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Scholar-in-Residence Weekend with Rabbi Dana Evan Kaplan

Hosted By: Congregation Beth Israel of San Diego

Join Congregation Beth Israel of San Diego for a Scholar-in-Residence Weekend with Rabbi Dana Evan Kaplan. Events include services, discussions, and Torah study. The full schedule of events can be found below, with times listed as Pacific Time. More information can be found on the event link.

Friday, March 19, 2021

6:15pm PT: Virtual Erev Shabbat Service with Sermon: ‘Parashat Vayikra – The Role of Ritual in our Lives as Reform Jews and as Human Beings’

7:30pm-9:00pm PT: Virtual Post Oneg Study Session: ‘A Life of Meaning: Changing How We Think About God’ 

Saturday, March 20, 2021

9:00am-10:15am PT: Virtual Torah Study: Parshat Vayikra ‘The Meanings of Sacrifice and Prayer’

4:00pm-5:30pm PT: ‘A Life of Meaning: Praying with Purpose and Meaning’

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Rabbi Dana Evan Kaplan

Dana Evan Kaplan is Rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley in Sun City, Arizona. He was ordained as a rabbi by Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem. He holds a Ph.D. in American Jewish history from Tel Aviv University. He has led congregations in the United States, Jamaica, South Africa, Australia, and Israel, and has taught in several colleges and universities. Kaplan has written numerous articles and academic papers on a diverse range of topics relating to Judaism, and participates in various programs, think tanks, and conferences to understand the history and theology of Judaism and to discuss ways to reinterpret it as a vibrant religion for the twenty-first century. He has written three books, The New Reform Judaism (Jewish Publication Society), Contemporary American Judaism: Transformation and Renewal (Columbia University Press), and American Reform Judaism: An Introduction (Rutgers University Press) and edited four volumes: A Life of Meaning: Embracing Reform Judaism’s Sacred Path (CCAR Press) as well as of The Cambridge Companion to American Judaism (Cambridge University Press), Platforms and Prayer Books (Rowman and Littlefield), and Contemporary Debates in American Reform Judaism (Routledge).
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Congregation Beth Israel of San Diego

Congregation Beth Israel is a Reform congregation in San Diego, CA.
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