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Temple Har Zion Presents Three Unique Zoom Events July 26, July 29 and August 5

July 22nd, 2020 4:15 PM

By Community Editor

Sunday, July 26 at 10:30 am
A conversation with Unorthodox's Reb Yoselle, Eli Rosen
Join us for this unique event offering a behind-the-scenes look at the smash Netflix series, Unorthodox.Our guest is Eli Rosen, who played "Reb Yoselle" in the show, and also served as a special Yiddish and cultural consultant.

Wednesday, July 29 at 8:45 pm
Tisha b'Av – a Day of Commemoration for Tragedies in Jewish History
Neshama Carlebach, Jewish music superstar, will host a beautiful evening of song and stories. Carlebach will explore the themes of brokenness and rebirth.

Wednesday, August 5 at 2:00 pm
Tu b'Av 
 the Jewish Valentine's Day
Neshama Carlebach returns for Judaism's holiday celebration of love. Also featuring, Rabbi Yoel Glick, Rabbi Adir Glick, Rabbi Menachem Creditor and Neila Carlebach. Together, they will sing, lead meditation, and teach about the transformative power of love.

Visit www.harzion.org for ZOOM information.

Temple Har Zion is a Conservative historic synagogue in River Forest.  Since the 1920s, Temple Har Zion has been home to the Jewish communities in Chicago and the surrounding Western Suburbs.  Vibrant, dynamic, and inclusive, Temple Har Zion shares Jewish values, friendship, and life events, through worship, learning, and celebration.  Temple Har Zion is located at 1040 N. Harlem Avenue, River Forest, IL 60305.  To learn more, call (708) 366-9000 or visit harzion.org.

This is a SPONSORED Blog Post. If your organization has an event for which you would like to purchase a sponsored Community Announcement, contact Marc Stopeck, marc@oakpark.com.  

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