Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Dantowitz Continues @ TBA

On Thursday, April 19, at, 11:30 AM, the Temple B’nai Abraham Congregational Learning program continues its monthly Lunch and Learn  with Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz at the temple. TBA’s Lunch and Learn explores Women of the Bible: Supporters, Victims, Leaders, Warriors, Rabble Rousers!. Each month we’ll explore women in the Bible (familiar and less-known). Through text-study and discussion, we will delve into themes as old as the Bible and as new as today. A class for women and men! Class will also meet on Thursday,  May 17. Bring your dairy  lunch, beverages will be provided!  This class is free and open to the community.  To register call 973-994-2290 or visit the website at http://www.tbanj.org/congregational-learning/lunch-learn.

Contact Information
  1. Temple Office
  2. 9739942290
  3. tbainfo@tbanj.org
Thu, April 19
11:30 am — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/19/2018 11:30am 04/19/2018 1:00pm America/New_York Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Dantowitz Continues @ TBA

On Thursday, April 19, at, 11:30 AM, the Temple B’nai Abraham Congregational Learning program continues its monthly Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz at the temple. TBA’s Lunch and Learn explores Women of the Bible: Supporters, Victims, Leaders, Warriors, Rabble Rousers!. Each month we’ll explore women in the Bible (familiar and less-known). Through text-study and ...

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