Noam Zion has been a senior research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute since 1978. He studied philosophy and holds degrees from Columbia University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He studied Bible and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the Hartman Beit Midrash.
Friday, March 17
9:30 am Noam Zion will lead an interactive session with parents and grandparents of young children called "Beginning New Passover Traditions in your Family that Grow with Time." Participants will learn how to involve the whole family in an interactive, custom-made seder.
6:30 pm Shabbat dinner with our Scholar-in-Residence. Dinner reservations ($20 per adult/$10 per child with a maximum per family of $50) may be made payable to Community Synagogue of Rye or online here.
7:45 pm Noam Zion will speak at Shabbat services on "Dispelling Misconceptions of the Passover seder" followed by delicious desserts at the Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday, March 18
8:45 am A discussion for parents and grandparents of CJL students on the topic, "Beginning New Passover Traditions in your Family that Grow with Time."
10:30 am At Brunch and Learn, Noam Zion will speak about a "Guide to the Perplexed Seder Leader." All are welcome!
3:00 pm (at a private home in Rye)
Motzei Shabbat teaching on "Art, Politics and Psychology of the 4 Daughters and 4 Sons". Please RSVP for this event and you will be notified of the location.
This program is made possible through the Wolder Fund and other generous donors.