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Hebrew Congregation Features Weekend Speaker

Hebrew Congregation Features Weekend Speaker
Norman Cohen, Ph.D., professor of Midrash and provost at Hebrew Union College in New York, will be the Hebrew Congregation's scholar-in-residence from Feb. 24-26. The community is invited to attend all of Cohen's presentations.
Sunday brunch, Feb. 26, at Lilienfeld House will feature Cohen's presentation on "Joseph's Siblings Are Our Siblings," explaining Joseph's relations with his brothers as a paradigm for understanding our relationships with our siblings. Brunch will cost $15 each.
Call for reservations, at 774-4312.

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Hebrew Congregation Features Weekend Speaker
Norman Cohen, Ph.D., professor of Midrash and provost at Hebrew Union College in New York, will be the Hebrew Congregation's scholar-in-residence from Feb. 24-26. The community is invited to attend all of Cohen's presentations.
Sunday brunch, Feb. 26, at Lilienfeld House will feature Cohen's presentation on "Joseph's Siblings Are Our Siblings," explaining Joseph's relations with his brothers as a paradigm for understanding our relationships with our siblings. Brunch will cost $15 each.
Call for reservations, at 774-4312.