Chavurat Shalom

On Thursday, January 11, Rabbi David Ariel-Joel will talk about the Kaddish, what it is, why it is said and how Judaism views heaven and hell. Lunch will include beef pot roast, roasted potatoes, green beans, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and pineapple upside down cake.
On Thursday, January 18, Rabbi Joe R. Rapport will talk about Martin Luther King, Jr., the Jews, and the civil rights movement. Lunch will include fried chicken tenders, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, caesar salad, fresh fruit and banana pudding.
On Thursday, January 25, Matthew Derrenbacher will present a talk about the Jewish origins of the health industry. Lunch will include a deli platter, three-bean soup, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, and cookies and brownies.
On Thursday, February 1, accordion player Mike O’Bryan returns.
Chavurat Shalom is a community-wide program for Jewish seniors that meets in the Levy Great Hall of the Klein Center at The Temple, 5101 U.S. Highway 42, unless otherwise noted. Lunch, catered by Chef Z, is available at noon for $5, followed by the program at 1 p.m. RSVP by calling 502-423-1818 or emailing Sarah Harlan at by the Tuesday of the week you plan to attend. Vegetarian meals are available if requested by the Tuesday before the event. Transportation can be scheduled by calling Jewish Family & Career Services at 502-452-6341. Transportation to Chavurat Shalom is $5 round-trip.

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