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Evening with Dan of Dan's Deals

 Thursday, October 24 

@ Waxman Chabad Center 

 

HIGH HOLIDAYS

 High Holidays at Chabad

The Great Parade!

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New Six Week Course, 9 CLE credits

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Living with Integrity: Navigating Everyday Ethical Dilemmas

Six Mondays with Rabbi Moshe Gancz or Six Tuesdays with Rabbi Shmuli Friedman       Starts January 28, 2013  -  7:00pm - 8:30pm


 

Regular $ 75.00

With CLE $180.00

Bring A Friend (2 people or more): $5 off
Early Bird Special (before 2013-01-01): $10 off
Promotion Code for Jewish Educators (Call for Code): $15 off

Waxman Chabad Center  2479 S. Green Rd., Cleveland, 44122
For more information visit us at myjli.com or call us at 216-282-0112

Shifrah & Puah, assisting families with newborns

 

Welcome to

Shifrah & Puah!

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Shifrah & Puah is an organization that assists Jewish mothers with newborn babies and their family. Shifrah & Puah is set up to develop Jewish roots and traditions, through providing an education and support before, during, and after a new baby is born.
 
Click Here to read more.... 

Community Shabbos Dinner

Community Shabbos Dinner
Friday, 17th of Cheshvan, November 2

with Dr. David Lazerson

David Lazerson, PhD, aka-Dr. Laz, has been educating, inspiring and changing peoples lives for over 30 years as an author, musician, teacher and a conflict-resolution specialist. His PROJECT CURE for Black/Jewish relations has spanned the SHOWTIME film "Crown Heights." As a featured guest speaker at major conventions and book fairs throughout the globe, his lectures have been referred to as exciting, meaningful, entertaining and thought provoking.

Kiddush 7:00 PM at Waxman Chabad Center

Adults: $22 Children (ages 3-10): $18 Co-Sponsor :$180 Sponsor: $300

For more information, sponsorship opportunities and to RSVP by Monday, October 29, please contact rabbigancz@gmail.com 216 647 4884.

For more info and to sponsor, please contact Rabbi Gancz at 216-647-4884.

The Kabbalah of You

Jewish Learning Institute Presents.... 

The Kabbalah of You   - November 2012

Living with Integrity - February 2013

Curious Tales of the Talmud  - April 2013

Sign up today ..... myjli.com

Bagel Babies

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Join Bagel Babies!  CLICK HERE for more details

Mommy & Me classes that are held twice a month on Tuesdays

 10:00-11:30 am @ the home of Rivky Friedman 23608 Ranch Road in Beachwood

Shmooze with the Girls, while your little one learns to schmooze too!

*Support for Moms! *Skills for kids! *Bagel Brunch! *Circle Time! *Guest Speakers! 

Election 2012:

 

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Dear Rabbi Friedman, 'שי

The election craze is about to begin. The Democratic National Convention is September 3 and the Republican National Convention is August 27. As election and policy related issues are discussed by the public at large, we wanted to present to you an opportunity to capitalize on this interest. Rabbis Nochum Mangel and Shmuel Klatzkin have developed a curriculum that has already been taught in many communities. We are now launching a video series of Rabbi Mangel, the course's co-author, teaching these classes.

New Course: Election 2012

SELECTION OF TOPICS
IN THIS COURSE:

  • The One Percent and Redistribution of Wealth
  • Funding Social Services
  • Taxation with Representation
  • Health Care
  • Campaign Finance
  • The Immigration Debate
     

The result of countless hours of research, this course presents authentic Torah sources in an unbiased, non-partisan manner so that students can make their own choices about the hot-button issues of today. The aim of this series is to rise above the same old partisan talking points and look at things from a Torah perspective. In keeping with this theme, the course tag-line is "We present the sources. You decide."

Click here to view the series website which includes the full schedule of classes.

