Join us for a Shabbat with Rabbi Cary Friedman
Rabbinic candidate & Scholar in Residence for the Rimon Center
Friday, June 15th, 6:30 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat followed by a Shabbat meal
Rabbi Friedman will be talking about
"A Rabbi's journey to Quantico: bringing spirituality to the FBI"
$15 a person, children 13 and under free
Maximum per family $54.00
Shabbat morning, June 16th 9:15 am
Shabbat services followed by Kiddush -
'meet and greet 'Rabbi Friedman and his lovely family
7:30 pm Mincha, Shalosh seudot, (a light meal ) followed by havdallah
Join us for 'Sup and learn ' with our candidate.
"Reaching out to G-d from the Narrow Places:
The Challenge of Tisha B'Av"
RSVP to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabbi Cary A. Friedman is Associate Editor of the OU Press, and a consultant to the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit and the law enforcement community in general. He earned a Masters degree from Columbia University and semicha from Yeshiva University. Rabbi Friedman was Executive Director of the Jewish Learning Experience of Duke University in Durham, NC, a Chaplain at the Duke University Medical Center, and a Chaplain at the Federal prison in Butner, NC [where he studied Torah with Jonathan Pollard weekly for 4 years]. A former congregational Rabbi and instructor of Tanach at the Yeshiva University High School for Boys, Rabbi Friedman is the author of five books [Table for Two, Marital Intimacy, Chanukas HaTorah, Spiritual Survival for Law Enforcement, and Wisdom from the Batcave] and numerous articles [published in Jewish Action, Jewish Observer, the Gazette of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and other journals].