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Tikkun Olam as a foundation for Religious Community

Rabbi Dr. Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmiis the Inaugural Senior Rabbi of Har Sinai-Oheb Shalom Congregation in Baltimore, MD. She is a well-known rabbi, speaker, author, teacher and institutional leader. Ordained at HUC-JIR in New York, Rabbi Sabath also earned a Ph.D. at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Deeply committed to pluralism, Rabbi Sabath has served congregations in the Reform movement, the Conservative movement and non-denominational synagogues including Shirat HaYam on Nantucket Island for over a decade. She also serves as a

Lecture Title: Tikkun Olam as a foundation for Religious Community

Lecturer: Rachl Sabath Beit-Halachmi

Lecture Sources

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1 .Genesis 2: 8-17

2. Genesis 6: 5-22

3. Genesis 8: 20-9:17

4. Genesis 12: 1-6

5. Isaiah 2

6. Isaiah 42

7. Isaiah 60

8. Hosea 2: 18-25

9. Midrash Kohelet Rabba 1 on Ecclesiastes 7:13

10. Mishnah Gittin 4: 5-6   English here

11. Aleinu, Closing Prayer, Kol Haneshamah Prayer book

12. Aleinu, Closing Prayer, Mishkan T’filah Prayer book

Program: International Philosophy Conference

Program Year: 2010

Program Theme: Expanding the Religious Community

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