A LOS ANGELES S’LICHOT

This Jewish community S’lichot Havdallah service features the music of prominent Los Angeles based composers, Ami Aloni, Meir FinkelsteIn, Michael Isaacson, and Sharone Farber.

With cantors from across this city joining together this will be one incredibly musical event.

Breakout sessions will be featured during the evening facilitated by clergy members from various temples in the Los Angeles area.

PLEASE RSVP IN THE FORM BELOW

saturday, september 21, 2019 at 7:00 pm.
temple emanuel of beverly hills
300 n clark drive

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Cantors from across the city of Los Angeles will perform in this concert
along with the artistic director
and conductor of the LA Jewish Symphony.

 

CANTOR LIZZIE WEISS
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF BEVERLY HILLS

 

CANTOR CHAIM FRENKEL
KEHILLAT ISRAEL

 

KERITH SPENCER SHAPIRO
UNIVERSITY SYNAGOGUE

 

CANTOR DON GURNEY
WILSHIRE BLVD TEMPLE

 

CANTOR LISA PEICOTT
WILSHIRE BLVD TEMPLE

 

DR. NOREEN GREEN
LA JEWISH SYMPHONY

rabbis from the partnering temples will be facilitating breakout sessions
on a wide range of topics
including t’shuvah, judgement, and accountability.

rabbi sarah bassin temple emanuel
RABBI SARAH BASSIN
TEMPLE EMANUEL


RABBI BEAU SHAPIRO
WILSHIRE BLVD TEMPLE


RABBI BARRY LUTZ
UNIVERSITY SYNAGOGUE


RABBI ADAM LUTZ
TEMPLE EMANUEL


RABBI JOEL NICKERSON
WILSHIRE BLVD TEMPLE


RABBI DAVID ESHEL
WILSHIRE BLVD TEMPLE

The evening breakout session topics are as follows:
Sarah Bassin:  “Can I sit here? Exploring Our Relationship to God’s Chairs of Judgment and Mercy”
Beau Shapiro: Who by Water, Who by Fire? Is the Un’taneh Tokef Relevant in the 21st Century
Barry Lutz: :  “Say What?”  Finding meaning in ancient words and rhythms.
Adam Lutz:  Self-Sacrifice in the 21st Century
Joel Nickerson: Man, You’re Ugly!” Exploring Tshuvah Through a Fascinating Talmudic Tale 
David Eshel: Dear future self…: How do we hold ourselves accountable in the coming year