LUNCH WITH THE RABBIS
SUBURBAN LUNCH & LEARN WITH RABBI STRAUS
Monday, May 20 | 12:15 pm
Hosted by Steven Handleman at One Tower Place, Suite 200, Bryn Mawr.
RSVP to Steven.
LEARN & LUNCH WITH RABBI GERI NEWBURGE
Friday, May 31 | 11:30 am
Come explore the history and significance of Jewish customs and rituals. Please plan to bring a side dish, salad or dessert. Sandwiches and wraps provided.
RSVP to Cindy.
LUNCH WITH RABBI STRAUS - CENTER CITY
Tuesday, June 25 | 12:00 pm
Hosted by Sid Steinberg at Post & Schell, P.C., Four Penn Center, 1600 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Philadelphia.
RSVP to Sid.
CONVERSATIONS (on Current Events…..)
THURSDAY, MAY 30 | 7:30 PM
JOIN THE DISCUSSION, an honest dialogue on the critical issues of the day. MLRT members began meeting three years ago, and prior topics have included gun violence and the US Bill of Rights, the minority experience in America, the Iran nuclear deal and other important issues. We ask participants to come prepared for an open and honest exchange of views—political correctness is not a requirement, but respectful dialogue is an expectation. If you are interested, or planning to attend for the first time, please send us your email address so that background materials may be sent to you in advance. Everyone in the MLRT adult community is welcome.
Contact: Gordon Fink or 610-664-5174
David Edman or 610-247-0461
Tuesday, June 11 | 12:15 pm
Join Rabbi Straus for a thought-provoking lunchtime discussion of selected articles from The Daily Forward. Bring your own lunch; beverages will be provided.
READING JEWISH BOOKS
Short Story Discussions
We welcome new readers and core members to our enduring Short Story class. We meet on Thursdays after Bible study once a month to discuss provocative stories by Jewish authors, recent and classic, traditional and edgy. We learn so much about ourselves when we delve into a well- constructed short story.
Contact: Sally Brown
JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL AUTHOR NETWORK
Main Line Reform Temple is a member of the Jewish Book Council. This marvelous organization makes it possible for us to bring in Jewish writers to highlight their wonderful new books. We hope you will be able to meet and greet these diverse and interesting authors who have written about the many facets of our rich Jewish life.