Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Korloff

Please join us for a Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Kroloff. On Monday, Oct. 28 at 11:30 a.m. we will be discussing: “What Five Books Should You Read to be an Educated Jew?”

Our Lunch and Learns are informal and lively! Discussion topics will include contemporary events, films of Jewish and general interest, spiritual issues, aging wisely, family concerns, The Rabbi’s “struggles,” Israel, the American Jewish community and recent developments in Jewish life. A delicious complimentary lunch will be offered.

Donations to support this program are welcome. Kindly direct them to the Rabbi Charles A. Kroloff Fund for Jewish Learning.

Contact Information
  1. Brian Chartock
  2. 9082326770
Mon, October 28
11:30 am — 1:00 pm
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Please join us for a Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Kroloff. On Monday, Oct. 28 at 11:30 a.m. we will be discussing: “What Five Books Should You Read to be an Educated Jew?”

Our Lunch and Learns are informal and lively! Discussion topics will include contemporary events, films of Jewish and general interest, spiritual issues, aging wisely, family concerns, The Rabbi’s ...

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