We are pleased to share with you the full list of webinars that we are hosting in the coming months.
Sunday, October 30 – 3pm Eastern in anticipation of election day
Entering the Heichal (sanctuary) of the Voting Booth: Reflections on Judaism and Democracy with Rabbis Elliot Dorff and Sid Schwarz
Sunday, December 11 – 3pm Eastern
with Rabbis James Greene, Jessica Lott, and Jeffrey Schein
Sunday, January 29, 2023 – 3pm Eastern
Kaplan and the Arts with Rabbi Adina Allen, Joanne Fink, Elizheva Hurvich, and Rabbi Margie Jacobs
Sunday, February 26, 2023 – 3pm Eastern
Kaplan and Hebrew with Rabbis Daria Jacobs-Velde, Helen Plotkin, Professor Vardit Ringvalt, and Earl Schwartz
Sunday, March 19, 2023 – 3pm Eastern
with Drs. Eric Caplan and Jeffrey Schein
Sunday, April 23, 2023 – 1pm Eastern (note time change)
Kaplan and Israel: A New, New Zionism with Rabbis Michael Cohen, Gail Shuster Bouskila, Dennis Sasso, and Dr. Shlomi Ravid
Sunday, May 21, 2023 – 3pm Eastern
Approaching Shavuot and Kaplan’s 40th Yahrzeit Year, What Remains Revelatory in Kaplan’s Thought with Drs. David Ellenson, Arnie Eisen, and Nancy Fuchs Kreimer
- ‘God is Here’ in Kaplanian Context with Rabbi Toba Spitzer
- God is Here, Book Club with Drs. Deborah & Jeffrey Schein
- Role models of Kaplanian lay leadership today; A discussion among rabbis to mark the yahrzeit of Dan Cedarbaum.
- Eric Caplan: Revisiting From Ideology to Liturgy: New Insights into Mordecai Kaplan as liturgist and the current prayerbooks of Conservative and Reform Judaism
- God and Science, Einstein and Kaplan: a conversation with Rabbi Michael Cohen and Roger L. Price: Recording forthcoming
- Dr. Tzemah Yoreh, Rabbi Sandy Sasso, and Sarah Brammer-Shlay discuss Sasha Sagan’s For Small Creatures Such as We: Rituals for Finding Meaning in our Unlikely World.
- Dr. Jeffrey Schein, Dr. Henry Morris, and Rabbi Lawrence Pinsker: The Natural and Supernatural, The Human and Divine: A Dialogue about the Golem, Artificial Intelligence and Purim.
- Dr. Marcia Falk, Mah Nishtana Ha-Haggadah Ha-Zot: an exploration of my new haggadah, Night of Beginnings.