OU’s Rabbi Weil Speaks in Great Neck, January 27-28

January 17, 2012

RABBI STEVEN WEIL, OU EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, TO SERVE AS SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE AT GREAT NECK SYNAGOGUE, JANUARY 27-28

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Orthodox Union Executive Vice President Rabbi Steven Weil will serve as Scholar–in-Residence at Great Neck Synagogue, for Shabbat January 27-28, Parshat Bo. The OU member synagogue is located at 26 Old Mill Road.

Rabbi Weil will speak at the shul’s monthly Family Shabbat Dinner Series at “The Two Greatest Challenges Facing Orthodox Jewry in the 21st Century.” During Shabbat morning services, he will discuss, “Don’t Jew Me: The First Camp David Accords.” During seudah shlishit, held at the synagogue, Rabbi Weill will address “The Two Most Powerful Women in Jewish History.”

Noted Rabbi Dale Polakoff, senior rabbi of Great Neck Synagogue, “Rabbi Weil is a highlight of our monthly Family Shabbat Dinner and Guest Speakers Series, in its inaugural year, which brings significant Jewish communal leaders and thinkers to Great Neck Synagogue. Other speakers in this year’s series include Malcolm Hoenlein, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, Dr. Deborah Lipstadt, and Rabbi Joseph Telushkin.”

For further information, contact Great Neck Synagogue at (516) 487-6100.

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