Scholar-in-Residence weekend with Rabbi Elliot Dorff Friday, March 24, Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26

6:00 pm Shabbat services, followed by dinner (RSVPs for dinner required: Preschool no charge; $12 children to 11 years old; $15 12 years old - adult. Contact Julie Glass at 215.887.1342 ext. 216 or click here.)

7:30 pm Open lecture with Rabbi Dorff: How Is Jewish Medical Ethics Different from Secular Medical Ethics? A Consideration of Differing Fundamental Assumptions and How They Affect Specific Issues

Babysitting during Rabbi Dorff's lecture by reservation only

Saturday, March 25:
9:15 am Joint Shabbat service at Beth Sholom
Rabbi Dorff's d'var Torah: Jewish Perspectives on Issues Surrounding the Start of Life

Lunch and Learn:
A Jewish Perspective on Issues at the End of Life

Babysitting from preschool to 6th grade will be available

Sunday, March 26:
 Brunch with Rabbi Dorff speaking on Genetics and Judaism, sponsored by the Men's Club. Free if you RSVP here.

Learn more about Rabbi Dorff here.
Rabbi Dorff's book, "Matters of Life and Death: A Jewish Approach to Modern Medical Ethics" is available in the Beth Sholom Gift Shop.