To be a Jew in the Free World

February 9, 2014-March 16, 2014

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What was it like for our ancestors to say goodbye to the shtetl, to set out to discover new lives for themselves, along with all of the liberties the free world had to offer? At the dawn of the enlightenment, how did our parents adapt their Judaism to the developments of modern age? And what can we learn from their struggles, in order to connect more deeply with our own Jewish identities? This new course will give you the opportunity to make sense of your personal Jewishness. It will help you overcome perceived incompatibilities between Judaism and modern society. And it will provide you with the clarity and conviction to pass on a legacy of Jewish pride to the next generation.

When:
10:30 a.m., Feb. 9-March 16
Where:
Chabad of Spokane, 4116 E. 37th Ave.
City:
Spokane
Neighborhood:
Southgate neighborhood, South Hill
Cost:
$15/class, plus $20 book fee
Phone:
(509) 443-0770
Email:
rabbihahn@gmail.com
Website:
http://JewishSpokane.com/
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