Your guide on this journey:
Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie
A brief bio of Rabbi Yoffie. He’s an expert on Israel and a pioneer in interfaith relations. The President Emeritus of the Union for Reform Judaism, Rabbi Yoffie is an engaging and articulate advocate for a modern and thoughtful approach to American Jewish life.
Learn more about Rabbi Eric Yoffie
Tidewater Together is inclusive of all Jews and those who want to learn more: affiliated, unaffiliated, religious, secular, traditional, contemporary…
Attend 1, or all 6, of these community conversations:
Thursday, February 4 • 6:30 pm • Discussion and Cocktail Reception
Hosted by the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater: 5000 Corporate Woods Drive, VA Beach
The American Synagogue: An unconventional look at the surprising history of the ever-changing American synagogue
Friday, February 5 • 12:00 pm • Lunch and Learn (lunch included)
Hosted by Beth Chaverim: 3820 Stoneshore Road, VA Beach
Sages and school teachers: What a Talmudic text has to say about leading and following
Friday, February 5 • 6:30 pm Dinner* • 7:30 pm Service and Oneg Shabbat
Hosted by Ohef Sholom Temple: 530 Raleigh Ave, Norfolk
Reform Judaism and religious faith: What a Reform Jew believes
*Prices for dinner: Adults $10 or $14 (kosher). Children 13 & under free.
Saturday, February 6 • 9:30 am • Service and Kiddush Lunch
Hosted by Congregation Beth El: 422 Shirley Ave, Norfolk
Defining your enemy: Reflections on Parashat Mishpatim
Saturday, February 6 • 7:30 pm • Havdalah and Dessert Reception
Hosted By Temple Emanuel: 424 25th Street, VA Beach
Political stories, political lessons: Jews and the American experience
Sunday, February 7 • 10:00 am • Brunch & Lunch
Hosted by Temple Israel & Kehillat Bet Hamidrash : 7255 Granby Street, Norfolk
The campus dilemma: What we need to say to Jewish college students
Admission, with the exception of Shabbat dinner, is free and open to the community.
All are welcome!
Call 757-965-6136, or email email@example.com for even more information.
Tidewater Together is presented by
The Milton "Mickey" Kramer Scholar-in-Residence Fund,
The United Jewish Federation of Tidewater, and The Tidewater Synagogue Leadership Council