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Interfaith opportunity to learn about Rambam

UU Common Read for 2023-2024: “On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World” by Rabbi Danya RuttenbergBouricha Taib

Two linked sessions, based on the book Mondays, Nov. 6th, Nov. 20th 7-8:30 p.m. Plattsburgh location TBA Rev. Nicoline Guerrier, Rabbi David Joslin, and Nancy Lewin, Commissioned Lay Minister, Facilitators

How do we learn to make amends, and also invite greater accountability into the world around us? This year’s common read shines a 21st-century light on the wisdom of the 12th-century Jewish physician and scholar, Maimonides/Rambam. In this fall’s workshop, participants will explore what practices of “repentance and repair” looks like in interpersonal relationships. A further workshop will be offered in 2024 exploring repentance in communal spaces as well as in the larger community.


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