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Chizuk Amuno Congregation

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We welcome you and your family to continue to learn and pray with us each day in ways that we
believe will elevate your search for meaning and deepen your faith.

We also invite you to keep in touch, reach out to us in times of need, and stay informed as
we explore together the challenges and responses to COVID-19 through a Jewish lens.

Although our campus is temporarily closed, our community and all that we are able to
offer at this time remain available and open to you in new and exciting ways. Some of our current offerings are listed below.
May we all enjoy in peace, community, and good health!

Beit Midrash Series

April 28, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Chizuk Amuno
8100 Stevenson Road
Baltimore, MD 21208

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Tuesdays – Beit Midrash
Cohort of Teachers & Special Guests
7-8 p.m.
Free
Back by popular demand. This successful series which began last year invites a different teacher each week to guide us in study. A Beit Midrash is both a place and an experience. A Beit Midrash literally is a Home of Study, a room filled with Jewish texts traditional and modern. A Beit Midrash is also an experience in which traditional Jewish texts are studied to seek out meaning and understanding. Judaism imagines relationships between people mediated by text as groups of learners work together to wrestle with a text until it yields blessing.

This year our overarching study theme will be – The 613 Mitzvot.

March 17 – Rabbi Josh Gruenberg – The Rebellious Child
Now held over livestream. Please view the attached document to accompany the class.

March 24 – Sara Wolkenfeld – Matzah The Mitzvah and the Mystery – CANCELLED
March 31- Dr. Martin Shuster – Knowledge of God
April 21 – Rabbi Joel Seltzer – Teaching Your Children
May 5 – Rabbi Rory Katz – Visiting the Sick
May 12 – Rabbi Debi Wechsler – Writing a Torah

Beit Midrash is free and open the public. It is generously funded this year by the Hoffberger Foundation for Torah Study.

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