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Class in response to tragedy in Pittsburgh

  • Special Class - Finding comfort: Seeing G-d Through the Blinding Pain

    When tragedy strikes, where is G-d? Our suffering feels like abandonment. We seek relief and assurance of His presence, and instead, we find loneliness and silence. What does Judaism offer as a response to and relief from life's difficulties? How do we relate to a G-d Who appears to be uncaring and feels distant?

    In response to the tragedy in Pittsburgh, we're opening the next lesson of our current JLI series to the public. The class, "Finding Comfort: Seeing G-d through the blinding pain" is more relevant today than ever.

    Tuesday, Oct 30, 7:30pm. There is no cost to attend. Please RSVP below.

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