OU COMMUNITY SERVICES PRESENTS RABBI ABRAHAM J. TWERSKI, M.D.TO ADDRESS “SECURING YOUR HOME IN AN INSECURE WORLD,”
IN CHERRY HILL, NOVEMBER 28
Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D. will give a special presentation, “Securing Your Home in an Insecure World” Sunday, November 28 at 7:30p.m. at Congregation Sons of Israel, located at 720 Cooper Landing Road in Cherry Hill. The free event is a program of the Orthodox Union Department of Community Services.
Through its “Safe Homes, Safe Shuls and Safe Schools” initiative, the OU Department of Community Services has an ongoing commitment to address timely and relevant issues impacting Jewish families.
Rabbi Twerski is a world-renowned psychiatrist, author and Rav, who is recognized as a leader in providing thoughtful Torah-based guidance to the global Jewish community. He has presented world-wide on a variety of Torah topics within the Jewish and general community. Dr. Twerski is founder and Medical Director Emeritus of Gateway Rehabilitation Center in Pennsylvania.
According to Rabbi Ephraim Epstein, rabbi of Congregation Sons of Israel, “Every generation faces its own unique challenges. In 5771 /2010, one of the primary challenges we are up against is building and fortifying strong Jewish homes that will not only weather the myriad of powerful external forces that exist, but thrive as well. The Torah provides a wealth of rich insights how to bolster one’s home with joy, love and harmony in good times and tougher times. Rabbi Twerski is uniquely qualified to address this timely matter and to provide vital wisdom and inspiration to properly arm Jewish families today. The Vaad Harabbonim of Cherry Hill and the Cherry Hill community is honored to work together with the OU and host Rabbi Twerski for this important event.”
Frank Buchweitz, Director of the OU Department of Community Services, declared, “There are so many challenges facing our families and our homes, whether they be external influences, time together, financial unrest within this economy, or the high cost of tuitions, that we must pull together and communicate important values that secure and fortify our Jewish homes and lifestyle.”
The event is produced in conjunction with the Vaad Ha’Rabanim of Greater Cherry Hill. It is co-sponsored by Congregation Sons of Israel, Chabad of Camden and Burlington Counties, Cherry Hill Community Kollel, Torah Links of Cherry Hills, The Politz Day School, Mesivta Beis Dovid, Congregation Keter Torah and Young Israel of Cherry Hill.
For more information, call 856-677-9700.