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Shabbat Service Featuring Lawrence, A. Hoffman, Rabbi; Ph.D.

Friday, March 1, 2024 21 Adar I 5784

6:15 PM - 7:30 PMOnline and in person

Join us for a Shabbat service like no other, as we welcome Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman, Ph.D., and delve into the defining challenges and opportunities of our time.  Rabbi Hoffman, who also serves as a personal mentor to Rabbi Conover, is celebrated for his leading-edge contributions to contemporary Jewish thought and community life. Together, we'll explore Temple Sholom’s pivotal role in shaping the future of Judaism, engaging in a dialogue that promises to be both challenging and inspiring. Don't miss this unique opportunity to gain insights from one of Judaism's foremost thinkers. 

Rabbi Hoffman, ordained in 1969 and holding a doctorate since 1973, has blazed a trail through the landscape of Jewish liturgy and spirituality. As a beloved professor at HUC-JIR/New York for several decades, and the author and editor of over forty books, his works have illuminated the practice of Judaism for countless individuals. His visionary projects, such as "Synagogue 2000," have shaped the very framework of contemporary synagogue life, positioning congregations as moral and spiritual beacons in the 21st century. Learn more about Rabbi Hoffman.

If you can't make our Friday service, Rabbi Hoffman will be attending Shabbat Minyan & Torah Study on Saturday, Mar. 2, at 9:00 AM for further conversation.

Join the Temple Sholom community to welcome in Shabbat either in person or online. Join us on Facebook by clicking HERE! To join us via Zoom, contact Stacy at to request the link.

Shabbat Mi Shebeirach/Kaddish Name Submission

Please complete this form below by noon on Friday to have your submitted name(s) presented as part of Shabbat services that evening. Names will not be carried over week to week.

This event is free and open to all and registration helps us plan. Please let us know if you are coming!




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Fri, March 1 2024 21 Adar I 5784