OU COMMUNITY SERVICES BRINGS RABBI DOVID GOLDWASSER TO HIGHLAND PARK AS SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE, JANUARY 13-14
Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser, renowned speaker and best-selling author, will visit Highland Park’s Congregation Ahavas Achim as Shabbat Scholar-in-Residence for January 13-14, Parshat Vayechi. The OU member synagogue is located at 216 South First Avenue. The weekend is open to the entire Jewish community.
The Scholar-in-Residence Program is a program of the Orthodox Union Department of Community Services | Jewish Community Programs.
On Friday night, Rabbi Goldwasser will address, “Contemporary Challenges Facing the Jewish Family” at 8:00 p.m. following the meal. Shabbat morning, he will give the morning drasha at 10:30 a.m. in the Main Shul, focusing on “Chinuch Habanim: How to Raise Teens.” Rabbi Goldwasser will also speak at 5 p.m. during seudat shlishit in the synagogue on “Kibud Av V’Em in the Real World.”
Rabbi Goldwasser is Rav of Brooklyn’s Khal Bnei Yitzchok. As a veteran and expert in education, Rabbi Goldwasser is consulted regularly. His keen insight, as well as his caring and concern, have enabled him to offer guidance and support to countless individuals, couples, and families who have sought his counsel. Additionally, Rabbi Goldwasser is a full time member of the faculty at the Lander College for Women of Touro College, and is a daily radio commentator on JM in the AM, and the Nachum Segal Show. He is a syndicated columnist whose weekly article appears in The Jewish Press, and is a featured columnist of the Hamodia.
For further information, contact the synagogue at (732) 247-0532.
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