DAY 1349: Rabbis and Congregants Building Community Together

March 10, 2016
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DAY 1349: Rabbis and Congregants Building Community Together

Previewing this Sunday’s Mordy’s Brunch Hour with Rabbi Gerald Zelizer…

Dear Hevreh,

Yesterday, we restarted the popular, weekly Ask the Rabbi program at Menlo Park Mall on Wednesdays at 12 pm. One of the reasons for returning to these weekly sessions is because it gives a chance for informal conversation among us, to open up about deeper conversations on faith, family, and the future of Judaism. But what’s more these conversations, and the ones that follow over the phone, over coffee, and over kiddush, among rabbis and congregants form the bond that makes our community strong. Through talking we build a partnership to make Beth Mordecai the greatest Jewish home any soul could ever yearn for.

This is why I am so excited about this Sunday morning when we welcome Rabbi Jerry Zelizer, rabbi emeritus of Neve Shalom to our congregation to talk about his life’s work building community together with his congregation. It’s a chance to hear from an outside perspective — yet within Middlesex county — about what it looks like for rabbis and members to work together to grow community…together. We can use his community’s stories to help shape our future, fused together with the unique brand of Judaism that we’re creating here at Beth Mordecai. So I hope you join us for this wonderful opportunity to explore the tradition of Judaism in Middlesex County with Rabbi Zelizer this Sunday morning, as we grow our unique tradition in Middlesex County…together.

Kol Tuv,


Rabbi Ari Saks

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