20 2016

Rabbi David Radinsky: Insights into Hannah the Prophetess

5:00PM - 6:30PM  

Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program 96 Wentworth St.

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On the first day of Rosh Hashonah we read the Haftarah from the Book of Samuel about
Hannah, the mother of Samuel the Prophet. When Hannah was childless, she would go to Shiloh
to the Portable Temple to beseech God for a child. Rabbi Radinsky will discuss the lessons we
learn from Hannah who is a model of prayer even in our modern world.

Rabbi David J. Radinsky is a graduate of Yeshiva University and is Rabbi Emeritus of Brith Sholom Beth Israel Congregation (BSBI) in Charleston, having served as its senior rabbi for 34 years. Barbara Cooper Radinsky was born and raised in Brookline, Massachusetts, is a graduate of Stern College for Women and The Citadel, and is Rebbitzin Emerita of BSBI. The Radinskys have retired to Memphis to be close to family, and return to Charleston each spring to present to their many long-time friends and to many other new ones.

Welcome Back Reception: Sunday, March 20th at 6:15pm