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RESCHEDULED: ASK THE RABBI“ Everything You Always Wanted to Ask a Rabbi”

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 Thursday, February 27 - 5:45 p.m.

Richard Perlman, Spiritual Leader of Peabody’s Temple Ner Tamid, 

To Offer a Lively Discussion of Judaism and Christianity, and Faith Practice


On Thursday, February 27, Christians and Jews will have the chance to mix it up in a fascinating discussion about faith and what it means to be Jewish, and how being Christian is different and similar, when Rabbi Richard E. Perlman, Cantor and Spiritual Leader of Temple Ner Tamid Peabody, comes to All Saints Episcopal Church of the North Shore.


The lively interfaith dialogue begins with the sharing of food at 5:45 p.m., and will run until 8 p.m., with a 30-minute question and answer period to finish up the evening. The event is free, and open to the public. Advanced registration is recommended. Please call the All Saints’ Parish Office at 978-774-1150 to reserve your space.


Rabbi Richard Perlman is highly regarded for his teaching and public speaking. For many years, he has been teaching Christians about Judaism and about Jesus' rootedness in his own Jewish religion. Rabbi Perlman is engaging, informative and possessed of a fine sense of humor. 


Topics expected to be covered during the evening include a look at “Jewish Jesus,” what it means to be Jewish, and how it differs and resembles Christianity, and more. Please come with your curiosity. Questions are welcome.


For more information please contact All Saints at 978-774-1150 or email allstoffice@gmail.com


Ample free on-street parking is available. All Saints is accessible for people with disabilities.

 


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