OU’s Rabbi Weil Speaks at Young Israel of Scarsdale, 3/23-24
Orthodox Union Executive Vice President Rabbi Steven Weil will serve as Scholar–in-Residence at the Young Israel of Scarsdale for Friday, March 23-Saturday, March 24, Shabbat Parshat Vayikra (Parshat HaChodesh). The OU member synagogue is located at 1313 Weaver Street.
During a Friday night reception at the synagogue, Rabbi Weil will give his popular presentation, “Men Are From Mars, Women From Venus: The Orthodox Version.” Shabbat morning, he will discuss “Don’t Jew Me: The First Camp David Accord.” After services, Rabbi Weil will give a class discussing “A Strange Choice.” He will speak during seudat shlishit on “The World’s Most Complicated Leader.”
Rabbi Jonathan Morgenstern, Rabbi of the synagogue, stated, “This Shabbat is a commemoration of the fourth yahrzeit of Rabbi and Jacob and Deborah Rubenstein z"l, who were tragically killed in a house fire on Shabbat HaGadol in 2008. They were leaders of the Young Israel of Scarsdale and of the greater Orthodox community for a quarter century. What greater honor could we give to their memory than to have Rabbi Steven Weil, who is the world-wide representative of the Orthodox world in his role at the Orthodox Union, lead a Shabbat of Torah learning and inspiration in their merit. Rabbi Weil was also a personal acquaintance of Rabbi Rubenstein z"l and they shared very similar outlooks on life. I am looking forward to hearing his messages about Jewish leadership, Family, Zionism, and Ahavat Yisrael (love of the Jewish people) over the course of the Rubenstein Yahrzeit Shabbat.”
For further information, contact the synagogue at 914.636.8686.
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