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Friday, June 2 – Rabbi Richard Address - Jewish Sacred Aging
Rabbi Richard F. Address, D.Min, is the Founder and Director of www.jewishsacredaging.com, a project that is responsible for creating awareness and resources for congregations on the implication of the emerging longevity revolution with growing emphasis on the aging of the baby boom generation. Ordained at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Rabbi Address served several congregations in California before joining the staff of the Union for Reform Judaism. Currently, Rabbi Address teaches classes in Jewish Family issues and Sacred Aging at the New York campus of HUC-JIR,
contributes articles for web sites on issues related to spirituality and aging, co-chairs the Committee on Spirituality and Diversity for C-TAC (Coalition to Transform Advanced Care), and hosts a weekly radio show in Philadelphia called “Boomer Generation Radio”. Rabbi Address has authored numerous articles, book chapters and books related to the issue of aging.
"President Truman, My Grandfather and a Bottle of Bourbon" is the unique story of how "Papa Frank", Frank's grandfather, helped President Truman realize the importance of recognizing Israel as a country in 1948. Frank has great stories to share about this intimate relationship and the influence his grandfather carried in Israel's early days. Come, listen,and enjoy some bourbon.
Sababa! Cool. Jewish. Music.
We are Sababa: three musicians from three different time zones, playing three different instruments and singing in intricate three-part harmony. We are three friends, grateful for the opportunity to make cool Jewish music for thousands of people in dozens of communities across the country. We are three composers and performers, humbled by the privilege of sharing amazing interactions with new friends and fans who have welcomed us into their synagogues, their schools, their homes, and their hearts. And we are three travelers sharing a musical journey, blessed by the personal connections we’ve made and the sacred moments we’ve shared that are powerful, moving, and deeply meaningful.