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Community Schedule

February 23 - March 1
Friday, February 23

7:00PM - Kabbalat Shabbat Service 
Platform: In-person and Zoom 
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Join us for Shabbat services led by Cantor Ben Harris. 
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Click here for this week's handout>>>
8:15PM - Final Friday Dinner
Platform: In-person
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Celebrate Shabbat with our community by staying for a catered dinner from Chipotle Mexican Grill after services. $20.00 per person.
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Saturday, February 24
9:00AM - Torah Study 
Platform: Zoom
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Join Rabbi Deni Marshall for a continuation of the weekly Torah study.  
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Sunday, February 25
9:00AM - Religious School 
Platform: In-person
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Grades PreK-7th and our teen madrichim (student aides).
Reminder: 8:15am Madrichim breakfast.
Contact Mary Frank for more information.  
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Monday, February 26
7:00PM - TOR Book Club
Platform: Zoom 
This months book selection is Three Floors Up by Eschkol Nevo.
Tuesday, February 27
6:00PM - JACS
Platform: Zoom 
JACS is based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous with a Jewish focus. 
Wednesday, February 28

10:00AM - Great Courses
Platform: Zoom
Continuing the historical setting for the Qur'an, Lecture 3, The Qur'an Becomes a Book, explains that Muhammad, like most of the people in 7th-century Mecca, was illiterate. What challenges of interpretation for modern scholars are presented by translation from oral tradition to written text, and again from that text into other languages? Was anything lost (or added) in translation between the death of Muhammad and the first canonized text of the Qur’an two hundred years later? 
In Lecture 4,  From Mecca to Medina: The Revelation Transforms, we learn how the Meccan verses are both radical and evangelical—an economic and cultural threat to Mecca, but also statements of a powerful ideology defining Allah as sole creator and ultimate judge. Later verses of Medina focus, as did Muhammad, on the development of an enduring and cohesive community of diverse peoples, eventually uniting much of the Arabian Peninsula. In these origins of the revelation is where the history of Islam is born.
Each lecture is 25-30 minutes and we will take time for discussion and comments among the group after each lecture
Questions about the lectures can be directed to Saul Rapkin .
Thursday, March 1
No Programming 
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