Engaging Israel: Foundations for a New Relationship
A Nine-Session Sunday Evening Series
Four fall dates - TBD
Do you consider yourself a Zionist? Do you feel supportive of Israel? Do you feel critical of Israel? Do you feel ambivalent about Israel? Do you feel confused about Israel? Do you sometimes feel troubled by the policies or practices of Israel’s government? Do you feel uncertain about how Israel fits into your overall Jewish identity or how you want it to fit? Do you feel growing distance from Israel? Do you care about Israel?
If you would answer affirmatively to any of these questions and if you wish to engage in a serious conversation about how American Jews (and you) relate to Israel, you will do well to participate in Engaging Israel, a series of presentations produced by the Shalom Hartman Institute (and featuring some of the superb scholars associated with the Institute) and discussions facilitated by Rabbi Alexander.
Those who missed the first session on January 18 may still join the class by attending the session on February 22.
For more information on the approach of the series: http://iengage.org.il/about_us_View.asp?Cat_Id=1
These nine sessions will take place on Sundays at 7:00 PM at CBI.
The $50.00 registration fee will offset the cost of the lecture series, including a comprehensive Source Book with essays and other resources. Couples willing to share a book can register for $75.00. Subsidies available. Call 295-6382 or email Office@cbicville.org to sign up for the class.