Shabbaton: Rabbi Elie Spitz, “Souls and Psalms”

Shabbaton: Rabbi Elie Spitz, “Souls and Psalms”

Rabbi Elie Spitz at Temple Har Zion

Friday, July 12, 6:30pm: Musical Kabbalat Shabbat Service, followed at 7:30pm by a Shabbat dinner with lecture and kavanah on Rabbi Spitz’s book Does the Soul Survive?.

Saturday, July 13,10am: Saturday Morning service with Rabbi Spitz giving the D’var Torah about Psalms, followed at 12:30pm with luncheon and lecture about Psalms.

Rabbi Glick on Rabbi Spitz

“On the weekend of July 12–13, I am delighted that my friend and mentor Rabbi Elie Spitz (https://eliespitz.com/) will be coming to the synagogue. He is a recently retired congregational Rabbi once described to me as ‘the best congregational Rabbi in America.’ He is the author of the definitive Jewish book on the afterlife, Does the Soul Survive?. On Friday night, please join him for a festive musical Shabbat, dinner, and a lecture and discussion on that book. On Saturday morning, after kiddush, he will turn to his latest book on Psalms and teach Psalm 23, ‘The Lord Is My Shepherd.’”

Click here to register for the Shabbat meal and talk by Rabbi Spitz on Friday evening.

Date

Jul 12 - 13 2024

Time

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Hourly Schedule

Friday, July 12

6:30pm - 7:30pm
Musical Kabbalat Shabbat with the Har Zion Davening Team
7:30pm - 9pm
Shabbat Dinner
lecture and kavanah on Rabbi Spitz's book Does the Soul Survive?.

Saturday, July 13

10am - 12:30am
Shabbat Morning Service
With D’var Torah about Psalms by Rabbi Spitz
12:30pm
Kiddush Luncheon
With more by Rabbi Spitz about the Psalms.