just a few of his most precious of stories as well as showcase some of his lesser known musical gems.  Be prepared to open your hearts, and sing out in joy.
Mar. 18: Reading Torah: Lauren Furman; Gabbai: Sarah Krevsky

Jerusalem:
Mar. 16 at 2 pm: Dvar Torah: Monica Meyer
Mar. 18 at 8:30 am: Leading Services: Rene Pfertzel; Dvar Torah: Natalie Davidowitz

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