OU’s Rabbi Weil to Visit Potomac as Scholar-in-Residence This Shabbat

April 30, 2013

RABBI STEVEN WEIL TO SERVE AS SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE AT BETH SHOLOM CONGREGATION IN POTOMAC THIS SHABBAT, MAY 4

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OU Executive Vice President Rabbi Steven Weil will visit Beth Sholom Congregation in Potomac this Shabbat, May4 (Parshat Behar-Bechukotai) as Scholar-in-Residence for the synagogue’s Herbert Lieberman Memorial Shabbaton.

The OU member synagogue is located at 11825 Seven Locks Road.

Rabbi Weil will give the morning drasha, “Men Are From Mars; Women Are From Venus: The Jewish Version.” Following a kiddish luncheon, he will address “The Two Greatest Challenges Facing The Jewish People In The 21st Century.”

As the day moves on, Rabbi Weil will speak before Mincha on “The Event That Transformed The Destiny Of Humanity.”

“Rabbi Weil is one of the most important leaders of American Jewry today,” said Rabbi Joel Tessler, rabbi of Beth Sholom Congregation. “We hope to learn from his unique insights into today’s challenges and how the Torah offers us relevant answers.”

For further information, contact the synagogue at 301.279.7010 or www.bethsholom.org.

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