One of the many blessings of being a synagogue in South Florida is that rabbis make Temple Beth El their spiritual home in retirement. We are blessed that these two rabbis will share with us the books that have recently authored at this time in their life. It is truly a blessing to learn with both of them. All welcome this is a series that is continuing on April 13, 20 & 27.
Join on Zoom at https://tbeboca-org.zoom.us/j/96760854108
- April 6 - Rabbi Schreiber and his co-authors Iqbal Unus and Ian Punnett will be with us to discuss their new book How Millennials Can Lead Us Out of the Mess We’re In: A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian Share Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses.
- April 13 - Rabbi Schreiber will delve into the Jewish perspective in his new book.
- April 20 - Rabbi Steve Moss will be sharing his experiences with God in his personal and professional life using the divine encounters described in his book, God is With Me; I Have No Fear.
- April 27 This session will continue to let us reflect on our own experiences with God as they either developed such a faith in a living God or searching for that faith.
Rabbi Mordecai Schreiber is a native of Israel. He has authored more than 60 books on history, religion, and linguistics, used in schools around the world. He is also founder of Schreiber Translations, Inc. in the DC area.
Rabbi Dr. Steven Moss has served B’nai Israel in Oakdale, Long Island, as its Rabbi since 1972. He is now Rabbi Emeritus. He is past chair of the Center for Social Justice and Human Understanding. He has served as chair to the county’s Human Rights Commission from 1992-2019 and is founder and co-chair of the Suffolk County Anti-Bias Task Force. He is also founder and Director of STOPBIAS, the only educational program for hate crimes offenders in the county. He has proudly served the Suffolk County Police Department as chaplain since 1986 and is now chaplain to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Department.