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Sunday, December 2 • 1:15pm - 2:25pm
More than Meets the Eye: The Structure & Meaning of Prayer Seen through the Friday Evening Liturgy

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The Siddur was carefully designed to encapsulate the most important Jewish ideas & ideals. Where did the concept of prayer and Siddur originate? Who wrote the Siddur and why? What did the rabbis want us to know about belief in God? As familiar as we are with individual prayers, it is good to look at their deep underpinnings.


Cherie Koller-Fox

Rabbi Cherie Koller-Fox is President of NewCAJE. She also is a chaplain in hospitals and nursing homes. Locally, she has served as the Rabbi of Congregation Eitz Chayim in Cambrige and Temple Emmanuel of Marlboro. Currently, she is the rabbi of the Chapel Havurah. With her husband, Everett Fox, she is writing a first readers edition of the Torah.

Sunday December 2, 2012 1:15pm - 2:25pm
CR 15

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