April 1, 2022 - April 2, 2022, 12:00 am
Rabbi Amy Levin currently serves as the rabbi at Sukat Shalom Congregation in Ramat Yishai in Israel and the founder of Tzibur Strategies: For Thriving Sacred Communities and Their Leaders. She is the co-author of the Teshuva (official response of the conservative movement) that granted Ashkenazim Jews permission to eat beans and other legumes on Passover. Born in New Jersey, she has been a rabbi for over 25 years and serves as a member of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards for the Conservative Movement.
6:30pm • Service
7:30pm • Dinner with program, featuring Rabbi Levin
$36 per AES member
$50 per non-member
Our scholar-in-residence, Rabbi Amy Levin will give the mornings D’var Torah in the Sanctuary, which will focus on the Masorti Movement.
Join us in person or via livestream.