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Join us for Tamid Tuesdays at The Temple!

Electives: Free and Open to All! (Registration required to receive the Zoom link)

Your Rabbi Lied to You: What the Other Jewish Texts Say Happens After you Die
Dates: March 29, April 5, 12 (Multi-Access)

Room 32 or on Zoom
Instructor: Rabbi Sam Kaye
Time: 7:00-8:00pm

What happens to you after you die? Often Jews hear that Judaism doesn't have an answer to this question. The answer is more complex than that; as Judaism doesn't have just one answer... it has many! Join Rabbi Kaye as he explores a variety of classical and modern Jewish sources, in his final elective at the Temple, answering the questions of life, death, the soul, and what happens next.

A Physician's Personal Account of the Yom Kippur War
Dates: April 26
Instructor: Dr. Itzhak Brook
Time: 7:00-8:00pm

The presentation includes a description of the historical background of the Yom Kippur War and its effects on Israeli society, as well as Dr. Brook’s personal experiences and challenges as a battalion physician in the Sinai. He will address the physical and psychological traumas his soldiers had to cope with, the effect of religion on them, the cost of war in human life and suffering, and the daily struggle for survival in the difficult war which threatened Israel’s existence.

Itzhak Brook, MD, M.Sc. is a Professor of Pediatrics Georgetown University and a Member of the Board of Directors Friends of the Yom Kippur War Center. He was born and raised in Haifa, Israel and earned his medical degree from Hebrew University, Hadassah School of Medicine, in Jerusalem. He served in the Israeli army as a medic in the Six Day War in 1967 and as a battalion physician during the Yom Kippur war in 1973. Subsequently, he completed a fellowship in adult and pediatric infectious diseases at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine. He served in the medical corps of the US Navy for 27 years.He is a speaker for the Israeli Embassy in the US and the author of the book “In the Sands of Sinai, a Physician’s Account of the Yom Kippur War”.

Additional Learning Opportunities: Registration Required.

Project Zug Partnership Learning
Times: 7:00-8:30pm
Dates: Sundays beginning February 27
Cost: $36
This class is in partnership with the MJCCA. Click here to register.

For the first time, the MJCCA’s Lisa F. Brill Institute for Jewish Learning is offering an opportunity to get to know your Jewish community across Atlanta through an innovative partnership study program. Zug is Hebrew for partner and Project Zug is a Learning Partnership program developed by the Hadar Institute that trains adults in the art and practice of textual learning with a partner or friend, virtually or in-person.  

Project Zug's unique combination of facilitation and flexibility allows participants to learn on their own schedule with an accessible structure and guidance. Each week participants are given a source sheet with topics to discuss, making Jewish learning together easy, accessible, and fun.

If you have any questions about our TAMID program, please contact Elizabeth Foster at 404-873-1731.  

Sun, July 3 2022 4 Tammuz 5782