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Vayeehyu Sham: And There They Stayed

Thursday, May 21, 2020 27 Iyyar 5780

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

ASBI women: join R. Marianne Novak for a conversation about what Ruth can teach us in this daunting period of uncertainty, loss, and sacrifice. Learn how Ruth is the perfect model of dignity, altruism, commitment, and ultimately, redemption. This will be an intimate discussion, learning, and textual study promoting solidarity and healing for our community.

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(Meeting ID: 581 059 9624, Password: 540)

 R. Marianne Novak received semikha from Yeshivat Maharat in 2019. She received   her BA in Political Science from Barnard College and her JD from Washington   University School of Law in St. Louis. She has served as the Endowment Director   at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis and also helped start the Women’s Tefillah   Group at Bais Abraham. R. Novak then moved to Skokie, became a Gabbait for the   Skokie Women’s Tefillah Group, and taught Bat Mitzvah students. She has been an   instructor and curriculum developer for the Florence Melton Adult School of Jewish   Learning for over 21+ years. She taught Tanakh at Rochelle Zell Jewish High School. She has lectured for many Jewish organizations and synagogues, and writes a blog for the Times of Israel. She is currently a fellow in the Created Equal Educators’ Fellowship of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. R. Novak lives in Skokie with her husband Noam Stadlan and her family.
You can follow her on Facebook or Instagram @the_rabbi_wears_prada.


This event is for women only.











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