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Event: 'Rabbi Levi Brackman, Scholar-in-Residence (BMH-BJ)'

Holidays & Religious
Education, fun fairs, special services, Shabbat retreats...all kinds of events surrounding Jewish holidays and religious days.
Date: Friday, November 07, 2014 At 04:30 PM
Duration: 2 Days
Contact Info:
Sheila Kramer, (303) 951-8221
Email: skramer@thedenversynagogue.org
URL:

BMH-BJ hosts Rabbi Levi Brackman as scholar-in-resident. Events include Kabbalat Shabbat followed by communal dinner (6pm) with lecture; Shabbat morning lunch & learn following services; and a Sunday morning breakfast (9:30am) with discussion on marriage & relationships.



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