- DECEMBER 13 MOTAS MEETING: The Armenian Genocide: Prelude to The Holocaust
- MRJ SEMINAR: THE ELECTION: A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE — DEC 21
- support the siSTERHOOD GIFT Shop for chanukah
- CHRISTMAKKAH MOTAS EVENT: Friday December 25
- 2021 MOTAS SHABBAT SERVICE: FRIDAY JANUARY 22
- IN CLOSING
At our October meeting program, Dr. Hal Bass will present a review of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-23 and Hitler’s comment on the eve of World War II, “Who speaks today of the extermination of the Armenians?” Hal will also take note of the recent Armenian-Azeri war over Nagorno-Karabakh, in which Israeli-made drones sold to its ally Azerbaijan played a major role in Armenia’s defeat. Our meeting begins at 9am via the Zoom instructions below and those interested in attending the meeting program can join on the same Zoom call at 9:45am (promptly).
Join Zoom Meeting:
Contact Howard Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org for URL
Meeting ID: xxx xxxx xxxx
Dial by your location if connecting via cell phone:
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose and Los Angeles)
You are invited to join the Men of Reform Judaism on December 21, 2020 at 5pm Pacific for a very unique and insightful examination of the election results: “The Election: A Jewish Perspective“. Our speaker will be Rabbi David Saperstein, and he will be talking about the effects of our relationship with Israel, and our relationship with other denominations.
For 40 years, Rabbi Saperstein directed the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, representing the Reform Jewish Movement, the largest segment of American Jewry, to the U.S. Congress and Administration and currently serves as its Director Emeritus. Designated by Newsweek Magazine as the most influential rabbi in America and by the Washington Post as the “quintessential religious lobbyist on Capitol Hill,” for over two years (2015-2017), Rabbi Saperstein served as the U.S. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, carrying out his responsibilities as the country’s chief diplomat on religious freedom issues. Also, an attorney, he taught seminars on Church–State law and on Jewish Law for 35 years at Georgetown University Law Center. In 2019-2020, Rabbi Saperstein served as the President of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, the international arm of the Reform Jewish Movement.
The meeting will be held over Zoom, and you MUST register in advance. To register, visit https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Yoj4_U5oRta8glIPeVjkPQ .
Get your Hanukkah necessities at our TAS Sisterhood Judaica Shop. The TAS Sisterhood Judaica Shop is open for private appointments, Monday through Friday during business hours. Masks are required and temperature will be taken by office staff. Proceeds benefit the many programs that Sisterhood provides TAS and the national Women of Reform Judaism. To arrange your private appointment, please contact Laraine Miller at 818-631-8199 or email@example.com. Your patronage is appreciated.
Our MoTAS Christmas Night tradition has been to meet for Chinese after going to a movie. Well, neither of those are going to happen this year. However, we can still get together for something different via Zoom. Shabbat services for that Friday will be held at 5pm. For those that are interested, we can Zoom a special movie at 7:30 and discuss it or just pass stories after the movie. If you are interested, please email Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org and Larry at email@example.com. Let us know if you would like to view a comedy, action, or drama, or recommend a specific movie for that night (as long as it exists in the Pfefer archives).
Our annual MoTAS Shabbat service will be held on January 22. More details will follow in future MoTAS Weeklies. Who will be our 2021 Man of the Year?!. (Return to Top)
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