Arizona Foundation for Contemporary Theology will host Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz for a talk entitled Spiritual Courage on November 14 at 7 PM at Congregation Beth Israel located at 10460 North 56th Street in Scottsdale.
This talk was scheduled before the horrendous shooting and murder of 11 people that took place Saturday, October 27 at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA's Squirrel Hill neighborhood. We invite you to join Rabbi Shmuly in solidarity at this important gathering.
Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz explores some of the most challenging and controversial issues facing the contemporary Jewish condition. With subjects ranging across the spectrum of social and cultural flashpoints, Rabbi Yanklowitz shows that Spiritual Courage is not just an axiom, but an ardent call to social action. To register click on this link.
In light of the hate killings at the Tree of Life Synagogue, Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz’s thoughts on Spiritual Courage are as important as ever for all peoples of good will to hear, reflect upon, and be inspired to take action. Included in the 90 minute presentation will be open dialog and questions with Rabbi Shmuly. We encourage you to attend this important inspirational talk and shared insightful conversation on living Spiritual Courage.
There is a suggested donation of $10. All funds will be donated to the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. To register use this link: Spiritual Courage.
For further information call 602-330-6371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for Michael Powell, AzFCT Chairperson.