JOFA Cleveland and JOFA Chicago welcome Executive Director Sharon Weiss-Greenberg, Ph.D.
July 23 - August 2
Thursday, July 23 7:00pm
Women in Communal Prayer: A Quest for Meaning and Kavanah
Home of Sue Borison: email [email protected] for more information
Sugar Grove, PA:
JOFA visits Camp Stone for Shabbat and Tisha B'Av
Wednesday, July 29 7:00pm
From Exception to Acceptance: The Blemished Kohen as a Model for Gender Equity
Anshei Sholom B'nei Israel Congregation: 540 West Melrose Street, Chicago
Thursday, July 30 7:30pm
All About JOFA
Northbrook Community Synagogue: 2548 Jasper Court, Northbrook
Shabbat, August 1
Shabbat Morning Drasha
Kol Sasson, 3601 Dempster, Skokie
Ms. President: The Halakhic Obligation For Women to Serve the Jewish Community in the Public Sphere
Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob: 8825 East Prairie Road, Skokie
Save the Date!
JOFA's Tribute Dinner
Sunday, November 15 at 5:30 pm
Guastavino's, 409 E. 59th St, NYC
Monique (Nicky) Katz, M.D.
& Gail A. Katz
Rabbi Daniel Sperber, Ph.D.
Audrey Axelrod Trachtman
& Chaim Trachtman, M.D.
Carol Kaufman Newman
Rabbi Lila Kagedan
The Spring 2015 JOFA Journal focusing on Rabbinic Authority is now available online!
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