OU’s Rabbi Weil to Speak at Rutgers, 4/26 on ‘Two Greatest Challenges of Orthodox Jewry’

April 16, 2012

OU’S RABBI WEIL TO ADDRESS “THE TWO GREATEST CHALLENGES FACING ORTHODOX JEWRY IN THE 21ST CENTURY;” APRIL 26 AT RUTGERS

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Rabbi Steven Weil, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union, will visit the Rutgers University Jewish community on Thursday, April 26 as part of the OU’s Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) program. Beginning at 8:00 p.m., Rabbi Weil will discuss “The Two Greatest Challenges Facing Orthodox Jewry in the 21st Century.”

The program will be held at the Rutgers Hillel, 93 College Avenue in New Brunswick.

Rabbi Akiva and Nataly Weiss, the JLIC Torah Educators at Rutgers, will be the program’s hosts.

They emphasized, “The OU-JLIC program is one of the foremost resources and components for Orthodox students on secular college campuses across the country to help them maintain and lead a meaningful religiously observant lifestyle on campus. Having Rabbi Weil come to our campus and speak to our students not only reinforces the indelible connection the OU plays in college students’ lives throughout the country (and particularly here at Rutgers) but also gives our students the opportunity to hear from one of the leaders of the organization which is one of the foremost voices and advocates of Orthodoxy today.”

For further information, contact Nataly Weis at {encode=”mailto:nataly@rutgershillel.org” title=”nataly@rutgershillel.org”}.

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