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A Psalm a Day
A conversation with Dr. Harry Rauch
Passover Workshop: “Jewish Irony: Passover Cancelled Because of Plague”
Psalms are Biblical poems to God. Jews traditionally read psalms during times of trouble. We are in such a moment. Jews also chant psalms as an essential part of our daily prayers. Please join me for a half hour study of a Psalm. Last week, we looked closely at Psalms 1-3, which are posted here.
To watch and listen go to Zoom:
All sessions with conclude with recitation of Mourners Kaddish
Zoom March 31-April 2: https://zoom.us/j/662349720
Phone number: 669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 662-349-720
“Rabbi Spitz’s endlessly insightful commentaries, which unfold alongside his word-by-word translation of each psalm from Hebrew into English, beautifully connect these ancient poems to our current yearning for comfort and healing in community.” – Julia Lupton
“My go to in times of need has always been Tehillim (psalms), and Rabbi Spitz’s Psalm study class is an ideal way to explore further, one psalm at a time.” – Dalia Taft
Leading Amidst Adversity
Jacob Green is a nationally recognized leadership and change management expert. As the #2 executive in a large city overseeing 1200 employees and a $500 million budget, Jacob was responsible for marketing, media relations, communications, human resources, risk management, and a variety of public safety functions. Jacob provides leadership development, training, and coaching services through his roles as CEO of JacobGreen.com and Managing Director of Interwest Consulting Group.
Clients such as FedEx, Mattel, Hyundai Capital, Scripps, Navy Federal, and many other private and public organizations have brought Jacob in to help their teams navigate change, leverage adversity and build organizational resilience. He has received numerous awards for his work, including being a recipient of the National Caring Award in Washington, DC alongside Dr. Jane Goodall, recipient of the Orange County Human Relations Award, he is the youngest recipient of the Gene Lentzner Humanitarian Award, and recently received an honorary doctorate from Western University Medical School.
His new book “See Change Clearly” is an Amazon New Release Best Seller and hit #1 in five new release business categories.
Join Rabbi Spitz for a virtual conversation with Jacob Green on Thursday, April 2 at 8:15pm.
Phone number: 747-566-870
Meeting ID: 175-972-626