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Congregation L'Dor V'Dor
11 Temple Lane
Oyster Bay, NY 11771
Phone: (516) 470-1700
info@ldorvdor.org

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A three part series based on Jerusalem's Shalom Hartman Institute curriculum exploring questions of faith.  What are Jewish pathways to belief?  What is the relationship between belief in God and trust?

In addition to serving as our congregation’s spiritual leader Rabbi Moskowitz is a senior rabbinic fellow of the Shalom Hartman Institute.  Prior to coming to the synagogue 22 years ago, he helped lead the 92nd Street Y’s Bronfman Center for Jewish Life.  His writing can be found on his blog: www.rabbimoskowitz.com.

Elizabeth Bernich will speak about the expectations of today's youth for their employers, and what they look to from their employer, i.e. unlimited vacation, working from home, twelve weeks of paternity leave, meals served in office, gym memberships, game rooms at work, dress and attire, and how these expectations have impacted the workplace, and the hiring practices of large corporate america today, and yesterday. Further what impact has the pandemic had to make this all even more complicated.
Elizabeth “Liz” Bernich is a partner in Caldwell’s Financial Services and Private Equity and Venture Capital practices. With over 15 years of search experience, she has led senior level searches for private equity, venture capital, alternative and traditional investment management, insurance, technology and real estate. Liz is passionate about mission-driven companies is a prominent champion of diversity.

Join us for the second of our Current Events series at Congregation L'Dor V'Dor on Zoom.
Please contact the office for the Zoom link.

Has antisemitism changed in the 21st century? Should our response be different than it has been for generations? How does the Jewish community’s defense organizations need to adjust their responses?

You are also welcome to watch this program on our congregation's Facebook Page and YouTube Channel

Once named by The Forward as one of America’s top 50 Jewish leaders, Charles Jacobs is a journalist and long-time social activist who over two decades has founded and co-founded human rights and pro-Israel organizations such as the Boston branch of CAMERA, the American Anti-Slavery Group, The David Project, and Americans for Peace and Tolerance. Charles has a doctoral degree in social policy from Harvard and lives in Boston.

We want to thank Congregation L'Dor V'Dor's  Enrichment Committee for sponsoring this program.
In addition we would like to thank these congregations for their support:
Temple Beth Torah of Melville
Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation

Please save the Date for the next in our speaker series: After AfghanistanFarid Ferdows in Conversation with Representative Steve Israel, Wednesday, November 17 at 7 pm