The first class in this series aired on Thursday, August 16, with new classes airing each Thursday night for six weeks. Each video appears with an accompanying student hand-out.

These are key issues! We better be sure to know what to think as Jews.

Your feedback is always appreciated! 

Lag Baomer BBQ!

 
Join us for a Lag Ba'Omer BBQ!

You are cordially invited to join us for a delightful afternoon with family and friends.

An event for the whole family!


Bonfire! Music! Kite flying! Inflatables! Mini Moon Bounce! Slurpees! Kumzitz! And much more......

Hope to see you there!

$8/person Children under 2 are free!

$360 Sponsor ~ $180 Co-Sponsor

Volunteer opportunities available! Let us know how you can help!

 
 
WHERE: Friendship Circle

27900 Gates Mills Boulevard • Pepper Pike, OH 44122

WHEN: 18th of Iyar, May 10, 2012
TIME: 5:30 PM
What is Lag Ba’Omer?

Lag Ba'Omer is a festive day on the Jewish calendar, celebrating the anniversary of the passing of the great sage and mystic Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, author of the Zohar. It also commemorates another event. In the weeks between Passover and Shavuot, a plague raged amongst the disciples of the great sage Rabbi Akiva. On Lag BaOmer the dying ceased.
Lag Baomer this year is on May 10, 2012.

 

 

Community Pesach Seder

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PURIM!

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Money Matters - Jewish Business Ethics

GAre you a lawyer?

Are you an accountant?

Yes?  This one is for you!

Learn about what Judiasm has to say about Money Matters

Earn 9 CLE credits or 12 CPA Hours!

Just go to www.myjli.com and sign up today!  Hurry! 

 

JLI FALL COURSE

Fascinating Facts: Exploring the Myths and Mysteries of Judaism

Does Judaism believe in guardian angels? Why do Jews use matchmakers? Who wrote the handwriting on the wall? A fun course in Jewish cultural literacy, full of surprising facts, myths, and mysteries surrounding Jewish tradition and practice.

Course Overview

Know Something About the Bible?
Is “an eye for an eye” meant to be taken literally? Was the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge an apple? Did the Jews actually cross the Red Sea? We leap beyond a Hebrew School comprehension of the Bible, as we explore the deeper significance of its stories and their profound lessons for life.
From Womb to Tomb
Why celebrate a bar or bat mitzvah? What’s with breaking glass under the wedding canopy? Peppered with astounding insights along the way, we’ll journey from birth through burial, infusing meaning and relevance into the customs and traditions of the Jewish life cycle.
Angels, Blessings, and Evil Eyes
What is the evil eye? How does it work? Are we accompanied by guardian angels? Do they have wings? Join us as we enter the hidden world of the occult and investigate the fascinating interaction between matter and spirit.
Foods and Feasts
Ever wondered what it is about Jews and food? What makes food kosher? Why is pork considered the quintessential non-kosher chow? With tasty surprises along the way, we’ll learn a thing or two about Jewish diet in this mouth-watering, eye-opening session.
It’s All Hebrew to Me
From abracadabra to kippa and Yom Kippur, this lesson dives beyond semantics into the depths of Hebrew etymology. We’ll uncover insights into seemingly arbitrary Hebrew names, and discover words that offer perspective into the heart of key Jewish concepts.
Myths, Misconceptions, and Urban Legends
Sometimes the truth can be stranger than fiction. Do Jews believe in Satan? Can a Jew convert out of the faith? Peering into a world of untold mystery, we’ll explore common Jewish myths rooted in non-Jewish beliefs, everything from the bizarre to the downright outrageous.

Option 1: 6 Mondays beginning November 7 with Rabbi Moshe Gancz  

Option 2: 6 Tuesdays beginning November 8 with Rabbi Shmuli Friedman

7:00-8:30pm at the Waxman Chabad Center, 2479 S. Green Rd. in Beachwood.

Click the Register Now button for pricing and registration information. 

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