Edwin & Marilyn Bierman Scholar in Residence Dinner
February 8 @ 6:15 pm - 9:00 pm$25.00 – $180.00
Join us for Shabbat Dinner on Friday, February 8. Dinner will be preceded by Kabbalat Shabbat services at 5:00pm, and followed by a talk by our Scholar, Rabbi Daniel Nevins. Friday night’s talk at 8:00pm is entitled “Is Clean Meat Kosher? Pareve? Connecting the Latest Food Technology to Jewish Ethics and Law”
Dinner is by pre-registration and prepayment only – $25.00 per person. Shabbat services and all talks are open at no cost. Register below by February 4.
Dinner is catered by Madison Park Cafe Catering. The menu for the evening will include cod with miso marinade, forbidden rice, vegetables, salad and lemon mousse with biscotti for dessert.
Support the Scholar in Residence program now and for the future. Be a Pillar. Your $180 donation supports this year’s program and the Edwin and Marilyn Bierman Scholar in Residence Endowment Fund. Thank you.
Rabbi Daniel Nevins is the Pearl Resnick Dean of the JTS Rabbinical School. He also serves as dean of the Division of Religious Leadership, which includes the H.L. Miller Cantorial School, the Center for Pastoral Education, and the Block-Kolker Center for Spiritual Arts. A graduate of JTS and of Harvard College, where he studied Middle Eastern History, he worked for 13 years as rabbi of Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills, MI. A scholar of contemporary Jewish law, Rabbi Nevins serves on The Committee on Jewish Law and Standards, for which he has written responsa on topics of science, technology, bioethics, sexuality and disability. His writings can be found at www.rabbinevins.com. Rabbi Nevins lives in NYC with his family.
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