Join Kol Sasson for an Exciting Shabbaton with Rabbi Daniel Sperber

Friday Night, June 21st 

Kabbalat Shabbat at Kol Sasson Congregation (3601 Dempster), 6:30pm
Rabbi Sperber will help us welcome Shabbat and provide a brief talk on “Ma Tovu”

Shabbat Morning, June 22nd

Tefilah at Kol Sasson Congregation (3601 Dempster), 9:15am
Rabbi Sperber will offer a D’var Torah on “The Relationship Between Mitzvot of Man and His Neighbor and Man and his Maker”

Shabbat Afternoon – Learning with Rabbi Sperber, at the home of Shari and Will Lennon (9100 Keystone), 4:30pm   Rabbi Sperber will lead a shiur on the “Dynamic Nature of Halacha”

Rabbi Daniel Sperber is the Milan Roven Professor of Talmudic Research at Bar-Ilan University and rabbi of Congregation Menachem Zion in the Old City of Jerusalem. In 1992 he received the Israel Prize, Israel’s highest award and is the author of Minhagei Yisrael , a seven volume work examining the origins and history of Jewish customs. His recent work includes examinations of the halakhic and minhagic foundations of the role of women and has written extensively on the topic of inclusion of women in certain ritual services.

Special thanks to the American Friends of Bar-Ilan University for bringing
Rabbi Sperber to the Skokie community